Open House

Open house

 Friday, September 29, 2017
9:30 am to 3:30 pm
U of S campus

Open House is your chance to experience life as a University of Saskatchewan student! Prospective students, counsellors and parents are invited to attend.

  • Explore our campus and facilities
  • Take part in hands-on activities
  • Meet university staff and faculty
  • Speak with current students about the uSask experience

Orientation

Orientation

September 5, 2017
8 am to 3 pm
U of S campus

Orientation is an event for new students in the Colleges of Agriculture and Bioresources, Arts and Science, Education, Engineering, Kinesiology, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, Edwards School of Business and St. Thomas More.

Make friends, get familiar with campus, find your classrooms, learn about your college and have a chance to win great prizes.

U-Start

TBD (May, 2018)
TBD
U of S campus 

U-Start on our main campus in Saskatoon includes:

  • a cross-campus introduction to student services that can help you prepare for university and have the best possible start to your uSask experience,
  • lunch-and-learn residence and parent information sessions, and
  • an in-depth workshop/presentation with your college to learn what to plan for (and what to look forward to!) when you begin your studies here.

Unable to come to campus? Join a live chat session to have your questions answered by the experts. Live chats are "come-and-go," allowing you to join when it works for you and to stay as long as you want to learn what other new students are asking.

Graduation Powwow

May, 2018
9:30 am to 4 pm
U of S campus

The U of S, situated on Treaty 6 territory and the homeland of the Métis, has hosted a powwow on its Saskatoon campus for almost 30 years. Since 2009, the Powwow has been held in the spring to celebrate the academic achievements of graduating First Nations, Métis and Inuit students from the U of S and Saskatchewan high schools.

Everyone is welcome!

Thousands of children from kindergarten to Grade 12 attend our annual Graduation Powwow. Attendees have the opportunity to:

  • celebrate and honour Aboriginal graduates from Saskatchewan,
  • listen to traditional First Nations drumming and singing,
  • watch a variety of traditional First Nations dance styles and dress, and
  • participate in educational children's workshops held in tipis and a Métis Red River cart

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