Pre-registration has closed, but you can still join us! Walk-up registration takes place starting at 9 am at the Physical Activity Complex. While session availability may be limited, everyone is welcome to join us for the Info Fair at the PAC from 9 am-12 pm (noon) where you can meet staff, faculty and students from dozens of colleges, programs, student services and campus clubs across the university.

Agriculture and Bioresources

Horticulture Science

College of Agriculture and Bioresources

Time Location
10:30-11:20 am
(Session 1)
Agriculture Building, Room 1E80

Horticulture contributes to our quality of life through the food we eat and the environment we live in. It includes the sustainable production, improvement and use of fruit, vegetable, greenhouse, and ornamental crops and includes broad areas of urban agriculture, urban greening and more. Information on what is horticulture science, why students have chosen this major, what students will learn, careers and job opportunities will be discussed.


Opportunities in Animal Science & Animal Bioscience

College of Agriculture and Bioresources

Time Location
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Agriculture Building, Room 1E80

Are you interested in learning about domestic animal production or studying and understanding a diversity of animal biological systems? Are you looking for a suitable program that provides the necessary courses and hands on experience toward applying for veterinary medicine or medicine? This session will explore the similarities and differences between the B.Sc. in Animal Bioscience and the BSA Animal Science programs. Find out which of these programs is the best fit for you if you are interested in working with animals. 


Food & Nutrition and Food Industry Management

Department of Food and Bioproduct Sciences

Time Location
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Agriculture Building, Room 3E75

Be part of the largest and most important industries in the world. Food science is a multi-disciplinary field involving chemistry, biochemistry, nutrition, microbiology, nutrigenomics and engineering that gives one the scientific knowledge to solve real world problems associated with the many facets of the food system. In this online session, we will talk about different disciplines that make up the pillars of food science, the course curriculum, explore the vast career opportunities available after graduation, and also hear from the current students about their experiences in food science.

Consider a career in food and bioproduct sciences if you want to create novel, exciting and nutritional products using unconventional ingredients like lentil flour, haskaps and limited preservatives, develop functional foods that promote health benefits beyond basic nutrition, study the nature and make up of foods and what causes their deterioration, work as a food inspector doing quality assurance and quality control, or be part of the advances that ensure that our food supply is secure and safe for future generations. 


Business, Economics, Resources and Entrepreneurship in the Bio Economy

Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics

Time Location
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Agriculture Building, Room 1E80

As the global population explodes and oil reserves shrink, the world will heavily depend upon agricultural enterprises to supply the fibre, fuel and food the human population requires. Within this bioeconomy, there is a high demand for students with skills in sales, marketing, finance, business, renewable and non-renewable resource, trade and entrepreneurship. Career paths include agricultural sales, marketing locally and internationally, positions in agricultural financial institutions, trading, financing, business management, renewable resource management, policy development and analysis and more.


The College of Agriculture and Bioresources is also hosting two afternoon webinars the day before Open House on Thursday, Sept. 22.


Arts and Science

First-Year Arts and Science Student Discussion

College of Arts and Science

Time Location
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Arts Building, Room 211
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Edwards School of Business, Room 103
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Edwards School of Business, Room 103
2:30-3:20 pm (Session 5) Arts Building, Room 211

In this session, prospective students will be able to connect with some first-year university students who are just starting their first university classes and getting to know the College of Arts and Science. This is your chance to learn about the challenges of starting university, how being an undergraduate student is different from being a high school student, the benefits of being a part of the largest college on campus, and what it’s actually like to be in university-level classes.


Arts and Science Student Leaders Discussion

College of Arts and Science

Time Location
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Geology Building, Room 255
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Geology Building, Room 255
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Geology Building, Room 255
2:30-3:20 pm
(Session 5)
Geology Building, Room 255

In this session, prospective students will be able to connect with some student leaders in the College of Arts and Science who can share great information about university life, the benefits of being a part of the largest college at USask, the programs and classes they've most enjoyed, getting involved and being a part of the campus community, as well as how they feel university is preparing them for the future.


Biomedical Sciences: A Gateway to Health and Related Professions

College of Arts and Science

Time Location
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Health Sciences Building D-Wing, Atrium

Are you interested in knowing more about viruses, bacteria, human physiology, pharmacology or how cells work? Bachelor of Science degrees in the biomedical sciences (B.Sc. (BMSC)) also provide the strongest foundation for further training in health care-related professional programs and graduate studies. In this interactive session you'll experience scientific demonstrations led by BMSC students. Our five B.Sc. (BMSC) majors serve as an excellent entry point for your admission application into professional colleges such as medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, optometry, veterinary medicine and graduate studies and research.


Education

The World Needs Educators

Time Location
10:30-11:20 am
(Session 1)
Education Building, Room 1037
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Education Building, Room 1037
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Education Building, Room 2014
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Education Building, Room 2014

Interested in becoming a teacher? Join us for an information session for prospective Education students. Come and see what the College of Education has to offer! College representatives will share a brief presentation about the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree program, admission requirements, and the various program route options offered at the University of Saskatchewan. A question and answer period will follow the presentation. Swag and prizes will also be available!


Indian Teacher Education Program

Time Location
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Education Building, Room 1251

Learn about First Nation control of First Nations Education and how to become a teacher in a Indigenous-led program. The Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP) is a four-year education program designed for First Nations students interested in obtaining a Bachelor of Education degree. The main purpose and goal of ITEP is to prepare First Nations teachers who will be able to respond to the challenges associated with the ever-changing educational needs and objectives of students in our school systems.

Edwards School of Business

Edwards School of Business: Developing Business Professionals to Build Nations

Time Location
12:30 pm-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Edwards School of Business, Room 44
1:30 pm-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Edwards School of Business, Room 44
2:30 pm-3:20 pm
(Session 5)
Edwards School of Business, Room 44

At the Edwards School of Business, we pride ourselves on being just the right size. We offer Saskatchewan’s best business students an AACSB-accredited education in a welcoming environment. Our classes help you learn and interact with faculty and other students.


A World of Business & International Trade - Skilling for Tomorrow

Time Location
10:30-11:20 am
(Session 1)
Edwards School of Business, Room 44

This session can help you learn why there is a need to understand and be skilled at international business and trade from the perspective of Saskatchewan and Canada. We will discuss trade agreements and international organizations to how Saskatchewan and Canada business operate in a global world.


How to Make a Good Impression - Networking 101

Time Location
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Edwards School of Business, Room 244

Kim Stranden knows what employers want. As the Coop Coordinator for the past decade in Edwards School of Business, she has helped thousands of students find employment and watched them thrive. This hands-on session will walk you through networking basics and teach you some valuable skills you need to succeed in the working world.


Engineering

No Finals, Chances to Try Again, Hands-on Learning: This is Engineering

Time Location
10:30-11:20 am
(Session 1)
Engineering Building, Room 1B79
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Engineering Building, Room 1B79
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Thorvaldson Building, Room 159
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Engineering Building, Room 1B79

Learn about our RE-ENGINEERED first-year, a program designed for your success! Your first-year is designed to help you thrive with even more student supports like study squads and chances to re-do tests. Get more hands-on learning with our discipline experience course and our virtual reality lab. Learn about our co-op internship program and the different majors you can take at USask Engineering!


Engineering is Everywhere: Chemical Engineering Lab

Time Location
10:30-11:20 am
(Session 1)
Engineering Building, Room 1C60
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Engineering Building, Room 1C60
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Engineering Building, Room 1C60

Get experience in our Chemical Engineering lab and learn about how engineers are involved in helping our everyday life! From food and medicine, to oil and plastic, to cosmetics and clothing, an engineer probably helped create the products you love.


Engineering our World: Civil, Geological and Environmental Engineering Lab

Time Location
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Engineering Building, Room 1D25

Get hands-on experience in our labs! Learn about dams, weirs, water movement and how engineers make our world a safer place.


Health Sciences

Saskatchewan’s Medical School

Time Location
10:30-11:20 am
(Session 1)
Health Sciences Building, E-Wing, Room 1130
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Health Sciences Building, B-Wing, Room GB10

As Saskatchewan's Medical School, the College of Medicine exists primarily to serve the residents of the province. We are leaders in improving the health and well-being of the people of Saskatchewan and the world. Our school values diversity and we strive to have an incoming MD class that reflects the diversity of our province. The undergraduate medical education program is a fully accredited four-year program leading to the Medical Doctor (MD) degree. After earning the MD degree, students apply for postgraduate training in the specialty of their choice. All four years of the MD Program will be offered at both the Saskatoon and Regina Campuses.


Nursing: Interactive Skills

Time Location
11:30am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Health Sciences Building, D-Wing, Atrium
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Health Sciences Building, D-Wing, Atrium
2:30-3:20 pm
(Session 5)
Health Sciences Building, D-Wing, Atrium

Learn about the exciting profession of registered nursing! Join this session to observe nurses and nursing students practice skills and then try them out yourself!


Become a Nurse

Time Location
11:30am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Health Sciences Building, E-Wing, Room 1130
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Health Sciences Building, B-Wing, Room GB10
2:30-3:20 pm
(Session 5)
Health Sciences Building, B-Wing, Room GB10

This session we will offer you an overview of the Admissions process and an outline of programs offered in the College of Nursing, which is a non-direct entry college. We will review the pre-professional courses needed for entry to the BSN program as well as requirements for the Post Degree BSN program. Check more information at https://nursing.usask.ca/.


Pharmacy

Time Location
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Health Sciences Building, B-Wing, Room 2B57

Come and see how pharmacy is changing. Pharmacists are taking on expanded roles as medication management experts to prevent negative drug events and provide optimal drug therapy outcomes for their patients. Pharmacy practice includes a patient-centered care approach allowing pharmacists to deliver expanded services such as patient education, prescribing and adapting medications, and administration of injections.


Nutrition and Dietetics

Time Location
10:30 am-11:20 am
(Session 1)
Health Sciences Building, B-Wing, Room 2B64
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Health Sciences Building, B-Wing, Room 2B64

Dietetics is the profession that turns the science of nutrition into practice to promote health. Find out how you can become a registered dietitian and learn about excellent career opportunities in clinical dietetics, food service administration and public health nutrition, among others. Taste some culturally diverse foods, learn about nutrition assessment tools, hear about the unique practicum program and try your hand at a myth-busting Q&A session.


Kinesiology

Learn about Kinesiology

Time Location
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
College of Kinesiology Physical Activity Complex (PAC), Room 232
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
College of Kinesiology Physical Activity Complex (PAC), Room 232
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
College of Kinesiology Physical Activity Complex (PAC), Room 232

Find out what kinesiology is all about! What do you need to know coming to university from high school? What can you expect once you are in the College of Kinesiology? What career opportunities can you  access with a kinesiology degree? Attend this session to find out all you need to know.


St. Thomas More College

Meet the STM Communi-Tea

Time Location
2:30-3:20 pm
(Session 5)
St. Thomas More College,
Student Lounge

You're invited to an afternoon tea party at St. Thomas More College! Mingle with professors, staff, and current students. Enjoy this informal opportunity to learn about additional benefits available to USask students through the College while experiencing our famous hospitality.


Veterinary Medicine

Learn about Veterinary Medicine

Time Location
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Room 2302
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Room 2302

The Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) offers a four-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree. Attend this session to learn more about the admission requirements, the DVM program, career opportunities and why you should choose the WCVM.


Admissions, Scholarships and Research Opportunities

Apply on the Spot Admissions Workshop

Student Recruitment and Admissions

Time Location
10:30-11:20 am
(Session 1)
Arts Building, Room 41
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Arts Building, Room 41
12:30-1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Arts Building, Room 41
1:30-2:20 pm 
(Session 4)
Arts Building, Room 140

Already know that you want to be a USask student next year? Want help with submitting your application? Sign up for this session to apply on the spot! We will have USask admissions staff help you with the application and answer any questions you may have. Come prepared with your academic transcript and credit card for your $90 application fee. We will process your application and let you know our decision by Thursday, September 29. You could be the first of your friends to get into university!


Scholarships and Bursaries

Student Finance and Awards

Time Location
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Thorvaldson Building, Room 110

Want help paying for your education? Looking for a reward for all your hard work so far? This session will given an overview of awards available to incoming students at the University of Saskatchewan.


Undergraduate Research Initiative

Undergraduate Research Initiative

Time Location
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Thorvaldson Building, Room 205A
2:30-3:20 pm
(Session 5)
Thorvaldson Building, Room 205A

Did you know that universities lead research? This session will give you an overview of how research works at a university campus, and how you can get involved at USask -- right from your first year! Join the Undergraduate Research Initiative to find our more about campus programs such as SURE: Student Undergraduate Research Experience and FYRE: First Year Research Experience, and start to plan for a research experience while at university.


Campus and Residence Tours

Campus Tours

Student Recruitment

Time Location
10:30 am-11:20 am
(Session 1)
Peter MacKinnon Building, Room 120
11:30 am - 12:20 pm
(Session 2)
Peter MacKinnon Building, Room 120
12:30 pm - 1:20 pm
(Session 3)
Peter MacKinnon Building, Room 120
1:30 pm - 2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Peter MacKinnon Building, Room 120

Join us for a campus tour and learn the locations of important student services on campus. Lasting approximately 45 minutes, tours are led by current students who can introduce you to what life as a USask student is like. You will tour several key buildings such as Place Riel, Marquis Hall, and Murray Library. Bring your curiosity and your questions. We look forward to introducing you to our inspired community!


Residence Tours - Voyageur Place and College Quarter

Residence Services

Time Location
11:30 am-12:20 pm (Session 2) Voyageur Place, Sask Hall Room 206
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
Voyageur Place, Sask Hall Room 206
11:30 am-12:20 pm
(Session 2)
College Quarter - Pine Hall
(down Cumberland Avenue)
1:30-2:20 pm
(Session 4)
College Quarter - Pine Hall
(down Cumberland Avenue)

We're offering tours of some of our residence buildings! Our USask Residence is not just a place to live. It's a community, where students develop life-long relationships and enjoy the academic and peer support only offered through the Residence experience.