Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Anthropology and the Study of Cultural Diversity

Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, College of Arts and Science

What is ‘culture’? How does cultural diversity shape who we are and how we interact with the people around us? How can understanding culture help and influence ‘real world’ applications like health care and resource management? These are some of the questions that anthropologists explore every day! This session will demonstrate how anthropologists address these questions and how anthropologists are working in a variety of communities and settings. Come and learn more!


Archaeology: Reconstructing the Past Through Bones, Stones, and Material Culture

Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, College of Arts and Science

Have you wondered what life was like 8000 years ago, how an old stone tool was used, how disease leaves marks on the human skeleton or what the environment was like in the past and how it affected the people who lived there? These are some of the questions archaeologists explore. Whether it is a human burial, a bison jump, an ancient village or a single artifact, archaeology looks at them all. This session will introduce students to archaeology at USask and future careers.


Art and Art History

Department of Art and Art History, College of Arts and Science

Director of University Art Galleries and Collections, jake moore, will discuss the programs available in art and art history and give an introduction to USask's exhibition spaces and the 6000+ pieces in the university's collections. We will share a video on how to access the galleries and collections online, and have a live chat on why art matters so much.


Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies

Department of Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, College of Arts and Science

Want to explore the historical, social, and cultural roots of Western civilisation in an engaging and interdisciplinary way? Check out this sample of CMRS ideas and opportunities.


Discover Psychology

College of Arts and Science

Come to a fun and interactive session all about psychology at the University of Saskatchewan! This session will give you information about psychology and provide a quick overview of the programs and courses that we offer. Come and join the conversation, ask questions or just listen.


DRAMA: On stage and under the bright lights

Department of Drama, College of Arts and Science

Looking to learn more about being an actor or director, or maybe you have a designer's eye? Ever wonder how an actor makes it to Broadway? Join our panel from the Department of Drama as they discuss their careers in theatre and what USask drama can provide for you.


Languages: Programs and Opportunities

 Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies, College of Arts and Science

Find out about our array of language courses from beginner to graduate studies, what entrance level language course you should take, as well as our programs and study abroad options!


Learning Communities: Enhance your First Year Learning Experience

College of Arts and Science

Learning Communities are what a university education is all about! Learning Communities (LCs) are designed to ease the transition into university by providing first-year students with extra opportunities to make friends, study and explore ideas together and work together to develop the academic and personal skills to succeed. This session will introduce our First-year Learning Experience (FLEX) LC program, highlight the benefits of joining an LC and give new students sneak peek at the FLEX LC offerings for 2021-2022!


One Planet, One Home, One Humanity: Exploring What it Means to Be Human

Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, College of Arts and Science

Are you interested in human diversity, where humans have been, where we are and where we are going? The Department of Archaeology and Anthropology might be the place for you! This talk will give a brief overview of our classes, our academic programs and what kinds of careers are possible with our degrees.


The College of Possibilities

College of Arts and Science

Ever wonder what you could do with a degree from the College of Arts and Science? Are you uncertain about what to study? Do you want to study a little bit of everything? Interested in getting into a professional college like medicine or law? If so, come and learn more about the college of possibilities and where our programs can take you. With more than 60 program options, there really is something for everyone in the College of Arts and Science.


The Political World and the Political You: Building Your Career & Being a Positive Force in the World

College of Arts and Science

Join the Department of Political Studies to learn more about how our exciting programs in political studies and international studies can prepare you for interesting careers and a life of political engagement.


Welcome to the University Transition Program!

College of Arts and Science

Thinking of applying to the College of Arts and Science, but you are not sure if you will meet the entrance requirements? The University Transition Program (UTRAN) provides a supportive learning environment that helps students overcome common first-year university challenges and achieve success in their first year. Through UTRAN, first-year students will have valuable opportunities to meet like-minded students, study and explore ideas together and to develop the academic and personal skills to achieve their goals. Join staff from the UTRAN team to hear if UTRAN is just what you need!


What do linguists do?

Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies, College of Arts and Science

A linguist is often asked: "How many languages do you speak?" While many linguists do speak more than one language, a linguist does a lot more than that. Come and learn about what linguists do and how linguistics can make an impact on the world we live in.


Women's and Gender Studies

College of Arts and Science

Women's and Gender Studies offers critical perspectives on social inequities from colonization to ecological degradation, from militarization to transnational organizing and from gender expression in media to health access. Graduates build social justice careers as leaders, artists, writers, entrepreneurs or specialists in law, journalism, medicine, international relations, social work or education. Choose your adventure!


Business and Law

Business, Economics, Resources and Entrepreneurship in the Bioeconomy

College of Agriculture and Bioresources

As the world’s population explodes and oil reserves shrink, agricultural enterprises will be heavily depended upon to supply the world with the fibre, fuel and food the human population requires. Students with sales, marketing, finance, business, renewable and non-renewable resource, trade and entrepreneurial skills and knowledge are already in high demand within the bioeconomy. 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.


Edwards School of Business - Nation Builders

Edwards School of Business

The Edwards School of Business offers a variety of programming for students interested in studying business. In our session we will cover all of your program options, the unique opportunities Edwards has to offer, and explore what it means to be a nation builder!


Law: The case for applying to law school

College of Law

Do you know where a law degree can take you? Our graduates have become lawyers, judges, advocates, premiers, governor general and even prime minister! If you’re thinking of pursuing a law degree, join us for a special Q and A to discover what it’s like to study at the College of Law. Our panel features law faculty, students and alumni. Perhaps you would like to know what law school involves, or how hard it is? Or what career paths are open to you, and what legal practices are looking for in law graduates? Our panel will answer your questions about law school and beyond – so come ready to ask! We’ll also provide general information about the college, and tips on applying to our Juris Doctor (JD) program. We look forward to seeing you (virtually) there!


 

Education

Becoming a Teacher

College of Education

The College of Education offers a number of Bachelor of Education program options that prepare you to become the educator the world needs. An overview of program options, unqiue field experiences and student opportunities will be covered.


 

Health Sciences

Become a Nurse...Learn where you live

College of Nursing

The College of Nursing at USask is a world leader in educating nurses in interprofessional health care, research, practice, innovation, capacity building and policy development. We offer a non-direct entry four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing program consisting of a pre-professional year followed by three years of nursing education. Both undergraduate and graduate learners can learn where they live through the college's distributed learning approach. We offer programming at our campuses in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, as well as at sites in La Ronge, Île-à-la-Crosse and Yorkton, using unique and innovative technology to support teaching and learning. Join us at Open House to learn more about our program and the impactful career of nursing.


Discover Psychology

College of Arts and Science

Come to a fun and interactive session all about psychology at the University of Saskatchewan! This session will give you information about psychology and provide a quick overview of the programs and courses that we offer. Come and join the conversation, ask questions or just listen.


Health Studies Program: Never was Health more Critical

College of Arts and Science

A pandemic has shown us that health is one of the most important issues for us as individuals and for communities and how we want to live together. This session gives you an idea how we can build on both arts and sciences to prepare you for work or research in the field of health.


Pharmacy and Nutrition

College of Pharmacy and Nutrition

USask pharmacy and nutrition programs are geared to prepare students to enter the profession by offering high quality, challenging undergraduate programs. We offer the following degrees: Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) and Bachelor of Science in Nutrition (B.Sc.[Nutrition]). These degrees lead to excellent career opportunities and rewarding, challenging careers. Experiential learning experiences in both programs give students the chance to apply the knowledge they are gaining out in the field with professional pharmacists and dietitians/nutritionists. Experiential learning practicums enable students to get almost immediate registration as a professional pharmacist or dietitian upon graduation (following completion of licensing exams). Both of our programs are fully accredited by national accrediting bodies.


Saskatchewan's Medical School

College of Medicine

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 ensure our student body reflects the diversity of our province. The undergraduate medical education program is a fully accredited four-year program leading to the Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree, after which students apply for postgraduate training in the specialty of their choice. Come learn about the MD program at USask, as well as the new biomedical sciences program, designed to help to prepare those students considering a career in medicine and to meet students' needs for more interdisciplinary education opportunities and a wider range of career options.


Why Choose Kinesiology?

College of Kinesiology

Kinesiology at USask takes a holistic approach, covering many areas of study, such as exercise physiology, gross anatomy, biomechanics, motor learning and control, growth and development, psychology and ethics. In our program, you will also have the opportunity to make theory come alive through practice and experiential learning. This session will show you the many places youl can land with a kinesiology degree. If you would like to follow along on the presentation please have your desktop or laptop handy. You will find the link to the presentation at kinesiology.usask.ca.


 

Plant, Animal, Environmental and Food Science

Business, Economics, Resources and Entrepreneurship in the Bioeconomy

College of Agriculture and Bioresources

As the world’s population explodes and oil reserves shrink, agricultural enterprises will be heavily depended upon to supply the world with the fibre, fuel and food the human population requires. Students with sales, marketing, finance, business, renewable and non-renewable resource, trade and entrepreneurial skills and knowledge are already in high demand within the bioeconomy. 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.


Career Opportunities in Soil Science, Environmental Science and Renewable Resource Management

College of Agriculture and Bioresources

If you are interested in a career path that provides solutions to global food security or environmental pollution issues, then this is the right session for you. With increasing awareness of global challenges including climate change, increasing human population, food shortages, lack of quality water, soil reclamation and forest/wetland conservation; the services of soil and environmental scientists are already in high demand around the world. This session will provide information about career opportunities in soil science, environmental science and renewable resource management.


Environment and Society at USask

College of Arts and Science

Earth has shaped us and we are reshaping Earth. Understanding how Earth behaves and how we interact with Earth is central to the continued development of humans.


Food science and technology – challenges and goals in feeding the world in the 21st century

Department of Food and Bioproduct Sciences, College of Agriculture and Bioresources

Be part of one 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. In food science, you'll gain 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 the different disciplines that make up the pillars of food science, the course curriculum at USask, the vast career opportunities available after graduation, and current students' experiences in food science.


Horticulture Science- Plants for Food, Beauty and Function

College of Agriculture and Bioresources

Whether you are interested in growing fruits, vegetables, flowers or trees or you want to design and maintain beautiful landscapes, find out how a plant sciences degree with a major in horticulture can provide you with an excellent starting point for your future career.


Hydrology at USask

College of Arts and Science

"Water, water, every where, nor any drop to drink." Learn where water is, how it moves and why it's such a vital component of the Earth system.


Opportunities in Animal Science and Animal Bioscience

College of Agriculture and Bioresources

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.


 

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

A First Year With No Final Exams, Common Breaks and Chances to Re-do Tests. Yes, this is Engineering.

College of Engineering

Do you want to take a first-year program with a common schedule with your friends, daily tutorial sessions, chances to redo assignments, hands-on learning, and no final exams? Bet you didn't guess we were talking about first-year engineering. Come learn about how we've re-engineered first year for your success.


Bioinformatics = hot science career!

College of Arts and Science

Ever wonder how scientists sequence and understand the genome of an organism, such as a coronavirus or a human being? They use bioinformatics! The heart of bioinformatics is to augment and leverage biological information with computation. It is a rapidly developing and exciting area that is having profound impact on everything from medical care to crop breeding. This session features an interactive activity to introduce students to bioinformatics and USask's bachelor of science program in this area.


Fun with Physics

Department of Physics and Engineering Physics

We will give an introduction to the bachelor of science programs in physics and explain that you can learn a lot of interesting and fascinating topics in physics courses. We will also show interesting physics experiments.


Get experience and a salary in the Engineering Co-op Internship Program

College of Engineering

Earn a competitive salary while gaining valuable work experience in our Engineering Co-op Internship Program. Learn about how you can gain up to 20 months of paid experience as part of your degree program!


Learning Communities: Enhance your First Year Learning Experience

College of Arts and Science

Learning Communities are what a university education is all about! Learning Communities (LCs) are designed to ease the transition into university by providing first-year students with extra opportunities to make friends, study and explore ideas together and work together to develop the academic and personal skills to succeed. This session will introduce our First-year Learning Experience (FLEX) LC program, highlight the benefits of joining an LC and give new students sneak peek at the FLEX LC offerings for 2021-2022!


Mathematics & Statistics: Ahead of the Curve

Department of Mathematics and Statistics, College of Arts and Science

The mathematical sciences are much more than numbers and arithmetic. While mathematics and statistics can be appreciated for their own beauty, they consist of a diverse assortment of tools and skills that can solve everyday problems --- economic, sociological, agricultural, geological, to name a few --- and open the door to rewarding careers in research, government, and nearly every industry. We welcome students to our session to find out what our various programs have to offer, both academically and in terms of extracurricular involvement.


The College of Possibilities

College of Arts and Science

Ever wonder what you could do with a degree from the College of Arts and Science? Are you uncertain about what to study? Do you want to study a little bit of everything? Interested in getting into a professional college like medicine or law? If so, come and learn more about the college of possibilities and where our programs can take you. With more than 60 program options, there really is something for everyone in the College of Arts and Science.


There's a place for you in Engineering: Meet the Dean of Engineering

College of Engineering

What are the benefits of becoming an engineer? What's an Engineering career like? Who can become an engineer? Explore these questions and more with the Dean of Engineering, Dr. Suzanne Kresta!


 

Admissions and Student Experience

Access and Equity Services

Access and Equity Services

Chat with our staff members to find out what Access and Equity Services does, who we assist and what sort of services and programs are offered through our office. Can't make it to these sessions? No problem! Visit our website for more information at students.usask.ca/aes


Apply on the spot admissions workshop

Student Recruitment and Admissions

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! University staff will walk you through the application process and answer any questions you may have. You could be the first of your friends to get into university!


Entrance Awards at the University of Saskatchewan

Student Finance and Awards

Each year, USask gives over $3.5 million to first-year students in scholarships and bursaries. There are plenty of awards for students from diverse experiences. This online session will give you an overview of scholarships and bursaries available to students entering USask and will discuss how you can be considered for the resources available.


St. Peter’s College - Muenster

St. Peter's College

St. Peter’s College offers up to two years of USask studies. With over 70 programs to study, $90,000 of additional scholarships, an average class size of 15 students and 98% of alumni recommending starting your USask degree with SPC, what’s not to love? Join us to learn more about why St. Peter’s College is the right path for you.


USask International: Experience the world on campus and abroad

International Student and Study Abroad Centre

The International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC) is a central support unit and a campus partner for all students, staff, and faculty. ISSAC is dedicated to fostering a welcoming, globally aware and inclusive campus community. We support all USask international students from the moment they are accepted to USask until they graduate. Canadian students looking to experience the world during their studies will want to learn more about our many study abroad opportunities.


USask Student Residence

Student Residence

Want to know what it is like to live right on campus? In this session, we will talk about the student life experience of living in Residence and the benefits of living here. You will learn about the application process, our different areas and living styles, and rates.


Welcome to the University Transition Program!

College of Arts and Science

Thinking of applying to the College of Arts and Science, but you are not sure if you will meet the entrance requirements? The University Transition Program (UTRAN) provides a supportive learning environment that helps students overcome common first-year university challenges and achieve success in their first year. Through UTRAN, first-year students will have valuable opportunities to meet like-minded students, study and explore ideas together and to develop the academic and personal skills to achieve their goals. Join staff from the UTRAN team to hear if UTRAN is just what you need!