Admissions application workshop

Friday, September 23
1:30 pm Central Standard Time

Already know that you want to be a USask student next year? We can help you apply! In this webinar, USask admissions staff will go through the application for undergraduate programs in our six direct-entry colleges:

  • Agriculture and Bioresources
  • Arts and Science
  • Education
  • Edwards School of Business
  • Engineering
  • Kinesiology

Come prepared to submit your academic transcript, method of payment for your $90 application fee (Visa, Mastercard or Flywire) and proof of English proficiency (if required). If we have everything we need, we will process your application and let you know our decision by Thursday, September 29. You could be one of the first of your friends to get into university!

Scholarships and bursaries

Friday, September 23
1:30 pm Central Standard Time

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.

Not able to join us during Open House? Follow us on Instagram to learn more about USask all year, and keep an eye on our Events page to learn about future opportunities to connect with us!

Agriculture and Bioresources

AgBio Instagram Live

Wednesday, September 21
12 pm (noon) Central Standard Time

A live Q&A discussion with Amanda Muller, an alumni from the Renewable Resource Management degree program and current Plant Ecology lab instructor.

Introduction to the Kanawayihetaytan Askiy (KA) Certificate and Diploma Programs

Thursday, September 22
3 pm Central Standard Time

A new direct-entry program to the College of Agriculture and Bioresources providing an on-ramp for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students to enter a two-year diploma program that can ladder into the Bachelor of Science in Renewable Resource Management degree. The KA diploma programs are open to all students.

Opportunities in Animal Science and Animal Bioscience

Thursday, September 22
4 pm Central Standard Time

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.

Edwards School of Business

Developing Business Professionals to Build Nations

Friday, September 23
11:30 am and 12:30 pm Central Standard Time

The Edwards School of Business offers Saskatchewan’s best business students an AACSB-accredited education in a welcoming classroom environment. Our classes facilitate learning and interaction with faculty and other students. Our campus and community provides social and professional activities business students crave. Join us for an info session and experience all that Edwards has to offer.

How to Start a Business: Entrepreneurship 101

Friday, September 23
10:30 am Central Standard Time

Have you ever thought about starting your own business? Amanda Everitt, Introduction to Entrepreneurship instructor and business owner, will guide you through several important need-to-knows about starting a business.


College of Nursing

Friday, September 23
11:30 am, 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm Central Standard Time

The College of Nursing is a non-direct entry college. In this session, we will give an overview of the admissions process and an outline of programs offered in the College of Nursing. We will review the pre-professional courses needed for entry to the BSN program as well as requirements for the Post-degree BSN program.

Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate Research Initiative

Friday, September 23
1:30 pm and 2:30 pm Central Standard Time

Did you know that universities conduct research? This session will give you an overview of how research works at a university campus, and how you can get involved -- 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.

Veterinary Medicine

Friday, September 23
11:30 am and 12:30 pm Central Standard Time

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.