Open House 2023 is now concluded, but you can sign up for more activities to connect with USask representatives and learn more about programs, scholarships and the application process.

Check out our activities.

If you are planning for your future and wondering what life as a USask student is like, don't miss USask's Open House event on Friday, Sept. 22!

Join us here at our beautiful main campus in Saskatoon, SK for a full day of activities, including a huge information fair and live presentations and demonstrations taking place across campus where you can:

  • Meet faculty, staff and students from your future college
  • Learn about academic programs
  • Experience student life
  • Tour popular places and spaces around the university
  • Learn how to apply for admission and scholarships
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Customize your experience around your interests. When you register, you can choose from dozens of activities offered at five different times throughout the day.

9 am-1 pm - Information Fair
Physical Activity Complex (PAC)

10:30-11:20 am - Session 1

11:30am-12:20 pm - Session 2 or lunch break

12:30-1:20 pm - Session 3 or lunch break

1:30-2:20 pm - Session 4 or lunch break

2:30-3:20 pm - Session 5

Schedule yourself a lunch break and check out one or more outstanding eateries around campus. If you prefer to bring a lunch, you can find microwaves and seating in Place Riel.

Locations operated by Culinary Services on campus are cashless. Accepted payment methods include debit, credit, Apple Pay and Android Pay.

We encourage participants to carpool, get dropped off, or take public transit to campus to help alleviate increased traffic on one of our busiest days of the year.

If you are travelling by school bus, the most accessible bus drop-off and pick-up location for Open House participants is in front of the Physical Activity Complex (PAC).

If you are planning to drive to campus and park for the day, visitor and daily parking is available. Parking fees are charged by the hour, though both Stadium Parkade on College Drive and Lot 4 near the Education Building offer a set daily maximum rate.

Convenient drop-off and pick-up locations for students, parents and counsellors getting a ride to Open House include the Administration Place loop and Voyageur Court in front of the Memorial Union Building.

Info Fair

Visit the Info Fair in the Physical Activity Complex between 9 am-1 pm to chat with representatives from programs, student services and campus clubs from across USask.

  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • College of Agriculture and Bioresources
  • College of Dentistry
  • College of Education
  • College of Engineering
  • College of Law
  • College of Medicine
  • College of Nursing
  • College of Pharmacy and Nutrition
  • Computer Science
  • Department of Anthropology
  • Department of Drama
  • Department of Economics
  • Department of English
  • Department of Geological Sciences
  • Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies
  • Department of Religion and Culture
  • Edwards School of Business- Student and Faculty Services Office
  • Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre
  • Political Studies
  • Sociology
  • St. Thomas More College
  • Toxicology
  • Usask Debate Society
  • Western College of Veterinary Medicine
  • and more!


Students walking outside the Agriculture Building

When you register for Open House, you can choose from many presentations and demonstrations taking place across the university in five timeslots.

Since sessions take place in real USask classrooms and capacity is limited, these can fill quickly. Be sure to register as early as possible to have the best chance to register in sessions you want.

Video, photos and social media

You may see our student ambassadors or staff capturing the fun in photos or video during this public event to share on our social media channels like @usask.future.students, or to use in promotional materials.

If you'd like to share your experience and potentially be featured on our channels, tag us and/or use #usaskopenhouse!


Marquis Hall
Parents, guardians and other supporters of prospective students

We offer a full day of programming specifically for parents of prospective university students at Open House. As your children consider their options for post-secondary education, you will also be considering how best to support them. During our Open House parent program, you will learn what you'll need to know to help your child make the transition to university—from applying through arriving, and the steps in between.


Louis' Loft, Memorial Union Building
Counsellors, post-secondary coordinators, teachers and school administrators

Join us for our signature in-person counsellor event to learn about updates to admissions, scholarships and more. We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful campus!


Current USask students, university staff and faculty: Be a part of welcoming prospective students and their supporters to USask by volunteering at Open House!

With activities taking place across campus throughout the day on Friday, Sept. 22, there are a variety of roles and time slots where volunteers with all kinds of skills and experience levels are needed.

Students: You can receive recognition on your co-curricular record for volunteering for at least two hours!


If you have questions about our Open House event for prospective undergraduate students, parents and counsellors on Friday, Sept. 22, please email us at openhouse@usask.ca!