Access and Equity Services (AES) is responsible for providing, along with faculty, reasonable accommodations for students who experience barriers to their education on the basis of a prohibited ground(s), including disability, religion, family status and gender identity.
To speak with someone: Call, email, request a drop-in session or, if you're registered with AES, book an appointment.
Manages admissions system and process for most undergraduate programs as well as credit transfer and evaluation.
Connects students with employers. Offers career development and job skills programming.
Distance Education Unit
Beginning July 1, 2023, all distance education services formerly provided by the Distance Education Unit can be accessed through contacting the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning, as we join to become one unit. Moving forward our staff continue to be dedicated to supporting, enriching and enhancing teaching and learning on our campus. You can still expect and enjoy excellent support from the DEU staff members as our team transitions to supporting your teaching needs together.
The Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre is dedicated to supporting the personal, social, cultural, and academic success of Métis, First Nations and Inuit students.
The Gwenna Moss Centre is committed to supporting and improving teaching and learning at the University of Saskatchewan. We have a variety of programming and resources to help faculty, instructors and grad students.
The International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC) is dedicated to fostering a welcoming, globally aware and engaged community at the U of S for students, staff and faculty. The centre assists all students—domestic, international or those studying abroad—participate in a unique international educational experience.
Offers full and part-time EAP programs for international students.
Complete media production services for teaching, learning, research and administration.
The Office of Teaching and Learning leads and advances key strategic projects and provides services related to teaching and learning across the institution.
Supports registration, tuition and fee assessment, Course and Program Catalogue, academic program development, class build, room scheduling, exams, grades, transcripts, Convocation, non-credit and events registration.
The Teaching Learning and Student Experience (TLSE) Service Team offers integrated support for marketing and communications (including graphic and web design), and builds capacity within the TLSE portfolio to develop and maintain effective and efficient self-service tools.
A team of Social Workers responsible for drop-in counselling, mental health intake, early alerts, student outreach, crisis response, psycho-educational groups, and consultation to faculty, staff, and students who are concerned about a student.
For questions about class registration, finances (e.g., student loans, financial appeals, understanding your tuition), academic life, and referrals to USask colleges and support units.
For questions about payment options for tuition/fees, refunds, sponsorship or agency funding, scholarships and bursaries.
To speak with someone: Call, email or book an appointment.
Maintains and evolves the university’s student information systems.
Coordinates and delivers outreach activities, events and communications to recruit prospective students to the University of Saskatchewan in support of the university’s strategic enrolment goals.
The Student Wellness Centre offers urgent and non-urgent physical and mental health care to University of Saskatchewan students and their spouses and children.