Housing and Residence
There are many benefits to living in one of our U of S residences, including being part of a diverse and global community and developing life-long friendships and lasting memories. Students living in residence receive continuous support from our trained residence life staff and appreciate the close proximity of their home to their classes and university facilities.
Students are encouraged to apply early to residence. To learn more about U of S residences, and apply, visit our residence website.
The College Quarter residences are brand‑new buildings located in the College Quarter development. At College Quarter, international and Canadian students live together in fully furnished apartments, participate in a variety of activities and have access to tutoring and a faculty-in-residence program.
A limited number of three-bedroom accessible apartments are also available for students with disabilities.
Voyageur Place is linked to the heart of campus via the tunnel system. Voyageur Place includes four residence halls: Athabasca Hall, Saskatchewan Hall, Qu’Appelle Hall and Qu’Appelle Hall Addition.
Students are usually paired with a roommate and enjoy the convenience of a comprehensive meal plan. They also have access to tutoring and a faculty in residence program.
McEown Park is a group of four high-rise buildings located just south of the main U of S campus. These buildings include Assiniboine Hall and Wollaston Hall (one- and two-bedroom apartments for upper-year students), Souris Hall (two-bedroom apartments for students with children) and Seager Wheeler Hall (six-bedroom apartments).
Living off campus is another option. Our campus has excellent bus service and housing in Saskatoon is very affordable compared to other Canadian cities. There are also a number of affiliated residences on campus or nearby.
For more information about living in an apartment or house, our Students' Union keeps up a list of off campus rental properties.