Recreation and Arts
Our Huskie Athletics program has brought home 97 Canada West Championships and produced 831 Canada West all-stars since 1920. Catch a home game on campus and share the pride!
Not satisfied watching others play sports? Join in the fun! We have an active intramural program, a brand new fitness facility, and are beside a beautiful river system covered in walking / biking / hiking trails.
Whether it is Friday night lights football games or pep rallies for our championship-winning basketball team, our students, staff and faculty get together to cheer on our Huskies!Huskie Athletics
- Cross Country
- Track and Field
We have one of the largest and most active intramural sports programs in the country; we have more than 50 intramural hockey teams alone! Enjoy getting together for friendly competition ranging from inner-tube water polo to soccer and more.
Visit Campus Recreation to learn more about the following:
- Men's Intramurals
- Women's Intramurals
- Co-rec Leagues
- Instructional Courses
The Physical Activity Centre is the hub of staying healthy on campus. We offer:
- Fitness Centre - modern and updated, trained professionals to assist with your program
- Walk/Jog track - 210 meter four lane recreational track
- Climbing wall - 12 meter high wall with staff on hand to help you the first time through
- Dance studio
- Racquetball / Squash courts
- Swimming pool
Outside of our Fine Arts academic programs, you can enjoy performances year round or join in if you'd like to develop your artistic abilities.
Louis' Pub, in the heart of campus is open during the day and evening for meals, and hosts music shows throughout the year. Both touring and local bands are showcased.
Some past performers:
- Joel Plaskett
- Hey Ocean
- Mother Mother
We are proud to have world class performing ensembles rehearsing and performing right here on the U of S campus. Most are open by audition to all U of S students.
Visit our Department of Music for more details about the ensembles.
- Concert Band
- Greystone Singers
- Jazz Ensemble
- Music Theatre
- University and Community Chorus
- Wind Orchestra
Our Department of Drama puts on four plays a year through its' Greystone Theatre showcasing the work of our student actors onstage and technicians behind the scenes. Whether plays from the classical repertoire or cutting-edge contemporary plays, every season is a diverse mix chosen to challenge and stretch our students while entertaining our audiences.
Newman Players is the theatre group at St. Thomas More College at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. Under the direction of Richard Medernach, we offer students, faculty, staff and alumni opportunities to be part of our drama productions
Our Ballroom Dance club is one of the largest on campus with over 1000 members. You don't need to register with a partner and it's a great opportunity to make friends through dance.
Meeting people and making friends is made easy with close to a 100 different Student Societies and clubs to choose from at the U of S.
- View current ratified list of campus groups.
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