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Recruitment, Admissions and Transfer Credit

Prospective Student Services Office

University of Saskatchewan
105 Administration Place
Saskatoon, SK  S7N 5A2
Canada

Tel: (306) 966-5788
Fax: (306) 966-2115

Email: admissions@usask.ca

College of Graduate Studies and Research

For information on graduate programming at the University of Saskatchewan, visit the College of Graduate Studies and Research.

University of Saskatchewan
Room C180 105 Administration Place
Saskatoon, SK  S7N 5A2
Canada

Tel: (306) 966-5751
Fax: (306) 966-5756

Email: grad.studies@usask.ca

Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday, 8:30am-12pm and 1pm-4:30pm
Closed Weekends & Statutory Holidays

The current time is Saskatoon is 1:25 pm CST

Please email the department best able to answer your questions.

Include your

  • full name,
  • date of birth and
  • student number (if known) or application log-in ID

in your email communication to Recruitment and Admissions to help us identify the correct file.

EnquiryEmail Address
Recruitment, Admissions and Transfer Credit - Undergraduate Domestic admissions@usask.ca
International Admissions and Transfer Credit - Undergraduate international@usask.ca
Graduate Studies Admissions - Domestic and International Masters, PhD and PGD grad.studies@usask.ca
Campus Tours uofs_tours@usask.ca
Orientation orientation@usask.ca
Open House openhouse@usask.ca
U-Start Course Registration Workshops ustart@usask.ca

Under provincial legislation (The Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act) and the University’s data use policy, the University is bound to protect the right of all students to their privacy and to ensure the confidentiality of their student records. Information collected by the University is to be used only for the purposes for which it has been collected, and must not be released to others without the express written consent of the student. Information such as whether or not a student is registered, grades, student number, date of birth, membership in a designated equity group, address and telephone number, etc., are all considered to be private. These matters will not be discussed with or confirmed or released to others, including members of the student’s family, unless the student has given the University prior permission in writing to release the information.