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Advice for Program and Course Selection

The University of Saskatchewan is made up of several colleges and schools, each of which offer a diverse range of academic programs and classes.

If you have questions about a program or if you need advice about course selection, speaking with an advisor in the college you plan to enter, or in a college you plan to apply to in the future, is the best way to make sure your educational plans will be on track.

The following colleges offer direct-entry programs, or those to which students may apply directly from high school or as transfer students from other post-secondary institutions.  These colleges do not require you to have completed previous post-secondary education as part of their admission requirements.

If you have questions about the application procedure or admission requirements for these programs, please contact our Undergraduate Recruitment and Admissions Office.

College of Agriculture and Bioresources AgBio Student Services
Tel:(306) 966-4056
College of Arts and Science Undergraduate Student Office
Tel: (306) 966-4231 (option 2)

Aboriginal Student Advising
Transition Student Academic Advising
College of Education Programs Office
(306) 966-7654
Edwards School of Business Student and Faculty Services Office
Tel: (306) 966-4785
College of Engineering Engineering Student Centre  
Tel: (306) 966-5274
College of Kinesiology Contact: Keeran Wagner, Manager Undergraduate Student Academic Success
Tel: (306) 966-1101
St. Thomas More College Advisors: Richard Medernach or Dean Schmidt
General Office: (306) 966-8900
Toll-free: 1-800-667-2019
Email:  or
U of S Prince Albert Campus Advisors: Rob Procyk, Program Manager and Academic Advisor
General Office: (306) 953-5318 
Toll-free: (855) 953-5318
Off-campus Advising

The following colleges offer non-direct entry programs, or programs that require students to complete a minimum level of post-secondary education prior applying for admission.

College of Dentistry General Office: (306) 966-5117
Toll-free (Canada and USA): 1-877-363-7275
Fax: (306) 966-5126
College of Education General Office: (306) 966-7654
(306) 966-7644
College of Law General Office: (306) 966-5869
Fax: (306) 966-5900
College of Medicine General Office: (306) 966-4030
Fax: (306) 966-2601
College of Nursing General Office: (306) 966-6221
Fax: (306) 966-6621
College of Pharmacy and Nutrition General Office: (306) 966-6327
Fax: (306) 966-6377
Western College of Veterinary Medicine General Office: (306) 966-7447
Fax: (306) 966-8747

Graduate-level programs (post-graduate diploma, masters, and Ph.D. programs) typically require students to have completed an undergraduate (bachelors) degree before applying for admission.

Prospective students should direct their inquiries directly to the academic program to which they have applied, or to which they wish to apply. Select from the list of available graduate programs at the U of S for contact information for those program offices.

For more information on graduate studies at the University of Saskatchewan, visit the College of Graduate Studies and and Postdoctoral Studies website.

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