We have gathered these resources to assist you in your role as school and career counsellors, educational agents, and advisors of prospective University of Saskatchewan students.
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We send regular notifications of changes to program offerings and admission requirements, upcoming events, and other information important to your role as school counsellors, student services staff or post-secondary coordinators or agents.
- February 2017 - Admissions and awards deadlines (Feb. 15), Edwards admissions update, Aboriginal Achievement Week
- December 2016 - Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships deadline, additions to Advising Guide, holiday closure
- November 2016 - Early admission and top scholarships deadline, residence applications open and counsellor advising guide
- October 2016 - Admissions updates for 2017-18, residence and scholarship applications open, and university news
- June 2016 - Class registration, final transcript deadline, save-the-date for Open House, environmental programs, dual credit business class, summer and fall orientation activities
- April 2016 - U-Start registration workshops, Learning Communities, Graduation Powwow, summer classes, upcoming dates and deadlines
Use these links to access commonly used pages about admission requirements and application procedures.
- Requirements and Deadlines
- Calculating an admission average
- Steps to Apply
- Application for Admission Guide
uSask offers scholarships, bursaries and awards to students from a variety of backgrounds and situations based on academic achievement, community involvement and/or financial need.
- All scholarships, bursaries and awards for new uSask students
- Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships
- Competitive Entrance Awards
- Guaranteed Entrance Scholarships
- International Student Excellence Awards
- International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme Excellence Awards
- United World College (UWC) Excellence Awards
- Scholarships and awards for continuing uSask students
Programs to aid in transition to university
Both students who need additional support when starting university and those who are looking to engage more fully in the university experience would benefit from these options for new university students.
- Learning Communities (Sign-up opens in May annually.)
- College of Arts and Science Aboriginal Student Achievement Program
- Starting university with summer classes
Dual credit classes and early start
Through these online courses, offered through a partnership between uSask and the SunWest School Division, high school students can earn credit for both a high school and university course.
- Astronomy 30L/Astronomy 104.3:Astronomy of Planets
- Life Transitions 30/Interdisciplinary Studies 100.3: Strategies for Academic Success
- Introduction to Business 30L/Commerce 101.3: Introduction to Business (scholarships available)
Grade 11 or 12 students who are interested in Computer Science and are looking to get an early start on their academic career can enroll in this three-week summer program and earn credit toward a uSask degree.
Post-secondary advising resources
Helping students to choose the right high school subjects needed for their future post-secondary study is important. These resources can help you and your students learn about university degree requirements over and above any requirements for admission.
The Advising Guide is available as a series of documents you can print on demand and which may be added to or updated. By signing up to receive email updates, you will be notified when new or updated documents become available.
- Introduction and Program List
- Student Timeline
- Steps to Apply
- Filling out an online application
- Admission Requirements
- SK Requirements
- AB, NU, NWT Requirements
- BC, YT Requirements
- MB Requirements
- NS Requirements
- ON Requirements
- English language proficiency requirement
- Mathematics Requirements
- IB and AP Recognition
- Arts and Science Prerequisites
- Admission Statistics and Requirements for Non-Direct Entry Colleges
- Money Matters
- Off-Campus Sites, Regional Colleges, Arts and Science Transition Program
- Residence, Huskie Athletics, Study Abroad and Summer Classes
- Contact Information
From thinking about career goals to searching for jobs and writing an effective resume, the Student Employment and Career Centre at uSask offers many resources to help students plan for the future.
Newly admitted and current students, as well as alumni, can access some additional, more personalized resources to help with career planning.
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.
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