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Campus Tours

Campus Tours

Explore the University of Saskatchewan and find out more about your future campus. Lasting approximately 90 minutes (1.5 hours), our tours are conducted by current students who can tell you what life as a student here is like. We have one of the most beautiful campuses in Canada and we’d love to show you around! 

On your campus tour, you will see:

  • buildings where you could have classes,
  • popular student hang-outs and study areas,
  • athletic facilities, and
  • student services that you can access before and after you begin your studies here.

Book a tour

General campus tours are available for visitors from the public, elementary-middle years school groups, or community groups through the Diefenbaker Canada Centre. Learn about the university's history, achievements and unique architecture on a leisurely walking tour of campus.

Email or call (306) 966-8384 to learn more or to request your tour. Educational programming for children, families, teachers, adult learners, and special interest groups is also available. Contact the Diefenbaker Canada Centre directly or visit their website for more information.

Other tour or programming opportunities

Tours and educational programming are available through several other organizations on campus.

Campus Sustainability Tours

Museum of Natural Sciences

Museum of Antiquities

Computer Museum

U of S Observatory

Canadian Light Source Synchrotron

College of Agriculture and Bioresources

Rayner Dairy Research and Teaching Facility: Feeding the World Interpretive Galleries

Self-Guided Campus Tour Map
Self-Guided Campus Tour Map

Visiting campus for the day and just want to look around? Use our self-guided campus tour map to take a leisurely tour of the central U of S campus on your own. Feel free to use this map as a guideline and explore the campus more fully -- there's lots to see and do that we just could not fit on one page.


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