Various organizations, services and centres exist to serve students’ needs and provide places where you can make friends and develop academic and life skills.
Student Learning Services offers writing help for graduate students (including workshops about topics such as structure, style, formatting, writing proposals and revising your work), study skills workshops, and mathematics and statistics help.
The Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness offers courses and workshops relating to teaching, and professional skills development. They also offer non-credit Graduate Studies and Research courses open to graduate students from all disciplines.
"You won’t regret choosing the U of S. They have a great structure for new students, with all the support you will need and more. It's big enough to have great teachers, structure and staff, and small enough to provide a feeling of community for the students. I feel at home studying here.”
- Anna Luisa Tavares Neto
The International Student and Study Abroad Centre's friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you to transition to life here in Saskatoon and can assist you with questions you may have as an international student including study/work abroad options or exchange opportunities in other countries. Many events, social activities and educational workshops take place at the International Student and Study Abroad Centre throughout the year, making it a popular gathering place for all.
Student Health Services is a primary health care centre that offers non-urgent and urgent medical treatment for students and their families.
The Student Employment and Career Centre helps students with all aspects of the career and job search. You can access job postings, online resources, resume and interview workshops, and career coaching and career fairs to help you prepare for your future.
Faith Leaders The faith leaders at the U of S are a multi-faith religious resource to all students, staff and faculty.
Access and Equity Services assists individuals requiring accommodations based on disability, religion, family status and gender identity including exam/academic accommodations, assistive technology, and notetaking.
Student Counselling Services offers short-term professional counselling for students by professionals who are experienced in addressing the mental health needs of students.
The Aboriginal Students’ Centre is an inclusive gathering space for students that promotes the spiritual, physical, emotional and mental well-being of Aboriginal students at the U of S.
Student Central provides graduate students with centralized assistance with finances, class registration and academic life. They can connect you to the information or services you need.