New to university-level study? This tutorial focuses on the skills and strategies needed for transitioning to university. Topics include differences in high school and university expectations and environments, what those differences mean, and the skills needed to join and contribute to an academic community.
Remote Learning Readiness
Attending classes and learning online can be a rich experience. In this tutorial you will gets tips and explore the skills necessary for academic success in a remote learning environment.
Use the Assignment Planner to help you complete your research essay assignments. Enter the start date and deadline for your assignment and the system will suggest a timeline of dates for steps to complete your essay. In addition, the system provides some useful support along the way!
Offers information for students starting out of the USask. Information is provided for student groups such as Aboriginal Students, International Students, students from a small town, from out of province, and mature students.
U Sask Student Wellness Services offers urgent and non-urgent physical and mental health care for students, their spouses and children including dr appointments, mental health counselling, nutrition counselling, and sexual health care. There are also services such as physiotherapy, massage therapy and chiropractic care offered on site (fee for services, often partially covered through your student health plan). Access wellness support by visiting the 3rd or 4th floor of Place Riel Student Centre or calling (306) 966-5768. See online guides and resources for self-help access.
Access and Equity Services, formerly Disability Services for Students (DSS), is guided by Saskatchewan's Human Rights legislation and the duty to accommodate individuals requiring accommodations based on disability, religion, family status and gender identity. Steps to register with Access and Equity Services is provided on the webpage.
The International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC) is a resource and campus partner for all students, staff, and faculty. ISSAC is dedicated to fostering a welcoming, globally aware and engaged campus community.
The Aboriginal Students’ Centre is dedicated to supporting the academic and personal success of Métis, First Nations and Inuit students. The centre offers personal, social, cultural and academic support through programs, services and events held throughout the academic year.