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Established in 1907 Member of the U15 group of top Canadian research universities $13 million in scholarships, bursaries and awards 19:1 Low student to faculty ratio 160+ student societies and clubs 156,000+ alumni living worldwide
hello FUTURE You have choices. You decide where life is going to take you. When it comes to your education and your future, you have the freedom to decide what kind of experience you want to have. At the University of Saskatchewan (USask), your experience matters. What makes USask unique is that you will have the opportunity to contribute directly to the world’s knowledge as you work alongside renowned faculty in some of the most advanced research and education facilities in the world. USask is a place where you can learn, grow and be part of a community that recognizes how beautiful knowledge can be. 1
hello SASKATOON With a rising population of more With its vibrant mix of many cultures, than 270,000, Saskatoon offers Saskatoon’s blossoming culinary and local many of the amenities of a large shopping scenes also stand out. urban centre along with the friendliness and accessibility of a smaller city. There is plenty to This is a place of opportunity, diversity and do in Saskatoon every season, with live music innovation. As a student here and after you events, festivals and cultural experiences graduate, you will come to appreciate why so offered year round. many have chosen to call this place home. Population 20 # 18 270,000 minute on the New York Times list A big city with “rush hour” of '52 Places to Go in 2018' a small town feel IMAGE: TOURISM SASKATOON 3
hello BEAUTIFUL Our historic main campus in As you explore this place, you will discover the Saskatoon is recognized as one spaces that define your university experience. of the most beautiful in Canada, Museums and galleries, libraries, sporting with plenty of green space, event venues, student hangouts and natural stately greystone buildings and tree-lined spaces are where life happens and where your walkways. most powerful memories can be created. The University of Saskatchewan (USask) is a From the moment you become a student, place where people from this province, from you will know the sense of pride and across Canada and beyond have pursued community felt by our students, staff, faculty education and knowledge for more than 100 and alumni. While you are here and long years. Established in 1907, our institution has after you graduate, you will remember your continually grown and flourished to become the experiences, the things you learn and, above place of curiosity, spirit and potential it is today. all, the places you love. 7 More than 3 km2 Located on Treaty 6 on-campus museums and core campus Territory and the art galleries grounds Homeland of the Métis 5
hello FREEDOM Residences at the University of Saskatchewan provide an unparalleled living environment for students. More than You will be part of a diverse and global community where you can develop life-long friendships and 2,200 students live in residence create lasting memories. You will also be living in a safe, study-orientated setting where you can access video tour continuous academic and personal support from your peers, Residence staff, faculty-in-Residence and others. Take a livewithus.usask.ca 6
Marquis Culinary Centre The Marquis Culinary Centre is the hub of our food services operation. Anyone on campus is welcome to join Residence us in our all-you-can-dine Culinary Centre, offering a wide Welcome variety of items including Canadian and international dishes. Stop by for a one-time cash purchase, or purchase Week a meal plan online. Enjoy your meal in our beautiful dining hall overlooking the Bowl. All residents of Voyageur Place with events every day receive the Unlimited Meal Plan. The Unlimited Meal Plan throughout your first week, allows access to the Marquis Dining Hall during operating starting on move-in day. hours with great flexibility. 7
VOYAGEUR PLACE Located at the heart of the University of Saskatchewan campus, Voyageur Place is made up of four halls which are all connected by tunnels and skywalks to other buildings on campus, a popular feature during the winter. Accommodation in Voyageur Place includes utilities, internet, laundry and the Unlimited Meal Plan. The FURNISHED SINGLE/DOUBLE OCCUPANCY ROOMS Unlimited Meal Plan allows access to the Marquis Dining Hall during operating hours with great flexibility. SPACIOUS STUDY AND SOCIAL COMMON AREAS Voyageur Place buildings offer traditional, dormitory-style, ACADEMICALLY FOCUSED ENVIRONMENT single and double units in a variety of different layouts. The floorplans below are examples of some of these units, but INCLUDES THE UNLIMITED MEAL PLAN AT MARQUIS CULINARY CENTRE do not represent all specific room layouts. ATHABASCA HALL – ATHABASCA HALL – DOUBLE ATHABASCA HALL 2 BED SINGLE ATHABASCA HALL 1 BED SASKATCHEWAN SASK. HALL 2 BED HALL – DOUBLE SASKATCHEWAN HALL 1 BED SASK. HALL – SINGLE 655 Sq. Ft. 528 Sq. Ft. 696 Sq. Ft. SEAGER WHEELER Seager Wheeler is a Residence building located just south of the main campus. It is part of McEown Park, a group of four high-rise buildings. These four buildings include Assiniboine Hall and Wollaston Hall (one and two bedroom units for upper-year students), Souris Hall (two bedroom units for students with children) and Seager Wheeler (six bedroom units for single students). Social events, in-house tutoring and community activities help students feel connected, both to their IN-SUITE KITCHEN AND COMMON AREA neighbours and the campus nearby. PRIVATE BEDROOMS UTILITIES, INTERNET, CABLE TV AND LAUNDRY INCLUDED IN RENTAL FEE SEAGER WHEELER – 6 BEDROOM TUTORS Each week, graduate students can be found in Residence providing tutoring for major undergraduate subjects such as math, writing, chemistry, statistics and physics. 8
“My advice to other students, especially first years, is to choose to live in Residence because it helps you to adapt to school much easier due to the various activities and programs that are offered.” ELIZABETH ADEGBITE, BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN-SUITE KITCHEN AND COMMON AREA IN HEALTH STUDIES STUDENT HOMETOWN: NIGERIA, AFRICA AND TORONTO, CANADA PRIVATE BEDROOMS UTILITIES, INTERNET, CABLE TV AND LAUNDRY INCLUDED IN RENTAL FEE COLLEGE QUARTER At College Quarter, students live together in a lively, multi-cultural environment in fully furnished two, three and four bedroom units. You are only a short walk from all of your classes and have the added benefit of being part of an engaged community in Saskatoon with a friendly, inclusive atmosphere. College Quarter suites are bright and modern, as are the lounges and study spaces, which offer beautiful views of the surrounding area. Social events, in-house tutoring and community activities help students feel connected, both to their neighbours and the campus nearby. COLLEGE QUARTER 3BEDROOM COLLEGE QUARTER – 3 BEDROOM BEDROOM LIVING ROOM BEDROOM BEDROOM BATH 1 KITCHEN/DINING BATH 2 Applications 955 Sq. Ft. Residence applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis regardless of students’ admission COLLEGE QUARTER 4BEDROOM COLLEGE QUARTER – 4 BEDROOM status. We recommend that students apply for Residence as soon as possible after they apply for LIVING ROOM admission. You do not have to wait to receive an offer BEDROOM BEDROOM of admission before you apply for Residence. See page 15 for Residence fees. Students entering their first year of studies at USask BEDROOM BEDROOM KITCHEN/DINING BATH 1 BATH 2 will receive guaranteed placement at Voyageur Place Residence if they apply for Residence before 985 Sq. Ft. January 31, 2020. 9
Our students More than More than 25,700 students from More than 3,300 132 3,400 self-declared countries international students Indigenous students Our campus 13 colleges 3 graduate schools One in two 6 affiliated or federated colleges USask undergraduate students will have a hands-on, course-based research experience where they learn to create and share new knowledge. 15 More than Huskie Athletics teams 130 athletic championships Global Canadian VIDO- Global Institute Toxicology Sylvia Fedoruk Light Source InterVac Institute for for Food Centre Canadian Centre for Water Security Security Nuclear Innovation
Steps to apply 1 FIND A PROGRAM The University of Saskatchewan (USask) offers degree, diploma and certificate programs in more than 150 areas of study across our diverse colleges and schools. Explore at ADMISSIONS.USASK.CA. LEARN THE Admission requirements and deadlines depend on your 2 REQUIREMENTS situation. AND DEADLINES ■■ Which program are you interested in? ■■ When do you want to start classes? ■■ Is this your first time going to university? Do your research and apply early to take advantage of benefits such as early admission and access to scholarships. APPLY FOR 3 Ready to apply? Create an account at APPLY.USASK.CA and fill out the online application for admission. ADMISSION If you have any questions about the application, contact us and we would be happy to help. 4 CHECK YOUR ■■ Log in to monitor your application status at APPLY.USASK.CA. APPLICATION ■■ Check when supplemental items have been received or STATUS whether additional items are needed, and see when a decision has been made on your application.
SUBMIT YOUR IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY IN HIGH SCHOOL: 5 SUPPLEMENTAL SASKATCHEWAN STUDENTS ITEMS ■■ Request official transcripts to be sent directly to USask by the Ministry of Education: ££ as soon as possible, ££ after January exams 2020 and ££ after June exams 2020. OUT-OF-PROVINCE STUDENTS ■■ Upload a copy of your most up-to-date report card or transcript. ■■ When you graduate, arrange to have your final, official transcript of marks sent directly to USask via postal mail by the appropriate authority, such as your provincial Ministry of Education. IF YOU HAVE EVER TAKEN CLASSES OR COMPLETED A PROGRAM AT ANOTHER COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY: ■■ Upload a copy of your most recent transcript showing marks for all classes you have completed. ■■ Arrange to have a final, official transcript mailed or couriered directly to USask by the institution(s) you attended. IF PROOF OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY IS REQUIRED: ■■ Arrange for English proficiency test scores to be sent directly to USask by the testing organization. ACCEPT YOUR OFFER If you receive an offer of admission, accept your offer online 6 OF ADMISSION to officially become a USask student. CONGRATULATIONS! Share your #USASK moment
Non-direct entry Undergraduate programs Agriculture The following programs require and Bioresources previous post-secondary study. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRIBUSINESS Dentistry BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN DENTISTRY BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE ¡¡ Agricultural Biology DOCTOR OF DENTAL MEDICINE ¡¡ Agricultural Economics ¡¡ Agronomy ¡¡ Animal Science INTERNATIONAL DENTAL DEGREE PROGRAM ¡¡ Applied Plant Ecology ¡¡ Crop Science Law ¡¡ Environmental Science JURIS DOCTOR ¡¡ Food and Bioproduct Sciences ■■ French Common Law Option ¡¡ Horticultural Science ¡¡ Soil Science JURIS DOCTOR AND MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COMBINED DEGREE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ANIMAL BIOSCIENCE Medicine BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN RENEWABLE DOCTOR OF MEDICINE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ■■ Certificate in Global Health ¡¡ Resource Economics and Policy ¡¡ Resource Science Nursing DIPLOMAS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING ¡¡ Agribusiness ¡¡ Agronomy Nutrition ¡¡ Kanawayihetaytan Askiy (Let Us Take Care of the BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NUTRITION Land) ££ Aboriginal Lands Goverance ££ Aboriginal Resource Management Pharmacy DOCTOR OF PHARMACY CERTIFICATES ¡¡ Kanawayihetaytan Askiy (Let Us Take Care of Physical Therapy the Land) ¡¡ Prairie Horticulture (non-degree) MASTER OF PHYSICAL THERAPY ££ Fruit and Vegetable Production ££ Greenhouse Crop Production Veterinary Medicine ££ Landscaping and Arboriculture ££ Nursery Crop Production DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE ■■ Certificate in One Health MINORS ■■ Certificate in Rotating Small Animal Veterinary ¡¡ Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Internship ¡¡ Applied Microbiology ■■ Certificate in Specialty Internship in Veterinary ¡¡ Biotechnology ¡¡ Field Crop Production Graduate and Postdoctoral ¡¡ Nutrition ¡¡ Rangeland Resources Studies ¡¡ Toxicology FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF MASTER’S AND PH.D. PROGRAMS, VISIT GRAD.USASK.CA.
programs Arts and Science BACHELOR OF ARTS ¡¡ Studio Art ¡¡ Archaeology and Anthropology ¡¡ Women’s and Gender Studies ¡¡ Business Economics ¡¡ Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Studies BACHELOR OF ARTS AND SCIENCE ¡¡ Drama ¡¡ Environment and Society ££ Theatre History ¡¡ Health Studies ¡¡ Economics ££ Biology, Development and Health ¡¡ English ££ Individual, Society and Health ¡¡ French ££ Culture, Environment and Health ¡¡ History ¡¡ Interactive Systems Design ¡¡ Indigenous Studies ££ Professional Internship Option ¡¡ International Studies ¡¡ Linguistics BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS ££ General and Applied Linguistics ¡¡ Drama ££ Languages and Speech Sciences ££ Acting ¡¡ Modern Languages ££ Design ££ French ¡¡ Studio Art ££ Spanish ¡¡ Music BACHELOR OF MUSIC ¡¡ Philosophy ¡¡ Individualized ¡¡ Political Studies ¡¡ Performance ¡¡ Psychology ¡¡ Regional and Urban Planning BACHELOR OF MUSIC – MUSIC EDUCATION ¡¡ Religion and Culture ¡¡ Sociology ¡¡ Early/Middle Years ££ Indigenous Justice and Criminology ¡¡ Secondary BACHELOR OF SCIENCE St. Thomas More ¡¡ Anatomy and Cell Biology ¡¡ Applied Mathematics ¡¡ Archaeology St. Thomas More College (STM) is a Catholic liberal ¡¡ Biochemistry arts college federated with USask and located on its ¡¡ Bioinformatics main campus in Saskatoon. STM offers over 250 Arts ££ Professional Internship Option and Science classes in which all USask students are ¡¡ Biology welcome to enrol, whether as part of their Arts and ¡¡ Chemistry Science degree or as electives complementing their ¡¡ Computer Science degrees from other colleges on campus. The college ££ Professional Internship Option offers smaller class-sizes, award-winning faculty and ££ Software Engineering Option many course options in the areas of social justice, as ¡¡ Environmental Biology well as community service learning options. STM ¡¡ Environmental Earth Sciences also offers the following unique Arts and Science ££ Co-operative Education Option programs: ¡¡ Food Science ¡¡ Geology ■■ Philosophy Major ¡¡ Geophysics ■■ Catholic Studies Minor ¡¡ Mathematical Physics ■■ Social Justice and the Common Good Minor ¡¡ Mathematics ■■ Ukrainian Studies Minor ¡¡ Microbiology and Immunology ■■ Jewish and Christian Origins Certificate ¡¡ Palaeobiology
Education ¡¡ Physics BACHELOR OF EDUCATION ££ Astronomy ¡¡ Early/Middle Years ££ Plasma, Space and Atmospheric Physics ¡¡ Secondary ££ Professional Internship Option ¡¡ Sequential Music ££ Material Science ¡¡ Technical Vocational ££ Nuclear Physics ££ Theoretical Physics COMBINED BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ¡¡ Physiology and Pharmacology KINESIOLOGY/BACHELOR OF EDUCATION ¡¡ Psychology ¡¡ Statistics INDIGENOUS PROGRAMS ¡¡ Toxicology ¡¡ Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP) ¡¡ Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education CERTIFICATES Program (SUNTEP) ¡¡ wîcêhtowin Theatre CERTIFICATES ¡¡ Biological Research ¡¡ Career and Guidance Studies ¡¡ Classical and Medieval Latin ¡¡ English as an Additional Language ¡¡ Computing ¡¡ Indigenous Languages ¡¡ Criminology and Addictions ¡¡ Internationally Educated Teachers ¡¡ Ethics, Justice and Law ¡¡ Leadership in Post-Secondary Education ¡¡ Global Studies ¡¡ Practical and Applied Arts ¡¡ Indigenous Governance and Politics ££ Home Economics ¡¡ Jazz ££ Industrial Arts ¡¡ Politics and Law ¡¡ Secondary Technical Vocational Education ¡¡ Post-degree Specialization Certificate in Economics ¡¡ Special Education ¡¡ Study of Indigenous Storytelling ¡¡ Teaching English as a Second Language MINORS ¡¡ Astronomy ¡¡ Canadian Literature in English Edwards School ¡¡ Classics ¡¡ Crime, Law and Justice Studies of Business ¡¡ Entrepreneurship ¡¡ Geomatics BACHELOR OF COMMERCE ¡¡ German ¡¡ Accounting ¡¡ Spanish ¡¡ Finance ¡¡ Water Science ¡¡ Human Resources ¡¡ Management ¡¡ Marketing ¡¡ Operations Management CERTIFICATES ¡¡ Aboriginal Business Administration Dentistry ¡¡ Business ¡¡ Entrepreneurship STREAMS CERTIFICATE ¡¡ Global Business Stream ¡¡ Dental Assisting ¡¡ Advanced Global Business Stream OPTIONS ¡¡ Edwards Co-operative Education Program
Environment and Sustainability Engineering CERTIFICATES BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING ¡¡ Sustainability ¡¡ Chemical Engineering ££ Natural Resources and Sustainability ££ Biochemical Option ££ Community and Sustainability ££ Mineral Processing Option ££ Food Systems and Sustainability ££ Petroleum Option ¡¡ Civil Engineering ¡¡ Computer Engineering ££ Computer Software ££ Digital Signal Processing and Applications ££ Digital Systems ¡¡ Electrical Engineering Kinesiology ££ Digital Signal Processing and Applications ££ Power and Energy ££ Sensors, Circuits and Devices BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN KINESIOLOGY ¡¡ Engineering Physics ¡¡ Environmental Engineering ¡¡ Exercise and Sport Studies ££ Leisure and Sport Administration ¡¡ Geological Engineering ££ Mining Option ££ Professional Health and Fitness ¡¡ Mechanical Engineering ££ Mining Option COMBINED BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN KINESIOLOGY/BACHELOR OF EDUCATION CERTIFICATES MINORS ¡¡ Professional Communication ¡¡ Technological Innovation ¡¡ Entrepreneurship ¡¡ Nutrition OPTIONS ¡¡ Engineering Professional Internship Program Visit ADMISSIONS.USASK.CA for more information about all programs at the University of Saskatchewan.
Our alumni and Our faculty alumni More than 156,000 alumni living worldwide 303 recipients of the 9 Premiers Order of Canada of Canadian provinces 1 USASK 3 Justices of the Prime Minister Supreme Court of Canada of Canada 2 Nobel Prize winners 70 Rhodes Scholars 1 Oscar winner 7 Governor General’s Literary Award winners
Learn Where You Live If you live in Saskatchewan, you may choose to learn where you live and complete a few classes or your entire degree at one of our off‑campus sites. The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has partnered You can begin your USask program and, in some with Saskatchewan education institutions for over 40 cases, complete a degree without leaving your home years to provide students with opportunities to study community. This flexibility will allow you greater balance and learn close to home. with family, work and other life commitments. Smaller class sizes with more student/teacher interaction, Today, approximately 1,500 USask students study program and career counselling, essay writing support, at off‑campus sites through face-to-face, online, tutorials and course-focused group discussions are independent study and live-streamed classes. available at all off-campus sites. NORTHLANDS COLLEGE La Ronge, Creighton, Île-à-la-Crosse, Buffalo Narrows S A S K AT C H E W A N USASK PRINCE ALBERT CAMPUS Prince Albert CUMBERLAND COLLEGE LA RONGE Melfort, Nipawin, Tisdale NORTH WEST PRINCE ALBERT COLLEGE NORTH BATTLEFORD ST. PETER’S North Battleford, MELFORT COLLEGE Meadow Lake Muenster SASKATOON MUENSTER REGINA PARKLAND YORKTON COLLEGE SWIFT CURRENT Yorkton, Canora, Fort Qu’Appelle, Melville GREAT USASK REGINA PLAINS NURSING COLLEGE CAMPUS Swift Current Regina 11
SUPPORT for students Starting university is one of the biggest transitions you will make in life. At the University of Saskatchewan (USask) we have supports in place to help you through this transition and your university career. STUDENT LEARNING SERVICES ACCESS AND EQUITY SERVICES Student Learning Services (SLS) helps students make Access and Equity Services is guided by Saskatchewan’s the most out of their academic experience at USask. SLS Human Rights legislation and the duty to accommodate offers workshops, online resources and tutors to help individuals based on a medical or learning disability, students with writing, studying, math and statistics. religion, family status (including pregnancy) or gender identity. Services include exam/academic accommodations, USSU CENTRES notetaking, classroom changes, alternate format textbooks, assistive technology and academic strategy. The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union (USSU) operates a number of centres for enhancing the student experience. These centres include the Women’s THERAPY DOGS Centre, Pride Centre, Help Centre, and Food Centre. St. John Ambulance therapy dogs visit campus frequently The USSU centres are open to all students, and provide to help students de-stress. Petting a dog can increase levels resources, support and services in a warm, positive of the stress-reducing hormone oxytocin and decrease the atmosphere. production of the stress hormone cortisol. 12
LEARNING COMMUNITIES Learn to adapt more quickly to university and benefit from the mentorship of successful upper-year students by registering in a Learning Community (LC) in your college. In an LC, you will get to know a small group of other new students who are taking some of the same courses as you—courses that you share an interest in, or courses that are part of your degree requirements. Participating in a LC is one of the best ways for you to take charge of your learning and to develop skills to help you succeed in this new academic environment. It is also a great opportunity to make new friends! STUDENT WELLNESS CENTRE The Student Wellness Centre offers urgent and non‑urgent physical and mental health care to USask students and their spouses and children. CHILDCARE AND COMMUNITY USask operates three child-care centres and offers convenient breastfeeding locations for nursing mothers. In addition, Parents on Campus is a community group focused on providing support, advocacy and events for USask families. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT AND STUDY ABROAD CENTRE Visit the International Student and Study Abroad Centre to meet students from around the world, learn about opportunities to study abroad or access services for international students. ABORIGINAL STUDENTS' CENTRE Staff at the Aboriginal Students' Centre (ASC) are committed to supporting the personal and academic success of Métis, First Nations and Inuit students. ASC creates an inclusive community through personal, social, cultural and academic programs and services held throughout the academic year. GET INVOLVED AND BUILD CONNECTIONS Take advantage of our beautiful and bustling campus life by joining one of our 160 plus campus clubs, attending a game for one of the 15 Huskie athletics teams, visiting one of the seven on-campus art galleries and museums, or exercising in the state-of-the-art Physical Activity Complex. 13
Fund Your Education SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS Guaranteed Entrance Scholarships Competitive Entrance Awards You will automatically be considered for a Guaranteed VALUE: $500 – $32,000 Entrance Scholarship when you apply for admission. These scholarships recognize your academic APPLY FOR ADMISSION BY: FEB 15 achievements and are awarded based on your admission APPLY FOR AWARDS BY: MAR 1 average. 95% OR GREATER $3,000 If you apply for admission during Competitive Entrance Awards include numerous schol- your Grade 12 year, your average arships and bursaries that can be accessed by many 93% TO 94.9% $2,000 will be calculated twice—once students with diverse experiences. Applicants can be at the time of admission and 90% TO 92.9% $1,000 again following your graduation. considered based on academic achievement, financial Your scholarship amount will be based on your highest average. need and/or contributions to school and community 85% TO 89.9% $500 life, and some awards recognize particular backgrounds, acknowledge contributions to certain clubs and/or Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships reward achievement in music and athletics. All entering students are encouraged to apply. VALUE: UP TO $40,000 APPLY FOR ADMISSION BY: DEC 1 APPLY FOR AWARDS BY: DEC 15 Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships include USask’s highest valued, renewable entrance scholarships and are awarded based on academics, leadership and contributions to school and community life. These scholarships require the submission of a separate awards application after you apply for admission. Circle of Honour Awards Five of USask’s Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships are designated for Aboriginal students. These scholarships range in value from $24,000 to $40,000 over four years and are awarded to recognize academic excellence and community engagement. “The Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship gave me motivation to pursue post-secondary education and created a greater sense of belonging. It affirmed that the University of At the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan is where I am entering students are eligible to receive supposed to be." a Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship in addition to a Best and Brightest Entrance CATHY MOELLENBECK Scholarship or Competitive Entrance Award. BACHELOR OF COMMERCE IN FINANCE STUDENT HOMETOWN: LAKE LENORE, SK SCHOLARSHIPS, BURSARIES AND AWARDS WON: Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship 14
Plan Your Finances TUITION Tuition for most undergraduate programs at USask is calculated by adding up the cost of each individual class in which you enroll. For many programs, there is a wide range of classes from which you can choose, giving you a great deal of flexibility in terms of your schedule and budget. Student fees are used to fund specific student benefits offered as part of your university education. These include fees to support athletics and recreation programs, student services, health and dental plans, your students’ union and the U-Pass Universal Transit Pass that allows you unlimited travel during the school year with Saskatoon Transit. These estimates reflect the average tuition you could expect to pay per year if you enroll in a full course load (the maximum number of courses allowed). COLLEGE CANADIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Agriculture and Bioresources $6,613 $18,053 Arts and Science $6,755 $18,441 Education $6,810 $18,591 TUITION* Edwards School of Business $7,775 $21,226 Engineering $8,755 $23,901 Kinesiology $6,672 $18,215 STUDENT FEES* $947 $947 TEXTBOOKS AND SUPPLIES** $1,000-$2,000 $1,000-$2,000 *2019-2020 tuition and student fee estimates for undergraduate students enrolled full-time at the main Saskatoon campus over Fall and Winter Terms (September–April) are represented. International undergraduate tuition rates are assessed at 2.73 times the rate for Canadian citizens and permanent residents. ** Expected textbook costs and required supplies vary widely from program to program, and this estimate is meant only as a guideline for budgeting purposes. RESIDENCE Living in Residence offers many benefits to students, including many amenities you may otherwise have to pay for separately if living off-campus. These can include convenient meal plans, laundry, internet and utilities like electricity and water. RESIDENCE COMPLEX RATE PER PERSON, SEPTEMBER-APRIL VOYAGEUR PLACE Double unit $9,059 Includes unlimited meal plan, utilities, high speed internet and laundry Single unit $10,049 COLLEGE QUARTER Three- or four-bedroom $6,416 Includes utilities, cable TV, wireless and wired internet, telephone (free local calling) and laundry Two-bedroom $7,392 One-bedroom $8,360 Studio unit $7,040 SEAGER WHEELER One bedroom in Includes utilities, cable TV, wireless and wired internet, telephone (free local calling) a six-bedroom unit $3,904 and laundry 2019-2020 rental rates (8 month term) are represented. TUITION STUDENT FEES $947 TEXTBOOKS AND SUPPLIES $1,000–$2,000 RESIDENCE USASK EXPENSE ESTIMATE $ 15
Admission Requirements 1 GRADUATION FROM HIGH SCHOOL If you are still completing high school, you can be considered for admission if you show that you will meet the requirements for your chosen program. 2 ADMISSION AVERAGE For high school students or graduates, an admission average is calculated using marks for five acceptable Grade 12 (senior-level) subjects: ■■ ONE Mathematics ■■ ONE English ■■ THREE other acceptable Grade 12 (senior-level) subjects from the following: ££ Maximum of TWO natural sciences ££ Maximum of TWO social sciences or humanities ££ Maximum of ONE fine or performing art 16
ROLLING ADMISSION Applications are considered throughout the admissions cycle and admission is offered on a first-qualified, first-accepted basis until seats are filled. MINIMUM COLLEGE DEGREE/DIPLOMA ADMISSION DEADLINES AVERAGE ■■ Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness ■■ Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Application deadline for 2020 Fall Term (September): AGRICULTURE AND ■■ ■■ Bachelor of Science in Renewable 70% February 15 BIORESOURCES Resource Management ■■ Document deadline: March 1 ■■ Diploma in Agribusiness ■■ Diploma in Agronomy ■■ Bachelor of Arts ■■ Bachelor of Arts and Science ■■ Bachelor of Fine Arts 70% For international applicants: ■■ Bachelor of Science ■■ Application deadline for 2020 Fall Term (September): May 1 ■■ Document deadline: June 1 ■■ Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Music – Music Education For Canadian citizens and permanent residents: ARTS AND SCIENCE ■■ ■■ Application deadline: August 15 Scheduled auditions take place March 7 70% and April 18, 2020. Applicants are strongly ■■ Document deadline: August 15 encouraged to apply by February 15 or Applicants are encouraged to apply early since class March 1, depending on their preferred registration opens in June. audition date, or must contact the Department of Music to arrange to audition. ■■ Bachelor of Commerce Expected target EDWARDS SCHOOL OF average is BUSINESS 75%* ■■ Application deadline for the 2020 Fall Term (September): May 1 ■■ Bachelor of Science in Engineering ■■ Document deadline: June 1 Expected target ENGINEERING average is 80%* *Applicants with an average below the expected target are encouraged to apply if they have a minimum average of 70%. They may receive an offer of admission pending available seats. COMPETITIVE RANKING-BASED ADMISSION Applicants are ranked competitively by admission average following the application deadline and spaces will be offered to the top applicants. DEGREE/ EARLY COLLEGE REGULAR ADMISSION DEADLINES DIPLOMA ADMISSION AGRICULTURE AND ■■ Bachelor of Science in Based on a competitive ranking 80% BIORESOURCES Animal Bioscience Expected target average: 75% Deadline to apply ■■ Bachelor of Science in Based on a competitive ranking for early admission: December 1 KINESIOLOGY Kinesiology 90% Expected target average: 85% Documents: December 1 Based on a competitive ranking Deadline to apply ■■ Bachelor of Education 80% Expected target average: 70% for regular admission: February 15 EDUCATION Documents: March 1 ■■ Combined Bachelor of Early admission is Based on competitive ranking Science in Kinesiology/ not offered for this Expected target average: N/A* Bachelor of Education* program. *Pending University Senate approval as a direct-entry program. Since this is the first year the program may be offered as direct-entry, we do not have an expected target average. Please visit admissions.usask.ca for more information. TRANSFER Please consult admissions.usask.ca for more information about applying to transfer to the University of Saskatchewan. SPECIAL ADMISSION AND UNIVERSITY TRANSITION If you do not meet regular admission requirements, you may be considered for special (mature) admission or special consideration, or offered the opportunity to enroll in the Arts and Science Transition Program. Visit admissions.usask.ca for more information. 17
3 SUBJECTS REQUIRED FOR YOUR COLLEGE/ PROGRAM In addition to meeting the admission average requirement, you must also meet prerequisite subject requirements for your college or program: DEGREE OR DIPLOMA REQUIRED GRADE 12 SENIOR-LEVEL SUBJECTS ■■ Bachelor of Science in Animal ■■ Biology Bioscience ■■ Chemistry No deficiencies are allowed. ■■ Mathematics ■■ Bachelor of Science in Agriculture ■■ Biology AGRICULTURE AND ■■ Bachelor of Science in Renewable ■■ Chemistry Resource Management ■■ Mathematics Applicants may be admitted with BIORESOURCES ■■ Diploma in Agronomy one subject deficiency that must ■■ Bachelor of Science in ■■ Biology or Chemistry or be cleared before the second year Agribusiness Physics of study. ■■ Diploma in Agribusiness ■■ Mathematics ■■ Bachelor of Arts ■■ Mathematics Applicants may be admitted with ■■ Bachelor of Arts and Science a mathematics deficiency but are ■■ Bachelor of Fine Arts encouraged to consult with the ARTS AND SCIENCE ■■ Bachelor of Music college upon admission to plan ■■ Bachelor of Music – Music how to clear the deficiency. Education ■■ Bachelor of Science ■■ Bachelor of Education ■■ Biology or Chemistry or n applicant is permitted to be A Physics or Geology deficient in up to two of these ■■ History or Social Studies or subject areas. If admitted, students Native Studies must clear any deficiencies before ■■ Language (other than English) entering the second year of study. or Fine or Performing Art EDUCATION ■■ Mathematics ■■ Combined Bachelor of Science ■■ Biology Deficiences are not allowed in the in Kinesiology/Bachelor of ■■ Chemistry or Physics combined program. Education* ■■ Mathematics ■■ Bachelor of Commerce ■■ Mathematics Pending approval, applicants may be admitted with a mathematics EDWARDS SCHOOL OF deficiency. If admitted, students BUSINESS must clear the deficiency before entering the second year of study. ■■ Bachelor of Science in ■■ Chemistry A minimum grade of 70% is Engineering ■■ Physics required in each of these courses. ENGINEERING ■■ Pre-Calculus Mathematics ■■ Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology ■■ Biology ■■ Chemistry or Physics KINESIOLOGY ■■ Mathematics *Pending University Senate approval as a direct-entry program. While not required for admission, in order to study some university-level courses, you are required to have completed certain high school classes. For example: ■■ to study university-level biology, chemistry or physics, the Grade 12 (senior-level) course of the same subject is required. ■■ to study university-level calculus, Grade 12 (senior-level) pre-calculus or a university-level pre-calculus class is required. Visit admissions.usask.ca for province-specific subject requirements. 18
4 ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY Applicants whose first language is not English must present proof of English language proficiency. COMMON TERMS AND QUALFICATIONS MINIMUM SCORE REQUIRED IELTS ACADEMIC* 6.5 overall band score with minimum individual scores of: International English Language Testing System Reading: 6 | Listening: 6 | Speaking: 6 | Writing: 6 TOEFL (INTERNET BASED)* 86 with minimum individual scores of: Test of English as a Foreign Language Reading: 19 | Listening: 19 | Speaking: 19 | Writing: 19 INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE (IB) 5 English A1 or A2 Higher Level or English B Higher Level Completion of the IB Diploma Programme also meets the English language proficiency requirement for admission. ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) 4 English COMPLETION OF HIGH SCHOOL (SECONDARY) OR Years of full-time study in an approved English-medium secondary POST-SECONDARY STUDIES IN ENGLISH program If study occurred more than five years ago, additional proof of English language ■■ At least 3 years of full-time study including Grades 10, 11, and 12, as well as proficiency may be required. successful completion of Grade 12 English Language Arts A30 and B30 (or equivalents) Students from overseas schools offering a Canadian education system curriculum in English require a minimum grade of 65% on their Grade 12 English course(s) ■■ At least 2.5 years of full-time study including Grades 11 and 12, as well as successful completion of Grade 12 English Language Arts A30 and B30 (or equivalents) with minimum final grades of 70% ■■ At least 2 years of full-time study including Grades 11 and 12, as well as successful completion of Grade 12 English Language Arts A30 and B30 (or equivalents) with minimum final grades of 80% Years of full-time study in a recognized post-secondary institution where English is the official language of instruction and examination* ■■ Successful completion of at least one year of full-time study in a degree program ■■ Successful completion of a minimum two-year diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution in Canada ■■ Successful completion of a minimum three-year diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution outside of Canada * The institution must declare English to be the only language of instruction and examination throughout the institution, not just in select departments. UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN LANGUAGE CENTRE ■■ Successful completion of U-Prep 2 ■■ Successful completion of U-Bridge 2 *All scores must be from one exam date, not to be combined with other exam dates. Tests are valid for two years after the testing date. Scores must be valid (no more than two years old) at the beginning of the student's first term of registration in the undergraduate program. If you are academically qualified for admission but do not meet the university’s English language proficiency requirement, you can qualify for joint admission by enrolling in the University of Saskatchewan Language Centre for English language study. 19
Important dates 2019 27 September Applications open for admission for the 2020-2021 academic year Applications open for: ■■ Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships ■■ Competitive Entrance Awards 1 Deadline to apply for early admission for 2020 Fall Term (September) for: December ■■ Kinesiology ■■ Bachelor of Education ■■ Bachelor of Science in Animal Bioscience eadline to apply for admission to be eligible to apply for Best and D Brightest Entrance Scholarships 15 Deadline to submit the application for Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships and supporting documents required for specific awards 2020 15 Deadline to apply for regular admission for 2020 Fall Term (September) for: February ■■ Agriculture and Bioresources ■■ Kinesiology ■■ Bachelor of Education ■■ Combined Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology/Bachelor of Education* ast day to apply for admission to be eligible to apply for Competitive L Entrance Awards 1 Deadline to submit transcripts and other supporting documents for: March ■■ Agriculture and Bioresources ■■ Kinesiology ■■ Bachelor of Education ■■ Combined Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology/Bachelor of Education* eadline to submit transcripts and other supporting documents for your D application for admission if applying for Competitive Entrance Awards Deadline to submit the application for Competitive Entrance Awards and supporting documents required for specific awards *Pending University Senate approval as a direct-entry program. Please visit admissions.usask.ca for more information. 20
2020 1 Deadline to apply for admission for 2020 Fall Term (September) for: May ■■ Edwards School of Business ■■ Engineering Deadline for international applicants to apply for admission for 2020 Fall Term (September) for: ■■ Arts and Science Learning Communities sign-up opens 1 Deadline to submit transcripts and other supporting documents for: June ■■ Edwards School of Business ■■ Engineering Deadline for international applicants to submit transcripts and other supporting documents for: ■■ Arts and Science Class registration opens for 2020 Fall Term (September-December) and 2021 Winter Term (January-April) 15 August Deadline for Canadian citizens and permanent residents to apply for admission and submit transcripts and other supporting documents for: ■■ Arts and Science SPRING AND SUMMER CLASSES Many new students elect to begin their studies early by choosing to take classes during the spring or summer. Spring and summer students enjoy flexible class options lasting a couple of weeks to a couple months, and choose to start early for a number of reasons, including: ■■ getting a head start on your degree program, ■■ focusing on a tough class you want to get out of the way, or ■■ completing a prerequisite class you need to move forward in your degree. Interested? Choose the 2020 Spring Term (May–June) or 2020 Summer Term (July–August) when applying for admission. To learn more visit summer.usask.ca or contact our friendly staff at email@example.com.
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