Student SupportFor undergraduate students
A number of organizations work to support University of Saskatchewan students, including:
- The Kinesiology Students' Society (KiSS) provides an opportunity to get involved and make a difference. Students on the council are elected by their fellow students. They are strong advocates for the College of Kinesiology, the University of Saskatchewan and the Saskatoon community as a whole.
- The University of Saskatchewan Students' Union (USSU) is proud to provide a wide variety of services to enhance the student experience at the University of Saskatchewan. Explore the USSU services section to learn more about what the USSU offers, including academic support, student clubs, health and dental programs, public transit passes, and more.
- The Aboriginal Students' Centre (ASC) recognizes that students may be overwhlemed within the university setting and prides itself on creating a community within the centre and supporting students in as many ways as possible.
- Parent Resources are provided on campus by a group of students, staff and faculty concerned with supporting those who balance work and study with the responsibilities of parenting. Resources are provided in collaboration with the Women’s Center, USSU, and Student Health services and include provision of child-friendly and breastfeeding spaces around campus, regular meetings and monthly informational sessions, and advocates for pregnancy and parent-related academic accommodations.