Colleges and Schools
- Agriculture and Bioresources
- Arts and Science
- Edwards School of Business
- Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
- Pharmacy and Nutrition
- School of Environment and Sustainability
- School of Rehabilitation Science
- St. Thomas More College
- University of Saskatchewan Language Centre
- Western College of Veterinary Medicine
Theological and Affiliated Colleges
510 College Drive
Caronport SK S0H 0S0
Founded in 1935, Briercrest College is a Christian post-secondary institution that is accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education. Located in Caronport, Saskatchewan, the extensively developed 160-acre campus is also home to Briercrest Distance Learning and Caronport High School. For more information on Briercrest College, please visit their website: www.briercrest.ca.
114 Seminary Crescent
Saskatoon SK S7N 0X3
Emmanuel College was founded in Prince Albert in 1879 by the Right Reverend John McLean, first bishop of those parts of the North West Territories then known as "Saskatchewan" and comprising most of the present Provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Northern Manitoba. In 1883 the college was established and incorporated by Act of the Dominion Parliament as the "University of Saskatchewan". When, in 1909, the Provincial University was established in Saskatoon, Emmanuel College moved to that city, and became an affiliated college of the Provincial University. While still retaining University status, it relinquished its title to the Provincial University, and by further Act of Parliament received the title of "University of Emmanuel College". Emmanuel College from that time confined its work to theology, all Arts subjects being taught in the Provincial University.
St. Chad's College was established in the City of Regina in 1907 by the Right Reverend John Grisdale, third Bishop of Qu'Appelle, for the training of students in Divinity. It also was recognized by the Provincial University and carried affiliation status.
In 1964, Emmanuel College and St. Chad's College were amalgamated under the name of the "College of Emmanuel and St. Chad," thus establishing on the Saskatoon Campus one college for the training of ministers for the Anglican Church of Canada. For more information, please visit the website: www.usask.ca/stu/emmanuel.
1303 Jackson Avenue
Saskatoon SK S7H 2M9
"Preparing men & women for Bible-Centered Christian Life & Ministry"
The campus of Horizon College and Seminary is located in a quiet residential neighborhood in Saskatoon. Horizon’s intimate campus is perfect for creating a close-knit group of students. Facilities include men’s and women’s residences, a professionally catered dining hall, as well as lecture theatre, bookstore, chapel, library, classrooms, and networked computer labs.
Horizon College and Seminary is a theological college of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada and is incorporated as a post-secondary training institution in the Province of Saskatchewan. We are an affiliate college of the University of Saskatchewan and are an accredited member of The Association for Biblical Higher Education. For more information, please visit the website: http://www.horizon.edu/.
114 Seminary Crescent
Saskatoon SK S7N 0X3
Lutheran Theological Seminary was established on September 1, 1965. It is the successor to Lutheran College & Seminary (1913 A.D.) and Luther Theological Seminary (1939 A.D.). For more information, please visit the website: www.usask.ca/stu/luther.
1121 College Drive
Saskatoon SK S7N 0W3
This College, established by the General Assembly of Presbyterian Church in Canada in 1912, was incorporated in 1913 as the Presbyterian Theological College, Saskatoon, and authorized to confer degrees in Divinity. In 1924 its name was changed to St. Andrew's College. On June 10, 1925, it passed into The United Church of Canada. It is now recognized by the United Church as its primary centre for theological education for ordination for the Prairie region. St. Andrew's College operates in cooperation with the Anglican College of Emmanuel and St. Chad and the Lutheran Theological Seminary in the Saskatoon Theological Union. For more information, please visit the website: www.standrews.ca.
PO Box 40
Muenster SK S0K 2Y0
Shaped by a rich history that stretches over one hundred years, St. Peter’s College is an independent, post-secondary institution affiliated with the University of Saskatchewan. St. Peter’s College is located 120 kilometres east of Saskatoon, along Highway #5, on the edge of the Village of Muenster. The nearest city is Humboldt, only 11 kilometres away.
St. Peter's College provides a small, friendly, campus atmosphere where students are encouraged, and indeed expected, to engage in the critical dialogue essential to lifelong learning. This is an opportunity to take advantage of your status as a University of Saskatchewan student and enjoy the benefits of the supportive network of a smaller learning community and unique environment. For more information, please visit the website: www.stpeterscollege.ca
Room 7, McLean Hall
University of Saskatchewan
106 Wiggins Road
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5E6
SUNTEP Prince Albert
48 - 12th Street East
Prince Albert, SK S6V 1B2
In May, 1994, the University of Saskatchewan and the Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research entered into an affiliation agreement that established the Gabriel Dumont College. As a result of the partnership, Gabriel Dumont College offers courses for credit toward a degree in the College of Arts and Science. GDC courses are offered in Saskatoon, at the University of Saskatchewan, and in Prince Albert.
GDC provides an academic, cultural and social environment that encourages learning and academic excellence among its students, enhances their self-image, while at the same time stressing the high value of Métis culture. For more information, please visit the website: http://www.gdins.org/.