The university leads numerous initiatives to support our university plan.
To understand how lives have changed, and to gather ideas about our post-pandemic university.
USask has selected a new Learning Management System (LMS) vendor, Canvas, to support our campus community with an improved student learning experience consistent with our principles.
Determining how to best support the university’s interconnected needs for student, finance, human resources, procurement, and other services.
USask is applying new IT security standards to university computers to help reduce the risk of cyber attacks and protect the information of the institution and members of the university community.
USask is committed to a future where the university's direct business relationships with Indigenous suppliers are representative of the Indigenous population in Saskatchewan.
USask has updated it's strategy to implement sustainability into all areas of campus life, reduce our carbon footprint, and prepare our students to be leaders fit for complex problems.
To create an environment that promotes and supports the health and well-being of all who study and work at our campuses.
As USask’s license with our current provider comes up for renewal we are launching a project to ensure we implement the best tool to meet our needs as we rely more and more on web and videoconferencing software.
Reimagining the Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus.