“A shared responsibility and purpose”

Northern community honours the graduates of the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Cree Teacher Education Program.

When Mika Rathwell’s family immigrated to Saskatchewan in the 1960s, they were one of the very few Indian families in the province.

Alexis Ashworth pivots her focus from nursing studies at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) to Olympic weightlifting.

Dr. Thilina Bandara (PhD) describes the University of Saskatchewan (USask) as a second home.

The blended learning model of the Kanawayihetaytan Askiy Certificate was the perfect fit for Angie Mose.

When Mariane Andrea Docabo chose to apply to the University of Saskatchewan (USask), she wanted to study in an environment where she was surrounded by people from various cultural backgrounds.

Lu Wang was approaching 40 years old when he decided to pursue a career in law at the University of Saskatchewan (USask). Now, as a law school graduate, Wang is hoping he can help his Mandarin-speaking community feel more confident with legal language.