Week of Reflection

Against the background of the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) traditional hues of green and white, orange stands out as a vitally important and powerfully symbolic colour for Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. Its meaning is especially clear as we begin a Week of Reflection leading up to the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Sept. 30.

Ambitious goal of $500 million will be reached with support and generosity of community

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) will honour the remarkable public service of Father André Poilièvre during USask Fall Convocation next month.

You could say a little “love” is being shown to the tennis courts sitting behind the Education building on the University of Saskatchewan campus.

Meewasin Valley Authority and University of Saskatchewan Renew Memorandum of Understanding to Strengthen Environmental and Sustainability Collaboration

On Sept. 12, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) held its first Giving Day, in support of the Be What the World Needs Campaign.

The one day fundraising initiative will support featured projects at USask and all donations made will contribute to the university’s Be What the World Needs comprehensive campaign.