You're invited: U of S wants input on future of campus

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) wants to develop a new master plan, one that will shape the campus for decades to come, and is asking for input from the public.

Members of the community are invited to a public event where their ideas will help guide the creation of a new campus master plan.

 Tuesday, June 13
5 – 7 pm
Amigos Cantina
806 Dufferin Avenue

The plan will provide a framework for future development on the U of S campus, including guiding the construction of new buildings and open spaces, conserving existing assets, defining transportation options, enhancing the Indigenous presence and culture, and connecting the surrounding community and landscape.

The university has had three previous master plans, published in 1909, 1954 and 2003.


For more information, please contact:

Colin Tennent
Strategic advisor, master planning and university architect
University of Saskatchewan
Office: 306-966-4532
Cell: 306-341-4624

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