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Your First Days

Your first day of classes is included in the information you received from Registration Services. This day varies by program and is usually different than the welcome events.

Your tuition and fees are due on the first day of your program. Tuition and fees can be paid online by credit or debit card using Administrative Services on the Students tab of mySaskPolytech. Cash, cheque, credit or debit card is accepted at our Registration Services offices. Additional information about Internet and telephone banking options is also available on our Tuition Fees page.

Your student photo ID is generally produced within the first week classes. Your program will make arrangements for you to have your photo taken and receive your ID card.

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Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Moose Jaw campus is located in the friendly city of Moose Jaw. Our faculty and staff are committed to providing a quality learning environment to students of all ages, backgrounds and cultures.

Moose Jaw is a city in south-central Saskatchewan on the Moose Jaw River that was founded in 1882. It is 77 km west of Regina.

With tourism, service and distribution industries, Moose Jaw is at the junction of the east-west rail and the Trans-Canada highway, with its north-south rail to Chicago.

With a modest population of 35,000, Moose Jaw’s celebration of heritage and history makes it unique.


Location

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Moose Jaw Campus
600 Saskatchewan Street and 6th Avenue NW


Mailing Address

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Moose Jaw Campus
PO Box 1420
Moose Jaw SK  S6H 4R4

Parking

Pay parking is in effect for staff, students and visitors.

Parking

Moose Jaw campus parking lot (pdf)

View parking rates and details for more information.

Student Parking and Rates

  • Monthy passes are available for purchase from Sask Polytech Bookstores at a rate of $65.
  • Each campus has designated parking areas for students.
  • Purchase daily pass from units located within the student parking lots.
  • Purchase prepaid parking MasterCards in the bookstores at each campus. These cards will work in all parking machines at all campuses.
  • Ensure your pass is clearly visible in your vehicle.
  • The daily rate includes in/out privileges subject to parking stall availability.

 

Transit

Saskatchewan Polytechnic campuses are near city transit routes. For more information about transit, contact:

Transit Moose Jaw
306-694-4488

Students travelling from Regina to take classes in Moose Jaw can purchase monthly bus passes with the Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC). Passes are sold at the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Moose Jaw Campus Tuck Shop (located across the cafeteria). For more info, please email psa.office@saskpolytech.ca or call 306-691-8514 or 306-691-8515.

Housing

If you are looking for an apartment, room and board or shared accommodation, the Students' Associations maintain housing registries. Saskatchewan Polytechnic or the Students' Associations do not investigate or approve accommodations listed in the housing registries and we do not assume responsibility for rental arrangements made between you and the landlord. 

Housing registry (pdf)
Local classifieds

Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Saskatoon

Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Saskatoon boasts 11 campus locations that offer full-time programs, part-time courses and customized training. The administrative offices for Saskatchewan Polytechnic are also located in Saskatoon.

Located in central Saskatchewan on the South Saskatchewan River, Saskatoon is the largest city in the province with a population of 260,000. 

Saskatoon's name is derived from a Cree word for a local indigenous berry. Often Saskatoon is described as the Bridge City, because of the 8 river crossings. It became a city in 1906. The economy of Saskatoon is connected to potash, oil and agriculture. 

 

Location

Located in the vibrant city of Saskatoon, our campus includes these buildings and centres.

Most student services are located at our main location:

Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, Idylwyld Dr.

1130 Idylwyld Dr N


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, 20th St.
226 20th St E


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, 33rd St.
Mining Engineering Technology Building
55 33rd St


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, 4th Ave.
107 4th Ave S


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, 20th St.
226 20th St E


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, Alberta Ave.
1320 Alberta Ave


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, Ave. W
450 Ave W N


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, English Cres.
135 English Cres


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, Idylwyld Dr.
E.A. Davies Building
1030 Idylwyld Dr N


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, Koyl Ave.
19-2725 Koyl Ave


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, Ontario Ave.
1302 Ontario Ave


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Administrative Offices
400-119 4th Ave S

Mailing Address

Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, Idylwyld Dr.
PO Box 1520
Saskatoon SK  S7K 3R5

Parking

Pay parking is in effect for staff, students and visitors. Visitors to Saskatchewan Polytechnic Saskatoon campus are required to register the plate number of their vehicle with the information desk located within the main entrance.

Pay parking is in effect for staff, students and visitors.

View parking rates and details for more information.

Student Parking and Rates

  • $4 per day. As of July 1, 2015, student fees will be $5/day. 
  • Each campus has designated parking areas for students.
  • Purchase daily pass from units located within the student parking lots.
  • Purchase prepaid parking MasterCards in the bookstores at each campus. These cards will work in all parking machines at all campuses.
  • Ensure your pass is clearly visible in your vehicle.
  • The daily rate includes in/out privileges subject to parking stall availability.

Transit

Saskatchewan Polytechnic campuses are near city transit routes. For more information about transit, contact:

Saskatoon Transit Services
306-975-3100

Housing

If you are looking for an apartment, room and board or shared accommodation, the Students' Associations maintain housing registries. Saskatchewan Polytechnic or the Students' Associations do not investigate or approve accommodations listed in the housing registries and we do not assume responsibility for rental arrangements made between you and the landlord. 

Housing Registry
Online Registry

Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Prince Albert

There are two campuses in Prince Albert. The Technical and Academic buildings are located side-by-side. Each building offers a friendly, comfortable and supportive learning environment. The education and training we provide leaves no question that Saskatchewan Polytechnic is the hub of post-secondary education in north central Saskatchewan.

Prince Albert is the third largest city in Saskatchewan. Also known as PA, the city in central Saskatchewan has a population of 45,000. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River, near the geographical centre of the province, PA is where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich boreal forest of the north meet.

There are lakes and forests close by that offer abundant recreational activities - dog sledding, quadding, boating and hiking.  

Location

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Prince Albert Campus, Academic Building
1500 10th Ave E

 

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Prince Albert Campus, Technical Building
1100 15th St E


Student Family Housing


Tours

Tours are available upon request. Please contact the Saskatchewan Polytechnic recruitment office at nemish@saskpolytech.ca or 306-765-1615 to book a time that fits your schedule.


Mailing Address

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Prince Albert Campus, Technical Building
1100-15th Street East
Prince Albert SK  S6V 7S4

Student Family Housing

Parking

Pay parking is in effect for staff, students and visitors.

Parking

Prince Albert campus parking lot (pdf)

View parking rates and details for more information.

Student Parking and Rates

  • $4 per day. As of July 1, 2015, student fees will be $5/day. 
  • Each campus has designated parking areas for students.
  • Purchase daily pass from units located within the student parking lots.
  • Purchase prepaid parking MasterCards in the bookstores at each campus. These cards will work in all parking machines at all campuses.
  • Ensure your pass is clearly visible in your vehicle.
  • The daily rate includes in/out privileges subject to parking stall availability.

Transit

Saskatchewan Polytechnic campuses are near city transit routes. For more information about transit, contact:

Prince Albert Transit
306-953-4900

Housing

For more information, call 306-953-7051 or email dinney@saskpolytech.ca.

Student Family Housing (Saskatchewan Polytechnic Prince Albert campus)

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Prince Albert campus in Prince Albert recently opened 36 two-bedroom townhouse-style units, including two wheelchair-accessible suites, which are specially designed for family living. The units are intended to provide quality, safe and affordable rental accommodation for full-time Saskatchewan Polytechnic students with children.
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If you are looking for an apartment, room and board or shared accommodation, the Students' Associations maintain housing registries. Saskatchewan Polytechnic or the Students' Associations do not investigate or approve accommodations listed in the housing registries and we do not assume responsibility for rental arrangements made between you and the landlord. 

Housing Registry
Local Classifieds 


Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Regina

Welcome to Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Regina.

Regina is the capital of Saskatchewan and is the second-largest city in the province. Currently, Regina has a population of 235,000.

A cultural and commercial centre in southern Saskatchewan, the city boasts the provincial museum of natural history, the Regina Conservatory, the Saskatchewan Science Centre, the MacKenzie Art Gallery and the Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts.

Location

Our Regina campus includes these locations:

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus
4500 Wascana Pky


Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus, Parkway Building
4635 Wascana Pky


Dental Clinic

Dental care is available through the Dental Clinic at Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus.


Nurse Practitioner Services

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus Health Services benefit students, faculty and staff. The campus health services provide holistic healthcare with Nurse Practitioner services.


Mailing Address

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus
PO Box 556
Regina SK  S4P 3A3

Parking

Pay parking is in effect for staff, students and visitors.

Parking

Regina campus parking lot (pdf)

View parking rates and details for more information.

Student Parking and Rates

  • $4 per day. As of July 1, 2015, student fees will be $5/day. 
  • Each campus has designated parking areas for students.
  • Purchase daily pass from units located within the student parking lots.
  • Purchase prepaid parking MasterCards in the bookstores at each campus. These cards will work in all parking machines at all campuses.
  • Ensure your pass is clearly visible in your vehicle.
  • The daily rate includes in/out privileges subject to parking stall availability.

Transit

Saskatchewan Polytechnic campuses are near city transit routes. For more information about transit, contact:

Regina Transit
306-777-7433

Housing

If you are looking for an apartment, room and board or shared accommodation, the Students' Associations maintain housing registries. Saskatchewan Polytechnic or the Students' Associations do not investigate or approve accommodations listed in the housing registries and we do not assume responsibility for rental arrangements made between you and the landlord. 

Housing registry or
Local classifieds

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Services

Take advantage of the supportive academic and social environment at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. It's designed to help you succeed in your studies and fully enjoy your student experience.

Bookstore

Located at the main campus.

Regular hours
Monday - Friday
8:15 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Bookstore Call Centre hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m.  - 4:30 p.m.
1-866-569-8398

bookstore.saskpolytech.ca/moosejaw

Counselling Services

Counsellors are available if you need academic, financial or personal guidance and advice. Contact us to make an appointment.

Learning Services

If you need assistance with academic skills or education equity, come and visit our office. We offer group presentations and individual assistance at your campus location.

Contact us to make an appointment or receive additional information.

Libraries

The library includes a learning commons, study space, and comfortable seating.  Our staff can assist you in-person or by email, telephone and instant message.
Front desk: 306-691-8233
Ask us! Reference: 306-691-8228
Toll free: 1-866-460-4430
Staff Directory
libpal@saskpolytech.ca

PLAR and Transfer Credit

Investigate prior learning and recognition and transfer credit to save you time and money.

Bookstore

Located at the main campus.

Regular hours
Monday - Friday
8:15 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday opens at 9:30 a.m.

Bookstore Call Centre hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m.  - 4:30 p.m.
1-866-569-8398

bookstore.saskpolytech.ca/saskatoon

Libraries

Child Care

Child Care at the Avenue W Centre in Saskatoon

  • Provides care for 62 full-time children aged six weeks to five years
  • Hours of operation are 7 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
  • Located at the Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, Ave. W at 450 Ave W North

The Saskatoon Early Childhood Education Demonstration Centre is a daycare licensed and subsidized under the Ministry of Education and operated by Saskatoon Student Child Care Services (a community-based board) in co-operation with Saskatchewan Polytechnic. It is also a demonstration program for the Early Childhood Education (ECE) program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. The centre is staffed by fully-qualified early childhood educators who are supported by Saskatchewan Polytechnic ECE faculty. ECE students observe and work with the children on a regular basis. Observation rooms are available for use by students as well as parents.

To apply for child care, complete the application form (pdf).

For more information, call Lori O'Leary at 306-659-4900 or email at ssccsinc@hotmail.com.

Counselling Services

Counsellors are available if you need academic, financial or personal guidance and advice. Contact us to make an appointment.

Learning Services

If you need assistance with academic skills or education equity, come and visit our office. We offer group presentations and individual assistance at your campus location.

Contact us to make an appointment or receive additional information.

Both libraries include a learning commons, study space, and comfortable seating.  Our staff can assist you in-person or by email, telephone and instant message.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, Idylwyld Dr.
1130 Idylwyld Drive  
Front desk: 306-659-4040
Toll free: 1-866-460-4430
Staff Directory
saskatoon.library@saskpolytech.ca


Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, Avenue W.
450 Avenue W North
Front desk: 306-659-4929
Toll free: 1-866-460-4430
Fax: 306-964-1222
Staff Directory
avewsaskatoon.library@saskpolytech.ca

PLAR and Transfer Credit

Investigate prior learning and recognition and transfer credit to save you time and money.

Bookstore

Located at the main campus.

Regular hours
Monday - Friday
8:15 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Bookstore Call Centre hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m.  - 4:30 p.m.
1-866-569-8398

bookstore.saskpolytech.ca/regina

Child Care

  • Provides care for 50 full-time children aged 18 months to five years
  • Hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Located at the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina campus in room 256 on level 2

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Children's Day Care Centre (SCDCC) employs care providers who are trained in Early Childhood Education and have completed a police background check. The centre fosters a learning program that is holistic, responsive, and developmentally appropriate. It focuses on the healthy development of the whole child-social, emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual development. Children, family members and Early Childhood Educators collaborate to enrich children's learning and growth.

For more information, email melanie.bacon@saskpolytech.ca or call 306-798-1261.

Counselling Services

Counsellors are available if you need academic, financial or personal guidance and advice. Contact us to make an appointment.

Learning Services

If you need assistance with academic skills or education equity, come and visit our office. We offer group presentations and individual assistance at your campus location.

Contact us to make an appointment or receive additional information.

Libraries

PLAR and Transfer Credit

The library includes a learning commons, study space, and comfortable seating.  Our staff can assist you in-person or by email, telephone and instant message.
Front desk: 306-775-7408
Ask us! Reference: 306-775-7401
Toll free: 1-866-460-4430

Staff Directory
regina.library@saskpolytech.ca

Investigate prior learning and recognition and transfer credit to save you time and money.

Bookstore

Located at the main campus.

Regular hours
Monday - Friday
8:15 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Bookstore Call Centre hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m.  - 4:30 p.m.
1-866-569-8398

bookstore.saskpolytech.ca/princealbert

Child Care

  • Provides care for 50 full-time children aged 18 months to five years
  • Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Woodland Childcare Co-operative is a licenced, subsidized centre staffed with Early Childhood Educators. The daycare provides a "home away from home" atmosphere that includes: two snacks and a hot lunch everyday, napping and non-napping rooms, daily programming (crafts, circle and gross motor activities) and a weekly music program with a certified instructor.

Counselling Services

Counsellors are available if you need academic, financial or personal guidance and advice. Contact us to make an appointment.

Learning Services

If you need assistance with academic skills or education equity, come and visit our office. We offer group presentations and individual assistance at your campus location.

Contact us to make an appointment or receive additional information.

Libraries

The library includes a learning commons, study space, and comfortable seating.  Our staff can assist you in-person or by email, telephone and instant message.
Front desk: 306-765-1550
Toll free: 1-866-460-4430

Staff Directory
princealbert.library@saskpolytech.ca

PLAR and Transfer Credit

Investigate prior learning and recognition and transfer credit to save you time and money.

Student Awards

We give away approximately $2 million in scholarships, bursaries and student awards during the academic year, thanks to our generous donors and alumni.

If you are starting your program in fall 2016, you can apply for scholarships, bursaries and awards starting August 1, 2016.

To learn more, visit the Student Awards page.

Student Employment Services

Whether you are looking for part-time work during school or planning for your career post-graduation, Student Employment Services are here for you. Take advantage of online career and job postings and annual on-campus career fairs.

Contact us to get your online posting login information.

Aboriginal Services

Catch Your Dream

Choose from 150-plus career-focused programs or get training as an apprentice in almost 30 trades.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic has much to offer our Aboriginal learners:

 


Aboriginal Activity Centres

Unique to Saskatchewan Polytechnic campuses are Aboriginal Activity Centres. Aboriginal Activity Centres exist to develop, establish and promote measures that will enhance the participation, success and cultures of Aboriginal students. 

Although accessible to all students, centre staff primarily provide support services to students of Aboriginal ancestry. All centres offer cultural activities and events. Centres are open from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The centres provide a place where students can do the following (other services available may vary by campus):

  • meet people and find out what is happening
  • do homework or study
  • get referrals to tutorial support
  • use computers
  • eat lunch and have coffee
  • sign-up for cultural, educational and recreational activities
  • access Elders or cultural advisors

Aboriginal Student Advisors

Saskatchewan Polytechnic helps support Aboriginal student success through dedicated Aboriginal student advisors. Aboriginal student advisors create student success by providing:

  • a friendly face, helpful connections to services and support
  • orientation to Saskatchewan Polytechnic and surrounding community
  • referrals for tutorial support
  • funding, housing, budgeting and employment information
  • connections to outside resources and networks
  • assistance organizing study groups and informational, social and cultural events

Science and Health Aboriginal Success Strategy (SHASS)

Science and Health Aboriginal Success Strategy (SHASS) is designed to enhance your success as a person of Aboriginal ancestry in Saskatchewan Polytechnic's School of Health Sciences. From the day you apply, to the day you graduate, SHASS is here to help you succeed. Services include providing culturally sensitive one-on-one counselling, academic support, referrals to learning services and tutorials, help with scholarships and bursaries and information regarding funding, childcare, housing and transportation.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic supports you in your educational journey – from finding housing and child care to providing a welcoming environment on campus. Come check on the Aboriginal activity centre on campus.

Aboriginal student advisor, room 2.205
306-691-8214

Aboriginal activity centre, room 2.202
Centre leader: 306-691-8313
Elder services: 306-691-8460
Reception: 306-691-8310
palliser.aboriginalactivitycentre@saskpolytech.ca

Saskatchewan Polytechnic supports you in your educational journey – from finding housing and child care to providing a welcoming environment on campus. Come check on the Aboriginal activity centre on campus.

Aboriginal student advisors, rooms 127
Academic Centre and  A211 Technical Centre
306-765-1789 or 306-765-1798

Aboriginal activity centre, room 225 Academic Centre
Centre co-ordinator: 306-765-1745
Elder services: 306-765-1728
Reception: 306-765-1611
woodland.aboriginalactivitycentre@saskpolytech.ca

Saskatchewan Polytechnic supports you in your educational journey – from finding housing and child care to providing a welcoming environment on campus. Come check on the Aboriginal activity centre on campus.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina campus
ASAP Aboriginal community coordinator 306-533-6530

Aboriginal activity centre, room 153
Centre leader: 306-775-7380
Elder services: 306-775-7560
Reception: 306-775-7436
wascana.aboriginalactivitycentre@saskpolytech.ca

Science and Health Aboriginal Success Strategy (SHASS) Counsellor, room 150.2
306-775-7378

Aboriginal Nursing student advisor, room 150.1
306-775-7383

Saskatchewan Polytechnic supports you in your educational journey – from finding housing and child care to providing a welcoming environment on campus. Come check on the Aboriginal activity centre on the main campus.

Aboriginal student advisors, room B23
306-659-4212 or 306-659-4802

Aboriginal activity centre, room 121.4
Instructor/tutor: 306-659-4103
Counsellor: 306-659-4287
Elder services: 306-659-4346
Reception: 306-659-4050
kelsey.aboriginalactivitycentre@saskpolytech.ca

Science and Health Aboriginal Success Strategy (SHASS), room 121.3
306-659-4681

Aboriginal Nursing student advisors, room 404.5
306-659-4221

Disability Services

If you are a student with a disability, you are encouraged to register your disability. You are making a large investment of time and money in education. Disability services can help you achieve your academic goals once your disability is registered and verified. Even if you think you will not need support, it's beneficial to register in case you encounter unexpected difficulty.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic disability services include:

  1. Reserved seating

    As part of the SIAST Education Equity initiative, a percentage of seats in each certificate and diploma program are available to persons with disabilities.

  2. Reasonable accommodations

    While the definition of a reasonable accommodation is much larger, in this context a reasonable accommodation is intended to remove barriers resulting from a disability. Reasonable accommodations and services may include:

  • Extra time, quiet or private space for exams
  • A reader or scribe for exams
  • Reduced course load
  • Peer note-taker
  • Alternate-format course materials
  • Assistive technology
  • Ergonomic chairs or other equipment

 

  1. Reasonable accommodations are provided to make the learning environment more equitable. Accommodation does not require Saskatchewan Polytechnic to lower its academic standards or to relieve the student of the responsibility to develop the skills and competencies expected of all students. For more about reasonable accommodations, see Saskatchewan Polytechnic policy: Reasonable Accommodation (pdf).

  2. Funding for learning supports

    The Direct Student Access Fund provides last-resort funding for students with a disability at Saskatchewan Polytechnic to obtain required accommodations.  Requests for such funding should be made through disability services.

    Qualified applicants with disabilities may be entitled to educational loans and grants.

  1. For those who are eligible for a student loan, these grants may cover special learning support costs:

  • The Canada Student Grant for Services and Equipment for Persons with Permanent Disabilities.
  • Saskatchewan Student Grant for Services and Equipment for Persons with Permanent Disabilities
  • Canada Student Grant for Persons with Permanent Disabilities
  1. To be eligible, documented assessment and diagnosis are required prior to accessing loans or grants.

  2. Staff to help you during the application process and study term

More information about Disability Services

Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw
Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Palliser.disabilityservices@saskpolytech.ca 
306-691-8311
Room 2.203
Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Prince Albert
Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - noon and 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Woodland.disabilityservices@saskpolytech.ca 
306-765-1611
Room F203 (Technical Centre)
Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Regina
Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Wascana.disabilityservices@saskpolytech.ca 
306-775-7436
Room 228 (level 2)
Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Saskatoon
Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Kelsey.disabilityservices@saskpolytech.ca 
306-659-4050
Room 114

Enrolment Verification

To confirm you are enrolled (for a sponsor, to access RESP funds or to obtain a line of credit), make an online request for Enrolment Verification found in the Administrative Services, Students tab of mySaskPolytech.

Personal Information

To permit anyone other than Sask Polytech faculty and staff to access your personal information, complete and submit a copy of our Consent to Release or Obtain Information (pdf) form.

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Student Life

Student's Associations

Each campus has a students' association that provides peer support, services and organizes student activities and clubs.

Your time at Saskatchewan Polytechnic shouldn't be limited to academic learning. Get more from your education by getting involved with our year-round activities. Join a club, be a part of student government, volunteer your time and skills - build confidence and have fun. What are you waiting for? Get involved!

View Students' Associations for more information.

Food Services

Tasty, nutritious and affordable food choices can make the difference between a great campus experience and an awesome one. Saskatchewan Polytechnic Food Services aims for the awesome.

View Food Services for everything you need to know about eating at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, including current menus, hours of operation, catering information and special events hosted by Saskatchewan Polytechnic's culinary and hospitality students.

Recreation

Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers you great ways to get moving at our four campus locations through athletic clubs, intramurals and recreational activities.

View Athletics and Recreation for more information.

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mySaskPolytech

Your username and password will be mailed to you shortly after registration. Your default password is your date of birth (ddmmyy) or the last 6 digits of your Saskatchewan Polytechnic ID number. Go directly to my.saskpolytech.ca, or to the Saskatchewan Polytechnic home page at SaskPolytech.ca  and click on the mySaskPolytech link. Change your password from the default as soon as possible.

On mySaskPolytech you can:

  • access your course home pages
  • change your address
  • check your grades
  • communicate with classmates
  • print an unofficial transcript
  • print your T2202A for your income tax return
  • make a payment on your account
    • read Saskatchewan Polytechnic news and announcements
    • register for a continuing education course online
    • request a confirmation of enrolment
    • request a transcript
    • send an e-mail to your instructor
    • view your course schedule
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Saskatchewan Polytechnic Email

Saskatchewan Polytechnic uses the Outlook email system, which may take a little time to load on your computer. Like all email systems all incoming mail appears in your Inbox. Login to mySaskPolytech and click on the email icon in the top right navigation.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic's firewall may prevent your instructor from receiving mail sent from Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo. Please communicate via the Saskatchewan Polytechnic email system. Saskatchewan Polytechnic's HelpDesk only accepts incoming email from Saskatchewan Polytechnic accounts.

Email may be unavailable on the third Saturday of each month between 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. due to scheduled server maintenance.

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Brightspace

A digital learning environment is a student's best friend for accessing course content online anywhere at any time. Online tools will enhance your learning experience through dynamic collaborations and communication between you and your classmates, and convenient assessment options that make your life easier and reduce stress. Streamlined mobile workflows will keep you in touch wherever you go from the comfort of your favorite device.

Students registered with Saskatchewan Polytechnic can access available online course content by clicking on a selected course from the "My Courses" widget when signed into mysaskpolytech.ca.

If you would like to know more the wealth of tools available to you, Saskatchewan Polytechnic Learning Technologies has training for you. Access online training materials and follow us on Twitter for upcoming training events.

If you have questions regarding the availability of online content for any given course please inquire with the course instructor.

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Saskatchewan Polytechnic Helpdesk

If you have reviewed information regarding a Saskatchewan Polytechnic specific tool and you are still having trouble, you can access help via phone at 1-888-733-5333, helpdesk@saskpolytech.ca, or helpdesk.saskpolytech.ca or you can submit a Problem Report Form.
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