Vision, mission and mandate
We empower a better Saskatchewan.
To lead the rise of polytechnic education.
Inspire success in every learning journey.
We support every learning journey, whether for our students, colleagues or industry partners. And so we show our care for one another and our workplace. We foster an open and inclusive environment that embraces diverse cultures, heritages and opinions. We honour, learn from, work with and support each other as one team.
We are leaders in the global polytechnic community, and as such we are honest and fair in all we do. We are committed to being accountable and transparent. We are truthful with one another. We hold ourselves to high standards of ethical behaviour and take responsibility for our actions.
We aim to empower a better future by leading the rise of polytechnic education. Therefore, we work, live and learn in a socially and environmentally responsible manner. We support the health, safety and overall well-being of our learners, employees and partners. We are conscientious stewards of our resources and continuously look for entrepreneurial and creative ways to strengthen and improve our institution.
We aim to inspire success in every learning journey, which in turn inspires each of us to go above and beyond expectations to achieve the highest levels of quality—in our teaching, our programming, our learning and our services. We are able to do this by maintaining high standards, strong competencies, committed partnerships and by being responsive and accessible.
As stated in Section 4 of The Saskatchewan Polytechnic Act (pdf), Saskatchewan Polytechnic may provide:
- courses and programs of study, instruction or training, and related services, in academic, scientific, trade, technical, technological and vocational fields of education;
- subject to The Degree Authorization Act, university programs, by agreement and on the basis agreed to with any university within or outside Saskatchewan;
- courses or programs of instruction or training that have been determined to be required with respect to a trade pursuant to The Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Act, 1999;
- courses, programs and seminars of a continuing education nature;
- credit programs through a regional college as defined in The Regional Colleges Act;
- student services, career counselling, adult basic education, language training, literacy programming, and newcomer integration services;
- training and services, including applied research, to governments, corporations, persons or other bodies with respect to courses, programs and related services that the polytechnic provides or expertise or facilities it possesses, on any terms that the polytechnic considers appropriate;
- services to encourage and support scholarly activity related to programs of study provided by the polytechnic;
- any other post-secondary education and training-related functions or activities that may be prescribed in the regulations (pdf).