Welcome to our incoming students!

Getting started

These links will be helpful as you plan for the start of classes.

Your First Days

Your first days of classes is included in the information you received from Registration Services over the summer. If you haven’t received this information, contact Registration Services at the link below.

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, 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.

On your first day of classes, you will receive a program orientation that usually includes your course schedule, a review of academic breaks, a book and supply list, etc. Be sure to also check out our Orientation videos for more information on our locations, support services, getting connected and student life.

Academic Breaks Book and Supply List Registration Services Tuition Fees Welcome week


Online or in-person, our Bookstores are the place to purchase your program materials and supplies … and for the fun of it, you can pick up a shirt or hoodie, too.

More Info Moose Jaw Bookstore Prince Albert Bookstore Regina Bookstore Saskatoon Bookstore

Child Care

Safe and friendly child care may be available right on your campus.

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Financial Assistance

Need help paying for your tuition and fees? Investigate our financial assistance options to see if you qualify and check out our student awards. We give away about $2 million every school year.

Financial Assistance Student Awards Tuition


If you are looking for an apartment, room and board or shared accommodations, the student association maintains housing registries for each campus.

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Indigenous Services

We will support you in your educational journey – from finding housing and childcare to providing a welcoming environment on campus with Elder support.

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International Student Supports

Our International Student Guide and dedicated team of International Student Advisors will help you adjust to life in Saskatchewan, Canada and at Sask Polytech.

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Lockers are available to students who want them. Check out the link for information on how to reserve a locker at your campus.

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Parking and transit

Sask Polytech campuses are served by public transit. Monthly parking passes are available for purchase at our Bookstores, or you can pay daily at the pay stations in the student lots.


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Getting Settled

These links will be helpful as you're settling in.

Counselling and Accessibility Services

Counsellors provide guidance on many topics, including support to settle in, career development and accommodations for students with disabilities. We are here to help you succeed.

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Employment Services

Connecting Sask Polytech students and graduates with employers is our mission!

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Food on Campus

Tasty, nutritious and affordable food choices are available at each campus.

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Learning Services

Refresh your academic skills, get help with basic mathematics, develop stronger writing skills and much more.

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The library at Sask Polytech connects you with the learning resources you need to be successful.

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Online Support

Learn about the variety of technical support services available. Need help accessing mySaskPolytech, your email or Brightspace? Check out the online learning step-by-step guide.

Online Learning Support Brightspace mySaskPolytech IT Services


Don’t sweat it only in the classroom - get active with Sask Polytech rec services.

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Students’ Associations

Our energetic students’ association promotes cultural, social, and educational programs for students.

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affinity credit union
Worksafe Saskatchewan