Writing Support

Distance Education Writing Centre

Students taking U of S classes in Prince Albert have access to services provided by the Distance Education Writing Centre for free. This includes any online, independent studies, televised, multi-mode and off-campus classes. In addition, free writing workshops are held at the Prince Albert campus throughout the year.

Disability Services

Access and Equity Services (AES)

Access and Equity Services are available for Prince Albert campus students who have a medical-based or learning disability. You are encouraged to register with the AES office as early as possible.

Study Skills

Guides and Resources

Student Learning Services (SLS) at the University of Saskatchewan provides a variety of resources including study guides, tip sheets and videos to enrich your learning experience and help you improve your academic performance.


Academic Advisors

If you have questions about your program, you have access to onsite advisors at the Prince Albert campus as well as your college advisor at the main U of S campus in Saskatoon.

Transfer Classes

Common Visiting Students

Prince Albert students taking distance and off-campus classes through the University of Regina or Saskatchewan Polytechnic can take U of S classes for transfer credit by applying as a common visiting student.

Grades and Transcripts

Grades and transcripts can be viewed in your PAWS account.

Career Planning

Student Employment and Career Centre (SECC)

The University of Saskatchewan provides career coaching and offers a variety of career resources free of charge for students. Telephone-based appointments are available for students living in Prince Albert and area.