Protect the Pack
USask's Response to COVID‑19
What you need to know
As some of you return to campus it is important for you to know and adhere to the Health and Safety guidelines and protocols to help promote a safe and supportive environment - working together is key to our success.
University buildings remain closed, with some in-person services available.
USask's 2021 winter, spring and summer terms course delivery will be primarily remote online learning with extremely limited in-person instruction.
There will likely be a significant increase of in-person, on-campus instruction for the 2021 Fall Term, and details will be announced in May.
Our priority is to ensure the health and safety of students, faculty and staff.
Although we have had to make fundamental changes to how we carry out our activities, it has not thrown us off our mission to be the university the world needs.
As teaching, learning, research and discovery continue USask is prioritizing health and safety, by increasing activity in a staged approach, implementing contact tracing and other safety protocols and ensuring our facilities are safe.
Faculty and Staff
- Researching remotely throughout the research lifecycle
Stages of reopening are guided by Provincial recommendations and guidelines, but USask may decide to move more conservatively in some areas to ensure the health and safety of students, faculty and staff.
USask is currently in Stage 3 of reopening.
Symptoms or Health Concerns
Call HealthLine at 811.
General SK COVID-19 Questions
Call 1-855-559-5502, or 306-787-8539 (Regina) from 6 am to 10 pm.