Protect the Pack
Vaccination Measures and Mask Requirements
Everyone coming onto USask campuses in Saskatoon, Prince Albert, or Regina must follow USask’s vaccination measures and masking requirement.
What you need to know
Resource guide to assist faculty, staff and students who have been operating remotely to plan a safe return, joining those who have remained on campus over the past several months.
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.
Mental Health Support
The COVID-19 pandemic can be stressful for many people and have a significant impact on your mental health. USask has resources available for you, or someone you know, who may need support during this difficult time. Remember to be patient with and kind to each other during these challenging times.
We are flexible and adapting to the changing environment to do all we can to keep our USask community safe as well as contributing to the safety of the city and the province. Our response reflects in many ways our commitment to being the university the world needs.
USask will continue to:
Value, protect and support our people.
We will seek and implement the best guidance possible for the health and safety of our students and employees, and to ensure the return of people to campus will be done in a conscious, careful, and methodical way.
Deliver the academic and research mission of the University of Saskatchewan.
We continue our important academic, research, and community engagement work as the University the World Needs.
Support Student Success.
We prioritize students’ academic progress and providing them with the supports they need, and we strive to minimize adverse impacts to their academic progress.
Engage and Contribute.
We will effectively contribute to the province’s efforts to respond to the rapidly shifting public health situation and the province’s recovery, while also contributing to global efforts to address the coronavirus pandemic.
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.