International students

All incoming international students, whether you're starting your program or returning to continue your program, should be aware of potential immigration implications resulting from COVID-19 and online course delivery.

Graduate students

Learn how to manage your graduate program during the pandemic.

On-campus essentials

If you are taking an in-person class at the University of Saskatchewan, please review:

Academics and class resources


Students travelling as part of university programming are expected to follow a pre-departure process.

Frequently asked questions

It is important for you to be aware of and adhere to the health and safety requirements to help promote a safe and supportive environment - working together is key to our success.

If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or suspect you have COVID-19, follow these steps.

No. Students are expected to participate according to the delivery mode of the class—in-person classes will not be delivered remotely.

If you have questions about course delivery, course formats, or your degree plan, contact an Academic Advisor in your college.

If you have concerns about the safety of returning to campus, please consult to learn more about the university’s plans. If you believe you have medical limitations that would preclude or limit your ability to engage in-person classes, we encourage you to consult your licensed health practitioner. For more information, visit the Access and Equity Services page.

Everyone coming onto USask campuses must follow USask’s vaccination measures.

If you need an extension on course work or need to miss a class or an exam because you are sick, contact your instructors, explain your situation and work together on a solution.

Ask for help

If you have COVID-19-related questions and you're not sure who to contact, email

If you have questions about your classes or have academic concerns, please contact an academic advisor in your college or school or the dean of your college or school for assistance.