Includes public, student, employee, disability, motorcycle and bicycle parking
At the centre of campus is what is referred to as "The Bowl". This is where all major institutional events happen. The bowl is our central landmark that will help you navigate the entire University!
Did you know the majority of the buildings at the University of Saskatchewan are connected by tunnels?
Check out this video taking you on a walking tour of some 'inside' landmarks that will help you get around without ever going outside!
Computer Labs & Printing
Can't get to the lab?
Access the virtual computer lab. Virtual Computer Lab enables students and faculty to access applications from their personal laptop or computer from home. Please review the instructions and list of software available here. If the software your students need is available, instruct them to access it at https://vlab.usask.ca/. Any files saved while using Virtual Computer Lab will be stored on the student’s Cabinet, which can be accessed through PAWS under My Files.
Use a computer kiosk
- Aboriginal Students' Centre – Room 220 in the Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre
- Indigenous Students’ Centre Lounge – 56 McLean Hall
- Language Centre Lounge – Room 350 in the Williams Building
- Student Central in the Administration building
- Global Commons in Lower Place Riel
- The tunnel between the Arts Building and Place Riel.
Computer busted? Get a loaner!
Students in need of a loaner computer may be able to borrow a USask computer. Please contact IT Support Services to confirm names and NSIDs of students in need. IT Support can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may add a ticket https://itsupport.usask.ca/, or call 306-966-2222.
Need to print something?
You can print, scan, and photocopy documents at the university provided printers. You can also print from your laptop using the wireless network or a wired port.
Add money to your printing account through PAWS.
- Transfer printing credit
- Check account balance
- Check transaction history
- Check printing balance
PAWS is the centre of USask's universe. PAWS, your personalized access to web services at the University of Saskatchewan (USask), is a customizable web environment used by all students, faculty, staff, alumni and other members of the university community. PAWS is where you'll access class registration, tuition and fees, scholarships and bursaries, textbooks and more.
After you have been admitted, use PAWS to update your profile with the university, including your preferred name, email aliases and contact information.
- How do I access PAWS?
- How do I add channels in PAWS?
- How do I choose Announcement Categories in PAWS?
- How do I choose event calendar feed options in PAWS?
- How do I opt in to receiving PAWS text messages?
- How do I stop receiving PAWS Announcements?
- How do I access files on my cabinet from PAWS?
- How do I Access My Email Through PAWS?
- How to find your Weekly Class Schedule in PAWS
- Student Registration Help
- Who should a student contact if they are getting the wrong information in the 'My College' channel in PAWS?
- How do I check an account balance for Student Printing (CPAS)?
- How do I check printing history for my Student Printing (CPAS) account?
- How do I check transaction history for my Student Printing (CPAS) account?
- How do I add money to my Student Printing (CPAS) account?
- How do I transfer my Student Printing (CPAS) printing credits?
USask Art Galleries & Collections
Our campus art galleries – College Art Gallery 1 & College Art Gallery 2, Kenderdine Art Gallery and Gordon Snelgrove Gallery—and the permanent art collection are among our university’s richest cultural and educational resources. The visual arts hub provides a path to deeper engagement with Indigenous peoples and perspectives, greater opportunities for our students and closer ties to our community. Creative and vital gallery spaces and art work inspire the university’s mission of culture, teaching and discovery.
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) Art Collection consists of more than 6,000 works of art acquired since the university opened its doors in 1907. Its first president, Walter Murray, was an active promoter of the visual arts within the university’s teaching and research mandates and greatly valued the work of Saskatchewan artists. Today, the artistic work of many cultures and art movements throughout recent history are represented in the collection. Nearly 90% of its holdings are works by Canadian artists; of that more than 70% are by Saskatchewan artists. International artists represent approximately 10% of works in the collection. Of note are important early Canadian works and modernist works from North America and Europe. There is a large prairie folk art collection, as well as a growing collection of Indigenous art works.
USask | An Accessible Campus
All members of our campus community are encouraged to acknowledge diversity and create safe spaces on campus. Use USask's online map to find gender neutral washrooms, accessible entrances and parking and so much more.
Parents on Campus
The University of Saskatchewan provides resources and support for families and expecting parents. If you have any questions or seek support, consider contacting the groups listed below. If you aren't sure where to go, talk to Parents on Campus for advice and advocacy.