The University of Saskatchewan is one of Canada's finest institutions, and a centre of excellence for research and scholarly activities. Its Strategic Directions and Integrated Plan outline a vision that guides, and will continue to guide, the institution into the next chapter of its history.
The U of S is the only Canadian university with a combination of colleges devoted to the study of human, animal and plant life on one campus. Its science cluster is unmatched across the nation, comprised of the Canadian Light Source, the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO), Innovation Place, and an array of health sciences colleges.
Colleges & Schools
Colleges – 13 (Agriculture & Bioresources, Arts & Science, Business (Edwards School of), Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Graduate Studies & Research, Kinesiology, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy & Nutrition, Veterinary Medicine) and the Centre for Continuing & Distance Education
Federated, virtual, and affiliated colleges – 9 (St. Thomas More College, Virtual College of Biotechnology, Briercrest College, Central Pentecostal College, College of Emmanuel and St. Chad, Gabriel Dumont College, Lutheran Theological Seminary, St. Andrew's College and St. Peter's College)
Programs – Over 100 areas and disciplines
Degrees, diplomas, and certificates – 58
Students – 19,534
Employees – 7,350
Alumni – 121,000
Research funding – $106.9 million
Research space on campus – 24,486 m2
Replacement value of buildings, capital facilities and contents – $2.49 billion
Total revenue – $680.9 million
Operating budget – $273.64 million