President's message

As the reputation of our university and the province grows around the world, we cannot lose sight of our mandate within the borders of Saskatchewan.


The U of S has transformed to an institution that is now a leader in Aboriginal scholarship and knowledge.

Remember when

Annie Maude (Nan) McKay (BA’15) was the first Métis and first Aboriginal woman to graduate from the University of Saskatchewan.

Student spotlight

USSU President Max FineDay invites U of S alumni to partner with students. (with video)

Education affords opportunity – infographic

Access to education is the key to opportunity and prosperity—for all.

On campus

Keep up-to-date with news from around campus.

Alumni achievement awards

Read about this year's five U of S Alumni Achievement Award recipients.


Read about our new honorary alumni, senate election results, the Alumni Association's new board members and more.

Alumni profile: Gabrielle Scrimshaw

Being an ambassador for Aboriginal professionals has led to an Indspire Award and an invitation to speak at TEDx Toronto.

Alumni profile: Lana Garcelon

Working abroad served as inspiration for understanding and stirred a passion for justice.

Class notes

Read about your classmates’ recent professional accomplishments and milestones.

In memoriam

The Alumni Association has noted, with sorrow, the passing of the our fellow faculty, friends and graduates.


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