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Your calendar enables you to stay organized by categorizing meetings, lectures and due dates. You are encouraged to make use of the personalized options that are available.

Getting Started

Access Your Calendar


Once you have added your usask email account to your mobile using the set-up guide you can access your U of S calendar on your phone. 

  1. Open Windows Outlook from your Start menu.
  2.  Select the Calendar tab from the bottom of the screen.
    outlook calendar access
Outlook Web Access

PAWS is the recommended way for students to access their calendar. It is easy to use and very accessible.

  1. Log in to PAWS.
  2. Select the Email and Calendar link in the left sidebar.
  3. Your email will open as an Outlook Web App in a separate window.
  4. Select the Calendar option in the bottom left sidebar.
    calendar access outlook web

Personalize your Calendar

To help you stay organized, there are numerous ways to personalize your calendar within Outlook.

  1. Personalize your calendar view:
    • Select the Home tab on the top of your screen.  
    • Use the Arrange buttons across the top bar to change the view to Day, Work Week, Week, Month or Schedule View.
    calendar home tab
  2. Categorize appointments by colour:
    • Right click on an appointment.
    • Scroll down to the Categorize option.
    • From the expand menu choose the colour you want to make that appointment.
    categorize appointments by colour
  3. Change the layout of your calendar:
    • Select the View tab on the top of your screen.
    • In the Layout options, you can change your Folder Pane, Reading Pane, and To-Do Bar.
    calendar layout


Training on how to use some calendar applications is available through ICT Training Services.

For assistance with using your calendar contact the ICT Service Desk.

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