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Review of the Sustaining Capital Grant Begins

The Government of Saskatchewan, in addition to the annual operating grant, provides the university with a capital grant called the Sustaining Capital Grant (SCG) to address the university’s highest priority capital renewal and deferred maintenance needs for buildings, strategic priorities, information and communications technology, multimedia technology and equipment. The university currently allocates the SCG to eight capital programs which address different priority areas.  In respo... (full story)

Graduate Outcomes Survey 2011 Fact Sheet Released

The office of Institutional Planning and Assessment has produced a fact sheet on the provincial Graduate Outcomes Survey which took place in 2011.... (full story)

U of S Launches New Four-Year Strategic Plan

6 March, 2012 – Today, the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) Board of Governors approved Promise and Potential – the University of Saskatchewan’s third integrated plan. Promise and Potential describes the university-wide strategies the U of S will follow to advance their academic priorities.... (full story)

U of S parental education level predicts children's post-secondary education participation

SASKATOON – Regardless of their income status, parents who lack a post-secondary education are not likely to see their children pursue college or university studies. This is the key finding in a recently completed University of Saskatchewan report entitled Accessibility and Affordability Report 2011 that examined the accessibility of a university education in Canada and Saskatchewan.... (full story)

Top marks for toxicology

When they heard their program was ranked among the top five in the world after a recent Graduate Program Review (GPR) process, the faculty and staff at the Toxicology Centre and their colleagues in the College of Graduate Studies and Research (CGSR) felt both surprised and pleased.... (full story)

Achievement record released online

Information on how the U of S measures up against itself, in areas of enrolment, learning, research funding, staff engagement and national reputation, was released in the new achievement record.... (full story)