A standard uniform is required for all students enrolled in undergraduate nursing programs at the U of S. Uniforms worn during clinical practice while working with patients/clients will enhance professionalism, infection control, personal safety and role identification.
Students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program require a uniform upon admission to Nursing for year 2, following the pre-professional year of the program. Students in the Post-Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing option should purchase their uniforms in their first year of study.
Uniforms are sourced from Mobb Medical and can be purchased and ordered from the uniform stores listed below. Additionally, students can order their Mobb uniforms on the Saskatchewan Abilities Council's Vetlinens website. If students choose to order online, the have the option to pay using a credit card or via PayPal. Students can try on uniforms prior to purchasing (see locations below); however, the website also has sizing charts to help determine exact sizes. To ensure a reasonable shipping expectation time, we ask students to allow approximately two weeks from the time they place their online order.
Please see this brochure for a preview of style options available. Tops are white and pants are spruce green. The U of S crest should be embroidered on the top.
Please note that uniform orders must be placed about six weeks in advance of classes beginning. Once students have selected a style and size, the suppliers will send the uniforms out to have the U of S crest embroidered onto the top. Please order as soon as possible once accepted into the program to avoid delays. Students cannot attend clinical without a standard College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan uniform.
A uniform jacket is also available, but not mandatory. However, if students choose to wear a jacket/sweater to clinical, it must be the U of S crested uniform jacket.