Arts & Science

College of Arts & Science continues to be the largest and most dynamic college on the University of Saskatchewan's campus. As the oldest college at the U of S, our enrollment has witnessed exponential expansion from the 70 students who first attended classes in downtown Saskatoon’s Drinkle Building to the nearly 8,000 students we serve today.

With more than 45 per cent of the total student population at the U of S, we are comprised of 22 departments, 4 affiliated programs and 15 interdisciplinary programs, all taught by more than 300 faculty members. Arts and Science provides approximately half of the undergraduate courses offered at the U of S, with 60 subject areas grouped into four program types: Humanities, Social Sciences, Science and Fine Arts.

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Aboriginal Engagement

Urban Planning Prof. Leads Prairie Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network

Aboriginal Student Achievement Program

Culture and Community

More Than Dots on a Map: Creating Community with Cultural Heritage Mapping

Innovation in Academic Programs and Services

U of S graduate students visit Norway, gaining firsthand insights into northern issues

Digital Research Centre fosters student creativity and innovation

College Streamlining Student Transfers

Chuck White's Unexpected Calling

Martel Wows Book Club Crowd

Knowledge Creation

Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture and Creativity enhances culture of research and scholarship at the U of S

Taking the Pulse immerses students in the world of research

Taking the Pulse of Saskatchewan