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Why St. Andrew's?

St. Andrew's College is a community where students of all ages and from all walks of life put their faith in motion through a unique program of academic study, pastoral experience and community engagement. 

St. Andrews - Student Body The Student Body

St. Andrew’s students are diverse in age and background and come from all parts of Canada and beyond. Our students experience an intimate, affirming community where programs are tailored to individual circumstance and where access to teachers is generous. St. Andrew’s students learn through a justice-seeking community and share in an integrated program of ecumenical academic study, cutting-edge theology, pastoral experience and community engagement. 

The Faculty
St. Andrews - Faculty Drawn from The United Church of Canada, faculty members at St. Andrew’s College combine academic excellence and pastoral experience with a diversity of knowledge. Through the Saskatoon Theological Union, St. Andrew’s students have access to a broad ecumenical faculty and a wide experience of Christian tradition on the campus of the University of Saskatchewan.

A Justice-Seeking Community
St. Andrews - Social Justice Seeking Community Rooted in the Canadian Prairies, St. Andrew’s emphasizes the study of scripture, theology, history, ethics, education and pastoral care with attention to the significance of the gospel to the cultural, economic and political realities of today’s society. Part of the student experience at St. Andrew’s involves hands-on involvement with community organizations also seeking justice, peace, human rights and environmental and economic security. 

An Affirming Community
St. Andrews - An Affirming Ministry St. Andrew’s is an Affirming Ministry of The United Church of Canada and welcomes people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

An Ecumenical and Global Community
Through the Saskatoon Theological Union (STU), St. Andrews’s students have the opportunity to share their journey with Anglican and Lutheran students in joint classes, access to faculty, shared worship and the resources of each college. The STU Library brings together the collections of the library resources at St. Andrew’s, the Lutheran Theological Seminary, the College of Emmanuel and St. Chad and Horizon Pentecostal College to ensure that library resources are comprehensive, complementary and contemporary.

Through our partnership with Hanshin University in Seoul, South Korea, St. Andrew’s students have opportunity to study with exchange students from Hanshin or to participate in exchange to Hanshin.