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Tuition Fees

International Students:$17,687 - $68,277

Notes for Canadian Students:

Tuition estimates reflect a typical amount you could expect to pay per year if you enroll in a full course load (the maximum number of courses allowed). Visit https://admissions.usask.ca/money/tuition.php to learn more.

Notes for International Students:

International undergraduate tuition rates are assessed at 2.73 times the rate for Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

Supplementary Fees 2021 - 2022

Health Insurance
Lowest$157
Highest$157

NOTE: In the spring of 2001, students voted in favour of an extended health and dental plan. The USSU Health & Dental Plan provides a comprehensive package of health, dental, vision and travel benefits to fill the gaps left by provincial medicare and a parent or spouse's plan.

Dental Insurance
Lowest$118
Highest$118

NOTE: In the spring of 2001, students voted in favour of an extended health and dental plan. The USSU Health & Dental Plan provides a comprehensive package of health, dental, vision and travel benefits to fill the gaps left by provincial medicare and a parent or spouse's plan.

Infrastructure
Lowest$81
Highest$81

NOTE: In March 2003 students voted to implement the USSU Student Infrastructure Fee for the purpose of constructing and sustaining student buildings. For more information on these student fees contact the Students' Union at 966-6960, or drop in to Room 110 Place Riel.

Transit (USSU U-Pass)
Lowest$170
Highest$170

NOTE: The U-PASS offered by the USSU is a service that provides city transportation passes to qualified students from the U of S. * The transit fee (USSU U-Pass) has been reduced for the 2020 Fall Term and 2021 Winter Term to $0 for students who are only taking remote classes (classes which would normally be in-person classes). Students taking classes where any portion of a class is on campus (in-person classes on the Saskatoon campus) will be assessed the transit fee. Any student who wishes to opt-in to the U-Pass can visit ussu.ca/upass for opt-in and U-Pass activation details.

Sheaf
Lowest$17
Highest$17

NOTE: The Sheaf is a student-run non-profit organization. It receives part of its operating budget from U of S students in the form of a direct-levy; the remainder of the revenue is generated through advertising. The financial affairs are governed by a Board of Directors, all of whom are students. The mission of the Sheaf is to inform and entertain students by addressing those issues that are relevant to life on campus, in the city, or in the province. The newspaper is also meant to be a forum for discussion on a wide range of issues that concern students. The paper is written for students by students. Most of the staff (editors, photographers, artists) are student-journalists. With this composition, the Sheaf tries to stay in touch with students on this campus. It offers unique insight to university issues through a student perspective.

Student Wellness and Services
Lowest$110
Highest$110

NOTE: The University of Saskatchewan Local Committee of WUSC (World University Service of Canada) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization, running many events and programs that help accomplish, and raise funds for their mission of fostering human development and global understanding through education and training. They help to facilitate student involvement in on-site and international development programs, and to organize and facilitate the sponsorship of the WUSC refugee students by the U of S community. Composed of students, faculty, and administrators with a passion for international development issues, WUSC local committees are found on university and college campuses across Canada.

USSU
Lowest$96
Highest$96

NOTE: University of Saskatchewan Students' Union.The USSU fee is used to fund Students' Union governance and services.

Athletic
Lowest$38
Highest$38

NOTE: The Athletic Fee is used to support Huskies Athletics' Programs. Students can attend Huskies games at no charge.

Recreation
Lowest$55
Highest$55

NOTE: The Recreation fee supports Campus Recreation programs. Students can access the Physical Activity Complex (PAC) at no additional charge.

WUSC
Lowest$10
Highest$10

NOTE: The University of Saskatchewan Local Committee of WUSC (World University Service of Canada) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization, running many events and programs that help accomplish, and raise funds for their mission of fostering human development and global understanding through education and training. They help to facilitate student involvement in on-site and international development programs, and to organize and facilitate the sponsorship of the WUSC refugee students by the U of S community. Composed of students, faculty, and administrators with a passion for international development issues, WUSC local committees are found on university and college campuses across Canada.

Modified on December 14, 2020