A nationally and internationally recognized provider of skills and technical training, Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers over 160 programs through four urban campuses across Saskatchewan and through an extensive distance education network. Our focus on hands-on training contributes to a graduate employment rate consistently in excess of 92 percent. More than 18,000 students are enrolled in our programs and we draw approximately 31,000 additional individual registrations.
Our certificate and diploma programs touch virtually every sector of the economy. Through transfer credit agreements with a number of Canadian universities, many of our diploma programs provide graduates with up to two years of credit towards a university degree.
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Sask Polytech's Prince Albert campus features a 36 two-bedroom townhouse-style units, including two wheelchair-accessible suites, which are specially designed for family living. The units are intended to provide quality, safe and affordable rental accommodation for full-time Saskatchewan Polytechnic students with children.
Each campus maintains a housing registry that lists living accommodations available to you.
For more information about facilities and housing, please visit our website at http://saskpolytech.ca/programs-and-courses/international/housing.aspx.
Our fitness facilities include a gymnasium, cardio room and weight training room. To help you reach your fitness goals, we also offer individualized program design, fitness appraisals and consultations. We also offer floor hockey.
Recreation Services staff at each campus provide opportunities for you to grow and enrich your life by participating in enjoyable leisure activities. Activities and services include aerobics, athletics, blood pressure checks, extracurricular activities, fitness assessments and programs, lifestyle and wellness classes, physical recreation classes, wellness checks and wellness counselling.
The student association has arranged free fax service, ATM machines and Booster Cables to support student success.
Unique to Saskatchewan Polytechnic campuses are Aboriginal Student Activity/Counselling Centres. Although accessible to all students, centre staff primarily delivers support services to students of Aboriginal ancestry. We also offer Accessibility Services. Accessibility Services is committed to ensuring that equal access for students with disabilities is provided at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. The Accessibility Counsellors take pride in offering excellent services and supports.
Come See. Investigate Saskatchewan Polytechnic events are held at each of the Saskatchewan Polytechnic campuses. It is a way to explore our programs and services, and learn how to put knowledge to work.
Welcome Week Activities are organized by the Student Association. These activities include: Pub Nights, Children/Family Events, Community Fundraising Events and off campus Recreation Activities.