Are you confused about your rights as a student? Are you unsure of what constitutes academic misconduct and plagiarism? Are you aware of your responsibilities as a student?
USSU Academic Awareness Week gives you tips and tricks on knowing your rights and responsibilities at the University of Saskatchewan. Knowing your rights and responsibilities is one of your duties as students at USask! Visit our Facebook page September 14-18 for information to help your academic life.
Take our Academic Awareness Week Quiz, and you could win;
1st Prize $50.00 Gift Card, Mask, Hand Sanitizer
2nd Prize $30.00 Gift Card, Mask, Hand Sanitizer
3rd Prize $20.00 Gift Card, Mask, Hand Sanitizer
Visit our Academic Advocacy webpage for more information
U-Pass for the Fall Term will be assessed to students attending on-campus classes. Undergraduate Students taking only online (remote) delivery of Fall Term courses will not be assessed the U-Pass fee.
Those attending on-campus courses may apply to opt-out of the U-Pass service if you qualify for one of the following categories: those living outside the city limits, those living in on-campus housing (Ogle Hall, Voyageur Place Residence, Lutheran Theological Seminary, and St. Andrew’s, *College Quarter residences are not eligible), or those unable to ride the bus due to a disability.
Opt-Out applications are available at ussu.ca/upass. The last day to apply for the Term 1 Opt-Out is September 17, 2020. Completed online applications are due no later than 4:30pm.
U-Pass activation details are being finalized and will be available as soon as possible.
Details regarding opt-ins for U-Pass will be announced at a later date.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
With online (remote) delivery of Spring and Summer courses, undergraduate students will not be assessed the U-Pass fee. You may see the fee on your account, but the amount will not be collected.
Please note that students will not have access to spring and summer U-PASS. Students wishing to access transit can visit Saskatoon Transit to see the various payment options available. Information on U-PASS availability for the Fall semester will be announced at a later date.
For more information visit ussu.ca/upass or email email@example.com
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union exists to represent, serve, and support the academic and non-academic needs of undergraduate students of the University of Saskatchewan through accountable, dynamic, and unified leadership. It also serves to protect and maintain the integrity of quality, accessible public education.
Understanding the many difficulties students are facing, we have decided to hold the student union fee at the 19/20 rate and collect $48.06 for the fall term. We are reducing our infrastructure fee by 50% and collecting $32.22 for the fall term. These reductions are made possible by financial reserves and investments that we are able to draw from for short term support.
The USSU is committed to providing services to our members and will announce any updates regarding changes as decisions for the fall are made.
The Student Graphic and Media Designer
works with the Communications and Marketing Manager to develop and complete communication initiatives including print, video editing, and digital materials that promote and maximize awareness of the USSU, its operations, and services.
This position is a part-time, term position (with the possibility for a second term), working 20 hours per week September-April, and 38 hours per week May-August. Applicants must be current undergraduate students at the University of Saskatchewan.
Please email your cover letter, resume, and portfolio by December 7, 2018 to:
Communications and Marketing Manager
University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union
We thank all candidates, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.