Last day to apply for Winter Term Opt-Outs is January 18, 2021. Completed online applications are due no later than 4:30pm.
If you wish to opt-in or book an appointment to activate your U-Pass, visit ussu.ca/upass
Due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, Place Riel will remain closed to the general public. This means U-Pass must be distributed differently for the Winter Term.
Any student taking anything at all on campus will be assessed the U-Pass fee. Please schedule an appointment and come individually to Place Riel for your card activation, activations are required each term. Appointment information will be sent to you with your confirmation email.
Students taking remote delivery classes will not be automatically assessed, and opt-ins are required each term. Any student who wishes to Opt-In to the U-Pass Click Here and follow these steps:
Winter Term Opt-Ins will be processed by Student Accounts starting the first week of January 2021. Saskatoon Transit will allow students to access the bus with their student card while Student Accounts processes the Opt-Ins until January 18, 2021.
If you have been assessed the U-Pass fee, normal parameters exist for opting out for students attending on-campus courses. Students may apply to opt-out of the U-Pass service if they qualify in one of the following categories: living outside the city limits, living in on-campus housing (Ogle Hall, Voyageur Place Residence, Lutheran Theological Seminary, and St. Andrew’s, (College Quarter residences are not eligible), or they are unable to ride the bus due to a disability.
Winter Term Opt-Outs will be processed by Student Accounts starting the first week of January 2021.
The last day to apply for the Winter Term Opt-Out is January 18, 2021. Completed online applications are due no later than 4:30pm.
Face masks (non-medical mask or cloth face-coverings) are mandatory in all indoor public spaces for faculty, staff, and students who have approved access or are required to be on campus.
If you are feeling unwell and/or showing signs of illness, you should self-isolate. Even if your illness and symptoms are not consistent with that of the COVID-19 virus, please stay home, monitor your symptoms, and reduce your contact with others:
For more information regarding U-Pass, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The USSU wants to know about your experience during the fall term to understand how we can better advocate on your behalf. By completing this survey, you will be entered to win one of three $50 gift cards.
The USSU is working alongside the UCRU Undergraduates of Canadian Research Intensive Universities and eight student unions across the nation to bring you the #DebtFreeDegree campaign. This is a movement aimed at increasing the accessibility and affordability of post-secondary education in Canada.
We are advocating to the Government of Canada to accomplish two main goals:
· Doubling government investments in Canada Student Grants
· Establishing a two-year grace period on all federal loans
We encourage you to join the movement by writing a postcard to your MP at debtfreedegree.ca/take-action, or we will send it for you, sharing our posts with your network, and providing us with feedback at email@example.com
All undergraduate students are eligible to propose amendments to the USSU Bylaw. The USSU consults with the USSU lawyer to ensure that the proposed amendments adhere to the spirit and intent of the Bylaw.
The AGM will be held Thursday, November 19, 2020, at 6 pm on ZOOM. To register for the Annual General Meeting visit ussu.ca/agmregistration
The USSU is hosting a Mayoral Candidates Forum on October 20th at 5pm on ZOOM. Martin Gaal from the Department of Political Studies at the University of Saskatchewan will moderate the forum. Join us to ask questions that concern students.
Charlie Clark (incumbent)