The USSU is proud to offer this service to our members! If you’re struggling to find support during this time of physical distancing, Empower Me provides access to counselling and other well-being services delivered by telephone or video-conferencing. It’s confidential, multilingual, and accessible 24/7 at 1-833-628-5589 from anywhere in North America.
Learn more at www.studentcare.ca
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union (USSU) is conducting elections for the USSU Executive and University Senate. Voting begins at 9am on Wednesday, March 24, and ends at 4pm on Thursday, March 25.
All eligible voters will have access to the My Election channel in PAWS. Additionally, a notice of the election will appear in PAWS as a larger “sticky” announcement at the top of the PAWS Announcements feed and will not disappear until dismissed by individual users (with “Vote now” or “No thanks” buttons) or the close of the election.
For candidate information visit ussu.ca/elections
Learn more about your USSU executive candidates by watching the March 17th forum or viewing their campaign platforms. Thanks to all who attended and asked great questions of the students looking to represent you in 2021-2022.
2021-22 USSU Executive Candidates
Hello International Students!
The Immigrant and Refugee Health Club is offering an opportunity to connect with students in the College of Medicine to help international students who may be dealing with social isolation, who need help understanding the Canadian healthcare system, or who may want to practice their English language conversation skills.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and feel free to sign up here.
Meet your USSU candidates, March 17, at 7pm on Zoom. Students will be able to ask questions at the forum. If you are unable to attend, you can email your questions to email@example.com or comment on Facebook. Candidate information is also available at https://ussu.ca/…/elections/ussu-executive-candidates/
Register in advance for the forum.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
An Experience in Excellence is actualized through recognizing those leadership qualities in an individual that better both the academic and non-academic environment for the undergraduate students of the University of Saskatchewan. Nominations are open until March 15, 2021.
Vera Pezer Award for Student Enhancement (Volunteerism)
This award is presented to U of S student volunteers who have given their time and energy to ensure that non-academic facets of the student experience are enhanced. Nominate a deserving student.
Walter Murray Leadership Award
This award is presented to an undergraduate student who has provided leadership beyond the call of duty in enhancing the student experience at the University of Saskatchewan. Nominate a deserving student.
Academic Advising Award
This award honours outstanding delivery of Academic Advising at the University of Saskatchewan and serves to recognize the importance that Academic Advising has on enhancing the student experience. Nominate a deserving Academic Advisor.
Experience in Excellence Award winners will be annouced at the end of March.
The USSU is currently collaborating with UTILE (Student Housing Implementation Working Group) on a study to better understand the issues affecting the Canadian student population, especially relating to housing.
To better meet the needs of university tenants, we must document the situation and put student housing on the radar of our governments. This project is the most ambitious survey to date on this subject in Canada.
The students studying at the University of Saskatchewan are being asked to answer this short survey, which will take less than 10 minutes. Whether you live in an apartment or with your parents, we want to know about your housing reality!
Personally-identifying information is never collected, all responses are anonymized, and data will only be used for research and non-profit purposes. The study will help advance knowledge about student housing in Saskatoon, in Saskatchewan, and across Canada.
To access the survey (available in French and English), click on this link:
Thank you for your valuable collaboration on this project.