USSU | Services

By: U Of S Students' Union  09-12-2011
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The USSU is proud to provide a wide variety of services to enhance the student experience at the University of Saskatchewan. Explore the USSU services section to learn more about what the USSU offers, including academic support, student clubs, health and dental programs, public transit passes, and more.

The USSU Academic Advocacy Office is committed to helping students with academic problems, including grievances with instructors, professors or University administrators.
Find your books too expensive? So do we! Your Students' Union has been working together with the Bookstore toward reducing the cost of materials by initiating a national collaboration effort. We have been working with post-secondary institutes from across Canada — and now we are looking for your help.
For students who were not able to get a parking spot through the online parking lottery, you may be eligible for the USSU Designated Parking Program. .
The USSU offers health and dental options to U of S undergraduate and graduate students through ihaveaplan. To learn more, click to access the .
Need a place to live? Have a place or room to rent or lease? .
The USSU Information Centre is your first stop for on or off campus-related information, as well as many products and services including U-PASS stickers, locker rentals, faxing, theatre and live event tickets, photocopying card and more.
The USSU has a notary public on staff who will provide notary service, by appointment. This service is free to undergraduate students upon presentation of a valid student card.

One of the most popular publications on the U of S campus, to view the current edition the USSU Survival Calendar .
Students seeking additional support for their studies are invited to check out the USSU Tutor Registry. The registry is frequently updated.
U-PASS is a service that provides city transportation passes to qualified students from the U of S. To learn more about the program and its qualifications,

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