Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Established 
1988
Main Campus 
1130 Idywyld Drive
PO Box 1520
Saskatoon, SK S7K 3R5
Highlights 
Saskatchewan Polytechnic serves 28,000 distinct students through applied learning opportunities at campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon, and through extensive distance education opportunities. Programs serve every economic and public service sector. As a polytechnic, the organization provides the depth of learning appropriate to employer and student need, including certificate, diploma and degree programs, and apprenticeship training. Saskatchewan Polytechnic engages in applied research, drawing on faculty expertise to support innovation by employers, and providing students the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills.

Campus Locations:

Moose Jaw Campus
Saskatchewan St and 6th Ave NW
PO Box 1420
Moose Jaw SK S6H 4R4

Prince Albert Campus
1100-15th St E
PO Box 3003
Prince Albert SK S6V 7S4

REGINA CAMPUS
4500 Wascana Pky
PO Box 556
Regina SK S4P 3A3

Saskatoon Campus
1130 Idylwyld Dr N
PO Box 1520
Saskatoon SK S7K 3R5

Administrative Offices
400-119 4th Ave S
Saskatoon SK S7K 5X2

Contact Us:

1-866-467-4278

askaquestion@saskpolytech.ca

Saskatchewan Polytechnic is renowned for its expertise in:

  • Applied Research
  • Health
  • Manufacturing
  • Natural Resources
  • Nursing
  • Trades

Sask Polytech offers bachelor's degrees in:

Institutional Data from the 2015-2016 Reporting Year:

***The student count is calculated by summing full-time enrollment, part-time enrollment, other-credit enrollment, and the number of apprentices pursuing training at the institution. ***

Quick Facts about Saskatchewan Polytechnic

  • 97% of employers said they’d hire a Sask Polytech grad again
  • 96% employer satisfaction rate with Sask Polytech grads
  • 96% of grads rate program quality as satisfied to very satisfied
  • 19% of the total student population identify as Indigenous

Through applied research Sask Polytech collaborates with companies and individuals to solve business challenges. Through testing and pursing innovation we enable companies to capture new opportunities.
Sask Polytech’s Office of Applied Research and Innovation works with industry partners to develop solutions to everyday problems and contribute to economic growth and job creation in Saskatchewan.
Applied research partners have access to exceptional facilities and faculty expertise, funding for research and development and a wide network of connections.

Sask Polytech delivers solutions to industry problems

Applied research projects at Sask Polytech are steered by industry, business and the community. Through a collaborative applied research approach Sask Polytech can help industry adapt to technological advancements, respond to changing needs of their sector and contribute to creating a stable economy.

Sask Polytech can help innovate and develop prototypes for industry partners

Sask Polytech has the in-house capacity to conduct experiential development, business validation, and technology adoption and provides the resources industry needs to innovate. Faculty and staff combine their expertise with a wide spectrum of leading-edge technology such as 3D printers, water laser-jet cutters, and computer numerical control (CNC) machines to assist research partners with the capital-intensive components of the product development process.

Sask Polytech involves students in applied research and innovation

Students participate in applied research projects that offer team work and problem-solving experiences to solve real business challenges. The benefit of student participation is dual: businesses get access to an additional resource and students build their skills, ensuring graduates are ready to contribute on the job on day one.

Sask Polytech gets research and development funding

From start-ups to established industries, Sask Polytech knows where to look to find financial support. Whether you are looking to start a new project or take your business to the next level, Sask Polytech will put our knowledge to work connecting researchers and their industry partners with the funds they need.

For more information, visit: saskpolytech.ca/research

Intercultural Services provides support and guidance to newcomers (permanent resident) or international students, as they work to meet their educational and career goal sat Sask Polytech.

 Support for students include:

  • Transitioning into Canadian culture and the Canadian academic environment
  • Assessing student need and making referrals
  • Providing culturally responsive counselling support
  • Ensuring international and newcomer student perspectives are represented throughout the institution
  • Facilitating student success workshops
  • Promoting opportunities for student engagement, leadership, and volunteerism

Sask Polytech offers English language training and testing services to both newcomers and to individuals who want to improve in English, including Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC), and International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

International Educational Partnerships

Sask Polytech has been designing, delivering and managing international development projects for more than 30 years. It has extensive project development and management experience in Africa, the Middle East, Caribbean, Central America, Asia and Eastern Europe.

Sask Polytech’s experience includes working with Global Affairs Canada on bilateral and partnership projects, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank technical assistance and various trust fund programs.

Sask Polytech’s approach to knowledge transfer has renewed programming, upgraded curriculum in business, mining, nursing, telecommunications, adult education and literacy, agriculture and dental therapy. Through the introduction of employer-driven program development, Sask Polytech has guided schools around the world with curriculum development and building partnerships between the training institutions and industry. Sask Polytech has introduced new approaches to teaching, focusing on experiential learning versus more formal lecturing approaches.

International Education

Sask Polytech International Education recruits students from around the world to study at Sask Polytech campuses in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Our students come from a number of countries, including:

  • India
  • China
  • Nigeria
  • South Korea
  • Jamaica

International Education also manages the brokering of Sask Polytech programming internationally at select partner institutions outside Canada and supports Canadian students that wish to engage in education abroad activities.

For more information, visit: saskpolytech.ca/international

 

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Administrative Offices
400 - 119 4th Avenue South
Saskatoon SK  S7K 5X2
Phone: (306) 659-3891
Toll free: 1-866-goSIAST (467-4278)

President:
Dr. Larry Rosia
President and CEO
Tel (306) 659-3801
larry.rosia@saskpolytech.ca


Provost and Vice President, Academic
Dr. Anne Neufeld
Tel (306) 659-3806
anne.neufeld@saskpolytech.ca

 

CFO and Vice President, Administrative Services 
Deborah Meyers
Tel (306) 659-3804
deborah.meyers@saskpolytech.ca

Terence Carswell
Associate Vice-President, Human Resources
(306) 659-3768
terence.carswell@saskpolytech.ca


Associate Vice-President, Financial Services
Cheryl Schmitz
(306) 659-3811
cheryl.schmitz@saskpolytech.ca

 

Associate Vice-President, Research and Innovation
Susan Blum
(306) 659-3756
Susan.Blum@saskpolytech.ca