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With over 45% of the total student population at the University of Saskatchewan, Arts & Science is the largest and most diverse college on campus: made up of 22 departments, 4 affiliated departments, and 15 interdisciplinary programs, all taught by over 300 faculty members. Providing over half the undergraduate courses at the University of Saskatchewan, the college offers more than 60 subject areas grouped into four program types: Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Fine Arts.
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The Student and Enrolment Services Division (SESD) is an exciting new division at the University of Saskatchewan. Combining the previous functions of the Office of the Registrar and Student Affairs & Services, SESD focuses on providing developmental and support services and programs to students and the University community.
The University Calendar is an introductory guide to the University of Saskatchewan's programs, courses, services, admission procedures, and academic requirements. Please also note that the courses listed in the University Calendar are not necessarily offered each year. The University Calendar also contains some of the policies and regulations all students of the University of Saskatchewan are required to observe.
Located at the Frank & Ellen Remai Arts Centre, 100 Spadina Cres. E. Presents five or six plays a year on their Mainstage, three to four in their Deep End Series, and Youtheatre.
Theatre in the round. Founded in 1966 by Ken and Sue Kramer, Globe was Saskatchewan's first professional theatre company. More than forty years later, Globe Theatre is the province's largest performing arts organization and the regional theatre for Regina and southern Saskatchewan.
Founded in 2004 by five independent theatre companies, each company produces their own body of work as a part of one distinctively different season.
Presented in the tent on the bank of the South Saskatchewan River, July through August.
Dancing Sky Theatre is located in the small village of Meacham about 67 kms east of Saskatoon. It is committed to producing new and established Canadian work.
Since 1985, Troupe de jour has been presenting French theatre in the city.
The SPC is a playwright-run organization that focuses on play development. Members, from novice to experienced, have access to a number of services including one-on-one consultation with the resident dramaturge, workshops with professional directors and actors, staged readings, seminars, play reading circles.
Once known as the Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company (SNTC), they engaged members of the community regarding the next phase of the organization’s transition. In consultation with the Tootoosis family and after a process of ceremonial protocol, SNTC has successfully renamed their organization. The new name, Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre, honours Gordon Tootoosis, a Cree and Canadian icon and one of the founding members of SNTC. They have a new focus on mentorship of emerging Indigenous artists, a focus on Circle of Voices (COV).
Presents the Women’s Arts Festival in the spring, and the Saskatoon Fringe in the summer.
Saskatoon's professional opera company.