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Arts and Science Parent/Supporter Information Session

Posted in Students & Campus Life
Aug 13, 2020

Two Arts and Science parent/supporter information sessions are being offered this summer online via WebEx.

This online session is designed to help parents and supporters of new College of Arts and Science students to:

1. become familiar with the university supports available to their students;
2. answer questions parents and supporters may have about university;
3. understand their role in helping their students transition to university;

Thursday, Aug. 13
6:30–8:30 pm (Saskatchewan time)
Online via WebEx

Follow this link to register

Please be sure to download the WebEx app to your device before joining the session.

An earlier information session is scheduled for Wednesday, July 29.


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