Class of 1972 Gives Back in an Exceptional Way
Upon their graduation in 1972, the law class promised to stay close and keep in touch. This bond is still strong, as half of the Class of 1972 gathered for a reunion in July 2022 t...
New scholarship: Mitakye Owasin Award in Pharmacy
The college is happy to announce the creation of its first scholarship for Indigenous students.
Fund to cement hockey team’s legacy
Success on the ice to come from success off the ice through new initiative
Never far from home
USask alumna travelled the world in the foreign service, but will always be remembered at USask through scholarship
Memorial award commemorates USask graduate’s passion for linguistics, art
Claire Mueller's family has established an award to financially support undergraduate students enrolled in linguistics and studio art
Late USask graduate’s wishes fulfilled with creation of chemistry scholarship
Susan Gibson (BA'69, LLB'69) dedicated funds in will to recognize work of brother and distinguished professor emeritus
Orano Canada donation will improve access for Indigenous STEM students at USask
The $60,000 gift will support new Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways programming
New support for international students at risk
Undergraduate and graduate students are experiencing educational interruption and displacement because of these changing political environments. As USask welcomes students from mor...
Building capacity to manufacture vaccines
Continued donor support will enable VIDO to expand its capabilities as Canada’s Centre for Pandemic Research
Be a champion for students
You can give students the boost they need to finish the year strong.
Keeping the lights on in Canada’s North
USask program offers a transformative opportunity through renewable energy for Indigenous people
New scholarships will support USask students in fine arts, astronomy and environmental programs
The Gerald & Joan Johnson Endowed Student Award was created through a $100,000 gift to the College of Arts and Science
Saskatoon hospital foundations offer support to USask’s VIDO
Three of Saskatoon’s hospital foundations have partnered to donate $230,000 in support of Canada’s Centre for Pandemic Research at the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Vaccine ...
USask donors support creation of ohpinamake, a new prize for Indigenous artists
An award of $10,000 will be provided annually for the next five years, thanks to the generosity of donors Jim (BE'76) and Marian Knock
Building an everlasting bond
After millions of dollars in support spanning decades, Ron (BE'62, DCL'13) and Jane (BEd'62) Graham’s hearts have never strayed far from the University of Saskatchewan (USask). The...
Donor-funded teaching boat enhances USask biology student training
Seven students joined the first official voyage of the boat in September to learn practical skills in the field of limnology—the study of inland waters
Alumni Ron and Jane Graham’s $5.9-million gift assists vaccine research, Huskie Athletics, engineering and education students at USask
The University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) most generous alumni, Ron (BE'62, DCL'13) and Jane (BEd'62) Graham, are supporting Huskie Athletics, the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Org...
VIDO gift has far-reaching impacts
Saskatoon couple gives $1 million to VIDO to enhance ground-breaking vaccine research efforts
USask research is for the birds
The legacy of a conservationist lives on through her $2.3-million gift and allows USask researchers and students to soar.
HRF donation supports vaccine research
To help protect Saskatchewan residents from emerging disease threats, Hospitals of Regina Foundation (HRF) has invested $150,000 to help establish Canada’s Centre for Pandemic Rese...
USask students thrive in career transition with support from RBC Future Launch
RBC commits $1 million to expand the RBC Learn to Work, Work to Learn program
Saskatchewan Blue Cross invests $150K to help establish USask’s VIDO as Canada’s Centre for Pandemic Research
The Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is one step closer to establishing its Centre for Pandemic Research, thanks to a $1...
USask student receives inaugural Gabriel Dumont Graduate Scholarship in Métis Studies
A high-achieving University of Saskatchewan (USask) student has been awarded the inaugural Gabriel Dumont Graduate Scholarship in Métis Studies, valued at $20,000.
USask students need YOU to navigate crises with strength
Through all the ups and downs of coping with a pandemic, and the many challenges University of Saskatchewan (USask) students were faced with as we quickly transitioned to online le...
Your support means so much to USask students
When you donate to the Nasser Family Emergency Student Trust, you are immediately helping students get back up from financial distresses, mental health crises and experiencing tech...
Ducks Unlimited Canada endowed chair at USask the first of its kind in the country
A rising star in conservation science has been hired as the Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) Endowed Chair in Wetland and Waterfowl Conservation at the University of Saskatchewan (USas...
Randi Marcel Nelson Memorial Bursary will support USask music students
A new bursary for students in the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Department of Music will honour the memory of a beloved teacher and musician.
USask unites to help students in crisis, in a year like no other
Since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared a year ago, alumni, staff and faculty have donated more than $689,000 for University of Saskatchewan (USask) students who needed emergency ...
Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways supported through $100,000 NIB Trust Fund contribution
Established in 2012, ISAP welcomes First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students to the College of Arts and Science through academically grounded programming that builds confidence, kno...
His memory lives on: Legacy of Huskie athlete supports students with mental illness
Matthew Baraniuk, a former University of Saskatchewan (USask) student and Huskie athlete passed away in 2020 at the age of 20 from his struggles with mental illness. His legacy liv...
NSERC, FCL commit $2.5M to renew USask research chair focused on eco-friendly gas station cleanup
An innovative collaboration among Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL), the federal funding agency NSERC, and the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is improving how contaminated ...
Scholarship support helps a student-parent succeed
A single parent and mature student, Marcia Little credits her scholarship for providing her the flexibility to take care of her family while succeeding academically.
Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence program introduced at USask’s University Library
The first position of its kind at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) and unique in the province, the Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence program at the University Library is sl...
Making a donation before year’s end?
To be eligible for a 2020 tax receipt, the University of Saskatchewan must receive your donation on or before December 31, 2020.
Donors inspire aspiring business and law leader
Through hard work and support from her donor-funded scholarship, Jina Bae is on track to pursuing her childhood dream.
Merry QUIZ-mas from USask! Your chance to play and WIN—for students
Donate before December 31, 2020 to support student scholarships and bursaries, and get the chance to win one of our newest University of Saskatchewan (USask) hoodies when you take ...
Pioneer for black medical students wants to make the world a better place
Thanks to donor support, Oluwakayode (Kayode) Adesina is next-in-line to becoming a healthcare hero, and has also been part of the inaugural executive council of the Black Medical ...
USask alumnus creates travel fund for students
For Dr. That T. Ngo (BSc’69, SC’70, PhD’74), studying abroad was a life-changing experience. It’s an opportunity he wants more students to have.
University of Saskatchewan honours four individuals on National Philanthropy Day
On National Philanthropy Day, November 15, charities and community organizations celebrate philanthropy and the many ways it impact our world for the better.
Dr. Irene Evans: Helping students in need succeed
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) recognized Dr. Irene (Puetz) Evans (MD’63) as the 2020 recipient of a Legacy Leader Award for National Philanthropy Day. The award was presen...
Campaign for Students: Today here, tomorrow the world
Last year, the Campaign for Students raised over $1.17M to support the University of Saskatchewan (USask) students in need, helping them excel in their educational pursuits. Your d...
Campaign for Students: Making a difference
Studying in the kitchen, solving equations by their bedside, and rehearsing presentations in the living room are only a few of the many scenarios students are experiencing this yea...
Remembering a USask supporter, successful financier and art aficionado
From small-town roots to the world of international banking, William Shurniak became a prominent successful business executive who was also passionate about art and never forgot hi...
Student support: A helping hand in time of need
For more than 100 years, the Kiwanis Club of Saskatoon has been a vital service group in the community, providing music scholarships and character awards to high school students an...
A connection as solid as a rock
Despite the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Saskatchewan’s Ore Gangue alumni group remains socially connected and deeply rooted in philanthropy.
USask receives $3.14M from Sask govt. to replace turf at Griffiths Stadium in Nutrien Park
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has received $3.14 million in funding from the Government of Saskatchewan for its artificial turf replacement project at Griffiths Stadium in...
Donor support helps law student connect with the community
Inspired by the lawyers who volunteered at the same non-profits as she did during her undergraduate English degree at the University of Calgary, Barbara Baker is now at the Univers...
An aspiring Indigenous teacher is carrying on her culture and language, thanks to donor support
Rayne Favel had a childhood dream of becoming a nurse. However, she soon realized that her calling is to carry on her Cree culture and language.