In an emergency situtation where you require immediate assistance please CALL 9-1-1 FOR POLICE, FIRE, and AMBULANCE. Below is a list of campus supports that should be contacted in all other emergency situations.

Protective Services (available 24-hours) 306-966-5555
Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Services (Mobile Crisis available 24-hours) 306-933-6200
USSU SafeWalk 306-966-SAFE (7233)
RA on-duty
Building RA on-Duty Phone Number Duty Hours
Voyageur Place 306-281-4496   7:00 pm-7:00 am; daily
Assiniboine and Wollaston 306-291-5007
Seager Wheeler 306-361-7656
College Quarter Phase I 306-290-4470
College Quarter Phase II 306-291-9967
 
Coordinators, Student Life
Area Office Phone
Coordinator - Voyageur Place SASK 136 306-966-6565
Coordinator - Assiniboine and Wollaston Voyageur Place 306-966-6524
Coordinator - Seager Wheeler Voyageur Place  306-966-1420
Coordinator - College Quarter Phase I AS 113 306-966-6562
Coordinator - College Quarter Phase II BR 114 306-966-6536
 
Residence Managers
Manager Office Phone
Residence Manager – Student Life SASK 102 306-966-2698
Residence Manager – Operations SASK 127 303-966-6801

 

International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC) 
The International Student and Study Abroad Centre provides support to international students through services, programs and activities, while promoting cross-cultural understanding within the university and its surrounding community.  Contact Info Location: Room 80 Lower Place Riel
Phone number: 306-966-4925
Email: international.students@usask.ca
Website: http://students.usask.ca/international/issac.php#Programs
Drop-in hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 am–4:30 pm
Help Centre 
The Help Centre has a student loans advisor who can assist students with Canada or Saskatchewan loans and a student affairs officer who can assist with personal problems, conflicts with professors, class withdrawals, etc.  Contact Info Location: Room 27 Place Riel Tunnel
Phone number: 306-966-6981
Email: help.centre@ussu.ca
Website: http://ussu.ca/main-page/centres/help-centre/
Drop-in hours: Monday–Friday, 9 am–4:30 pm (September to April)
Student Counselling Services 
Counselling services are available to all students and prospective students free of charge. The services provided include personal counselling, couples counselling, family therapy, support groups and career counselling.  Contact Info Location: Third Floor Place Riel
Phone number: 306-966-4920
Website: students.usask.ca/wellness
Drop-in hours: Monday–Friday, 9–11am; 1–3 pm
Student Health Centre
The Student Health Centre is located in Place Riel and provides health care for all students, their spouses, partners and dependents. The centre offers a wide variety of services such as general medical treatment, minor emergency/first aid care, massage and chiropractic services, etc.  Contact Info Location: Fourth Floor Place Riel
Phone number: 306-966-5768
Website: students.usask.ca/current/ life/health/healthservices
Drop-in hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 am–4:30 pm
Disability Services for Students (DSS)

Disability Services for Students (DSS) assists students by offering programs and advocacy services in order to foster an accessible campus. Any student with a diagnosed physical, intellectual or learning disability or impairment, or a mental disorder may register with DSS. Services available include exam accommodation, note taking, etc. Contact Info Location: E1 Administration Building
Phone number: 306-966-7273
Email: dss@usask.ca
Website: http://students.usask.ca/health/centres/disability-services-for-students.php
Drop-in hours: Monday–Friday, 9–10 am; 1–2 pm
Aboriginal Students’ Centre (ASC) 
The Aboriginal Students’ Centre offers a variety of programs, events and support services to current and prospective Aboriginal students and supports Aboriginal achievement.  Contact Info Location: Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre, 5 Campus Drive
Phone number: 306-966-5790
Email: asc@usask.ca
Website: http://students.usask.ca/aboriginal/asc.php#ProgramsandServices
Drop-in hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 am–4:30 pm 
Pride Centre

The USSU Pride Centre is a welcoming and celebratory campus community,providing a friendly, inclusive environment for those of all sexual orientations and gender identities.  Contact Info Location: 104 Memorial Union Building
Phone number: 306-966-6615
Email: pride.centre@ussu.ca
Website: http://ussu.ca/main-page/centres/pride-centre/
Drop-in hours: Monday–Friday, 9 am–4:30 pm (September to April)
Women’s Centre 
The Women’s Centre is a safe, comfortable and positive space that strives to celebrate feminism and activism and provide a supportive environment.   Contact Info Location: 105 Memorial Union Building
Phone number: 306-966-6980
Email: womens.centre@ussu.ca
Website: http://ussu.ca/main-page/centres/womens-centre/
Drop-in hours: Monday–Friday, 9 am–4:30 pm (September to April
Food Centre 
The Food Centre is set up on campus to assist students who are unable to put food on the table for themselves due to limited financial resources. The Food Centre works in conjunction with the Saskatoon Food Bank in response to student hunger on campus. Emergency food hampers can be requested, as well as orders for CHEP Good Food boxes.  Contact Info Location: Room 110 – Place Riel Student Centre
Phone number: 306-966-1792
Email: food.centre@ussu.ca
Website: http://ussu.ca/main-page/centres/food-centre/ 
Childcare Centre 
The Childcare Centre serves as a USSU-affiliated childcare organization to serve the University of Saskatchewan community. The Centre cares for children aged six months to six years of age with facilities located right on campus.  Contact Info Location: R.J.D. Williams Building, 221 Cumberland Avenue North
Phone number: 306-966-2777
Email: childcare@ussu.ca
Website: http://ussu.ca/main-page/centres/childcare-centre/
Student’s Union (USSU) 
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union offers a number of services available to undergraduate students. The full list of services can be viewed online at: http://ussu.ca/main-page/services/  Contact Info Location: Upper Place Riel
Phone number: 306-966-6960
Email: contactus@ussu.ca
Website: www.ussu.ca
Drop-in Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Graduate Student Association (GSA) 
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union offers a number of services to graduate students. The full list of services can be viewed online at: http://www.gsa.usask.ca/services/index.php  Contact Info Location: Emmanuel & St. Chad – 1337 College Drive
Phone number: 306-966-8547
Email: gsa.admin@usask.ca
Website: www.gsa.usask.ca
Drop-in Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-7:30 pm  

Saskatoon Sexual Assault and Information Centre

1-888-338-0880

Saskatchewan 24 Hour Health Line

1-877-800-0002

Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre

306-664-6565

Saskatoon Mental Health and Addiction Services

306-655-7777

Family Service Saskatoon

306-244-0127

Royal University Hospital

306-655-1362