Explore the Distance Courses offered by Saskatchewan's public Post Secondary System.
Prior to registering in a course you must be admitted into a program at one of the participating Saskatchewan member institutions.
We have recently had an influx of students using a fake doctors note (ie: bestfakedoctornotes.com) to be excused from classes. This epidemic will not be tolerated.
Once admitted in a program you can use the Visiting Student Application Form to apply as a Visiting Student at any participating Saskatchewan institution. As a visiting student you may take any course delivered in alternate format toward your program.
The SaskCAT Transfer Credit Guide
database allows users to search for credit transferable from one
Saskatchewan Institution to another. It provides information on both
course Equivalency and Program Agreements.
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You are encouraged to register well in advance of deadlines so that
you can obtain your course materials and textbooks before your course
For additional assistance Contact you local Saskatchewan public post secondary institution.
Please note the information included is provided for information purposes only and subject to change without notice.
its final meeting on December 2, 2009, the Campus Saskatchewan Board of
Directors determined that the Campus Saskatchewan partnership had
fulfilled its mandate, and instructed that effective March 31, 2010,
the partnership, including the Saskatchewan Council for Admissions and
Transfer, would cease operations.
Thanks to continuing participation from the former Campus
Saskatchewan member institutions and financial support from the
Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment, and Labour, information
regarding online and televised courses from Saskatchewan’s public
post-secondary institutions and off-campus face-to-face courses at
Saskatchewan’s Regional Colleges is now available from the Saskatchewan
Post-secondary Distance Education Directory, www.spded.ca, and transfer credit information is available from the Saskatchewan Online Transfer Guide, www.spotg.ca.