Saskatchewan Polytechnic (Moose Jaw Campus)

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A nationally and internationally recognized provider of skills and technical training, Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers over 160 programs through four urban campuses across Saskatchewan and through an extensive distance education network. Our focus on hands-on training contributes to a graduate employment rate consistently in excess of 95 percent.

More than 13,000 students are enrolled in our programs and we draw approximately 31,000 additional individual registrations. Our certificate and diploma programs touch virtually every sector of the economy.

Through transfer credit agreements with a number of Canadian universities, many of our diploma programs provide graduates with up to two years of credit towards a university degree.

Areas of Expertise

Our campus, located in the friendly city of Moose Jaw, offers programs that focus on providing the skills and technical training with a hands-on approach needed for the workplace.

On Campus Housing

While we do not have student residences on our campus, a housing registry that lists living accommodations is available to you. You can access it at http://www.saskpolytech.ca/student-services/resources-and-reference/documents/Moose-Jaw-Housing.pdf

Off Campus Housing

While we do not have student residences on our campus, a housing registry that lists living accommodations is available to you. You can access it at http://www.saskpolytech.ca/student-services/resources-and-reference/documents/Moose-Jaw-Housing.pdf

Career Planning

Counselling services are available to students year-round. They are able to provide guidance and advice regarding career paths, program selection, student employment services and study habits. Throughout the academic year, short courses are offered to help improve study habits and stress management.

Sports

Intramurals as well as intercollegiate sports are provided for students, and some intramurals do require a fee. The Palliser Panthers compete annually at the Prairie Athletics Conference along with other Saskatchewan Polytechnic campuses and local colleges.

Activities

A gynmasium is available for students when not being used for intramurals, recreation courses, or team activities. A well equipped fitness centre is also located on campus. All athletic equipment and facilities are available on a drop-in basis. For more information you can go to our recreation website: http://www.saskpolytech.ca/student-services/student-life/recreation-and-athletics.aspx.

Special Services

Unique to Saskatchewan Polytechnic campuses are Aboriginal Student Activity/Counselling Centres. Although accessible to all students, centre staff primarily deliver support services to students of Aboriginal ancestry.

Campus Tour

Come. See. Investigate. It is a new way to explore our programs and services, and learn how to put knowledge to work. Please see the Saskatchewan Polytechnic website for more information.

Modified on April 06, 2015