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We invite you to browse the following sections to explore why you might consider joining the University of Saskatchewan College of Nursing.
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Nursing has a long history of delivering nursing education. Established in 1938, the College has over 10, 700 alumni, offers both undergraduate and graduate nursing education, and is recognized as having the highest number of self-declared Indigenous nursing students in Canada.
Our programming includes a three year, indirect entry Bachelor of Science in Nursing, two year Post-Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Nursing Professional Practice or Thesis, Master of Nursing Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner or Postgraduate Degree Specialization Certificate Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner, and Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing. Our engaged nursing faculty and staff are dedicated to creating an innovative and creative student education experience.
USask College of Nursing is committed to offering undergraduate students across Saskatchewan and graduate students across Canada access to high quality nursing education. We use a distributive learning approach, enabling both undergraduate and graduate learners to learn where they live.
By using unique and innovative technology to support teaching and learning distributively, USask College of Nursing offers in-person programming at nursing campuses in Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and Regina, as well as, at sites in La Ronge, Île-à-la-Crosse, Lloydminster, and Yorkton. Learn more about our locations.
The University of Saskatchewan is one of Canada’s top 15 research intensive universities. The College of Nursing plays an active role in the university’s strong research culture. Working together, we are tackling some of the most pressing health-care issues and leading innovations in health-care education.
Our faculty have been awarded provincial, national, and international funding and have forged strong alliances with community partners and researchers around the globe. They are recognized as leaders in their fields of research and professional practice and for their contributions to advance the health of Canadians. The Nursing Unit for Research and Scholarship Excellence (NURSE) provides comprehensive pre-and post-award supports to faculty in their discovery efforts. Learn more about our research.
USask College of Nursing, along with the University of Saskatchewan, prioritizes Indigenous engagement. Since 2012, the College of Nursing’s Indigenous enrollment has more than doubled. The College is leading the country in the proportion and number of Indigenous nursing students we educate.
Our University of Saskatchewan Community of Aboriginal Nursing (UCAN) advisors work with students at all sites to build community, provide advisement, and support. College of Nursing Associate Professor Dr. Holly Graham (PhD) was awarded an Indigenous Research Chair in Nursing in April 2020. Entitled wahkohtowin, this research chair is focused on mentorship and reconciliation, with the goal of improving the health of Indigenous peoples. This is one of six such chairs awarded across Canada. Learn more about our Indigenous initiatives.
The future at the University of Saskatchewan is bright. Our strategic plan positions us to become a world leader in educating nurses in interprofessional health care, research, practice, innovation, capacity building, and policy. We encourage you to follow College of Nursing news to see how we are becoming a College of Nursing the world needs.
The University of Saskatchewan was established in 1907 and is home to over 25, 700 students from 130 countries and over 6,500 faculty and staff. We are an innovative and diverse community of well-recognized experts striving to make USask the university the world needs.
USask is an outstanding institution of research, learning, knowledge-keeping, reconciliation, and inclusion. We have the largest cluster of health science disciplines in Canada with six colleges and three schools. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to collaborate with other health science disciplines, such as Medicine, Pharmacy, and Public Health, promoting collaboration among interprofessional teams to investigate and solve health problems both locally and globally.
The University of Saskatchewan is one of the top research-intensive, medical doctoral universities in Canada and a proud member of the U15. USask provides some of the best facilities and analytical tools in the country, and is home to many unique research facilities and support services.
Working at a top-tier research university comes with a strong benefits and pension package.
Imagine enjoying one of seven on-campus museums and galleries on your lunch hour or participating in one of the hundred annual events, public lectures, or concerts.For more information on working at the University of Saskatchewan, visit the career website.
Saskatchewan is a vast and beautiful land located in the heart of North America, spanning six Treaty territories and numerous First Nations, and the homeland of the Métis.
Whether you are exploring the badlands in the Southwest, the rolling prairies in the Southeast, or the forests from the central region up to the northern border (with thousands of lakes and rivers throughout!), as the “Land of the Living Skies”, Saskatchewan offers breath-taking horizons and vistas.
Saskatchewan is home to 19 national parks and historic sites, 39 provincial parks and historic sites, and 75 accredited regional parks that will inspire the adventurer within!
The College of Nursing is housed within 3 University of Saskatchewan campuses and at 3 partner sites across Saskatchewan.
The University of Saskatchewan campus is on Treaty 6 territory in Saskatoon. Culturally diverse and the host of numerous acclaimed arts and culture festivals, Saskatoon is home to the Remai Modern, a museum of modern and contemporary art, and the most comprehensive collection of linocuts by Pablo Picasso.
Just outside of Saskatoon, you will find Wanuskewin, a global centre of excellence in fostering education and respect for the land based on expressions of Indigenous culture, heritage, and arts.
The Regina campus is located in the provincial capital city and is the closest city to the centre of North America! Regina is home to the CFL Saskatchewan Roughriders (with Canada’s proudest and most enthusiastic fans!), the RCMP Training Depot, the Saskatchewan Science Centre, and Wascana Lake (a recreational hotspot!).
Last, but certainly not least, is the Prince Albert campus. Prince Albert is the “Gateway to the North” and offers access to world-class fishing, hunting, and outdoor adventure. The stunning Prince Albert National Park and Elk Ridge Resort are located only a minutes' drive away from this welcoming city.
Did you know?
- With approximately 100,000 lakes, nearly 10% of Saskatchewan’s surface area is water.
- Saskatchewan has five million acres of parkland.
- The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program helps non‑Canadians make Saskatchewan their home.
- Saskatoon is one of the sunniest places in all of Canada - blessed to receive a whopping 2,268 hours of glorious sun annually!
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
The College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan invites applications from qualified individuals for full time, tenure track Assistant, Associate or Full Professors. To meet the dynamic and exciting growth of our nursing programs, these positions are available at either our Saskatoon or Prince Albert campuses.Full Description
Without Term Instructor
Casual Instructor Positions
To meet the dynamic and exciting growth in our nursing programs, the College of Nursing is looking for casual clinical/lab instructors in Lloydminster, North Battleford, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon, Yorkton, La Ronge, and Île-à-la-Crosse. See full job description and requirements below. Submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.Full Description
The University believes equity, diversity, and inclusion strengthen the community and enhance excellence, innovation and creativity. We are dedicated to recruiting individuals who will enrich our work and learning environments. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.
We are committed to providing accommodations to those with a disability or medical necessity. If you require an accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please notify us and we will work together on the accommodation request.
The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. We pay our respects to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place and reaffirm our relationship with one another. Together, we are uplifting Indigenization to a place of prominence at the University of Saskatchewan.