How do i rent a locker?
The Locker Rental Program is operated out of the SPSA Offices. To rent a locker you will need a valid Student ID Card or photo identification and know approximately where you would like your locker. Please note that lockers cannot be exchanged once rented. All efforts will be made to accommodate your locker request.
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*Prices as of July 1, 2017
what does my student fee cover?
Membership in the SPSA is compulsory for all full-time and part-time students; all students pay the mandatory fee.
1. Student Government Elections
2. Student Appeal Committee Hearing
3. Scholarships, Student Loans and Bursary Council
4. Saskatchewan Post Secondary Education Affordability & Accessibility Taskforce
5. Strategic Enrollment Management Committee
6. Saskatchewan Polytechnic Program Review Council
7. Strategic Plan Refresh Committee
8. Saskatchewan Polytechnic Harassment Prevention Committee
9. Saskatchewan Polytechnic Policy Review Committee
10. Saskatchewan Polytechnic Board of Directors
11. ASAP Steering Committee
12. Equity Awareness Committee
13. Various Saskatchewan Polytechnic & other committees as requested
14. Various National Conferences and Boards
PUBLICATIONS & INFORMATION
1. Scanner – Student Newspaper
2. TV Communication System
3. City Maps
4. Various Informational Brochures for Students
5. Student Handbook/Day Planner
6. ASK Poly App for iPhone and Android
7. Web Page – www.spsa.ca and Social Media Outlets
8. Campus Bulletin Boards
9. City Transit Information
1. Thirsty Thursday Pub Nights
2. Awards Night
3. Children’s Christmas Party
4. Fundraising for Charitable Organizations
5. Rider Trips
6. Ski/Board Trips
7. Blood Drives
1. Health & Dental Plan
2. Full-Time Student Advocate
3. Prepaid Legal Consultation Service
4. Fax and Photocopying Service
5. Food Bank, Good Food Box and SAvivor Programs (upon registration)
6. Clubs Program
7. Tutor and Housing Registries
8. Income Tax Service
9. Campus Coffee Shops (Henri’s/The Canteen)
10. Locker Rental
11. Short-Term Emergency Funding (upon approval of application)
12. Executive & Class Honorariums
13. Executive & Staff Travel Expenses to Conferences
15. Commissioner of Oaths/Notary Public
16. Cable Television in Lounge Areas
17. Cultural, Activity and Recreation Grants
18. Entertainment Games
19. Student Resource Library
20. Vending Machine Refunds
*Note – Some services may be campus specific. Please see your SPSA Office for details.
where do i pay my student fees?
All student fees are paid at the Accounting Office on your respective campus.
how can i access a tutor?
The SPSA has an online tutor registry for students to access free of charge. This registry allows tutors from across the province to list their tutoring services.
Tutors who post on the registry are independent tutors, and as such are not employees of the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Students’ Association Inc. or Saskatchewan Polytechnic. As independent tutors, the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Students’ Association Inc. and Saskatchewan Polytechnic are not responsible for any incidents that might occur.
where can i find a place to live?
Check out the SPSA Housing Registry at: www.spsa.ca/housingregistry or stop by your SPSA Office.
Am i covered under the health & dental Plan?
Learn about the specifics of the Health & Dental Plan by clicking HERE or by visiting your Health & Dental Plan Office.
can i post advertisements on campus?
Ratified campus Student Clubs can post information at no cost across the campuses. Businesses who wish to post on campus are required to become a preferred advertiser for a nominal fee. For information on becoming a preferred advertiser please contact, Ashley Poole at email@example.com or call (306) 659-4340. Note: ALL posted advertisements on campus must obtain prior approval from the SPSA Office on campus.
how can i start a student club?
Pick up your Student Club start up package at the SPSA Office in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina, or Saskatoon.
where can i go if i need financial assistance?
The SPSA recognizes that as a student budgets tend to get a bit tight during the school year. To help alleviate some of that stress we offer a Short-Term Emergency Loan Program. These loans are in place to help you cover your expenses so that you can continue to attend school. For specific policies and procedures or to apply for a loan, please visit the SPSA Office.
where can i go for legal service?
Students are entitled to a free 1/2 hour legal consultation per academic year. Appointments with the lawyer can be made at the SPSA Office in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina, or Saskatoon.
how can i access the food bank on campus?
The SPSA – Regina is a Regina Food Bank agency and will assist with referrals. There are limited spots available on a bi-weekly basis. Please see the SPSA Office on the Regina Campus for more information.
The SPSA Office in Saskatoon provides students the ability to order and pick-up food bank hampers on campus.
Note – Starting October 1, 2017, the Saskatoon Food Bank will only deliver once a week (Wednesday) to the Saskatoon Main Campus and will deliver a maximum of 8 food hampers.
how do i contact the student advocate?
The Advocacy Manager can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (306) 659-4345.