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Assistance From A Distance
This online scheduler is an easy way to book a one-on-one session with our SPSA Staff. Whether it’s Health and Dental, Used Textbooks, Student Advocacy or Legal Service, with Assistance From A Distance, you can chat with us via phone or video conference to discuss the details of our services.
SPSA Clubs has moved – find our clubs info under – Campus Life – SPSA Clubs.
Commissioner of Oaths/Notary Public
By appointment through the SPSA Office, the SPSA can notarize documents for students, staff and public. Students can access this service free of charge with a valid Student ID Card, where staff and public are charged a nominal fee.
Prince Albert – Students can request a food hamper from the Food Bank through our office once a month. Contact the Prince Albert SPSA Office for order submission deadlines, pick up dates and more. To submit a food hamper request, complete this form and email it to email@example.com.
Regina – The SPSA 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.
Saskatoon – The SPSA in conjunction with the Saskatoon Food Bank provides the opportunity for students to request and pick up food hampers at the Main Saskatoon Campus. Information and request forms are available through the SPSA Office.
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.
Are you looking for a place to live? Stop by the SPSA Office on your respective campus, visit our Online Housing Registry or give us a call to see what housing advertisements are currently available and close to Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon.
If you have a place to rent out, you can call or email us at the following contact information, or download the advertising form here.
KOFE – Knowledge of Financial Education
Creating a budget or learning how to financially set yourself up for the future can be stressful. Through the KOFE platform students can access learning modules, budgeting tools, and financial counselling completely free! Head over to our MyWellness page to learn more!
The SPSA provides an outgoing mail service to students. Drop off your mail with sufficient postage at the SPSA Office.
Students have access to mental health professionals through secure and confidential online counselling. Through this service students have the ability to select from a variety of medically vetted professionals who are available based on the students schedule (mornings, nights and weekends) and who, combined, speak over 15 different languages.
The first half-hour session is free, but there is a minimal cost for additional meetings. Fortunately, the SPSA Health and Dental Plan provides coverage for this service to ensure students can access the service. Please contact your local SPSA office for specific Plan details.
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The SPSA owns and operates a plotter and can print large format posters for a small fee. Further inquires about specific sizes, costs, colours and paper options can be made to Ashley Poole at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre-paid Legal Consultation
A pre-paid legal consultation service is available through the SPSA Office. 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.
The SAvivor program has been created to provide students in need with one breakfast and one supper once a month. If you are in need of a couple quick meals to get you through until you can purchase groceries or receive a food bank hamper, stop by the SPSA Office in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina or Saskatoon to receive a SAvivor pack.
Short-term Emergency Loan
The SPSA Short-term Emergency Loan program is in place to help you cover expenses related to school so that you can continue your studies. For specific information regarding these loans or how to apply, please visit the SPSA Office.
Are you interested in starting up a student society or perhaps even joining an existing society? Stop by the SPSA Office in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina or Saskatoon to pick up a clubs ratification package or receive a list of on-campus student societies.
During tax time, the SPSA offers a free tax service to registered Sask Polytech students. This service is for filing basic tax returns. Some restrictions apply and proof of enrollment is required.
Each SPSA Office sells transit passes for their respective city. Pass options vary by campus and the prices are set by the city. See the SPSA Office for details.
Are you looking for a tutor? Perhaps you excel in a certain subject area and would like to help out others. Whether you’re looking for assistance or wanting to advertise your tutoring services, the SPSA Tutor Registry is a great place to start.
Purchasing Used Textbooks
The SPSA has a variety of used textbooks for sale at each of our offices. Stop by to view our inventory or view our book list inventory below.
All textbooks are final sale.
View our online listings below. Lists are updated once per day, Monday – Friday.
Selling Used Textbooks
If you have used textbooks you’re looking to sell, sell them on consignment through the SPSA! Stop by our office with your used books or give us a call to learn more. Fill out the Used Textbook Form here.
Various Funding Programs
The SPSA believes in encouraging quality campus life at Saskatchewan Polytechnic and as such may grant funding to students and/or groups to enhance their educational experience. We offer both Cultural and Activity Grants. For information on Grant specifics and how to apply, please see the SPSA Office.
The locations of ABM’s on each campus are as follows:
By the Commissionaires
In front of the Cafeteria
Tech Centre outside Cafeteria
Academic Centre Canteen
On Main Street near Student Lounge
Main Campus near Gymnasium
Some campuses may have access to games such as ping pong, foosball and pool tables.
Microwaves are located in your Student Lounge at various buildings. These microwaves are available to students during venue operation hours.
Cable TVs are located across the campuses in your Student Lounges.