St. Peter’s College brings together a picturesque country setting with academic excellence. Located in Saskatchewan’s heartland, St. Peter’s College offers the best of both worlds — friendly and supportive learning environment and excellent instruction with access to the University of Saskatchewan — all of this amidst a beautiful landscape!
Our reputation for quality, innovation and excellence has gained provincial, national and international attention. Our former students and alumni are the entrepreneurs, lawyers, science and health professionals, educators and leaders who are making a difference in communities, provinces and countries throughout the world.
St. Peter’s College has been affiliated with the University of Saskatchewan since 1926.
St. Peter’s College offers face-to-face University of Saskatchewan classes.
Many students attend St. Peter’s College to take their first and second year of Arts and Science, their first year of Business/Commerce, Agriculture, or Kinesiology or to fulfill the entry requirements to colleges such as Nursing, Medicine, Dentistry, Law, Nutrition, Pharmacy, Veterinary Medicine and Education.
St. Peter’s College is recognized across Western Canada as a Centre for Writing and offers the St. Peter’s College Writing Diploma and Summer Writing Workshops. Other specialized programming includes the part-time Edwards Business Administration Certificate.
Our students are University of Saskatchewan students. You must be accepted by the University of Saskatchewan in order to attend St. Peter’s. Our classes are University of Saskatchewan classes and your marks will appear on a University of Saskatchewan transcript. St. Peter’s College also accepts University of Saskatchewan students through the visiting student application. Many students attend St. Peter’s and go on to the University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina, University of Manitoba, Minot State University, and other places throughout the world.
St. Peter’s College is…..
The Key to Your Success!
Michael Hall – St. Peter’s College