Programs and services


Safewalk volunteers walk people safely to their destination on or near campus from Sunday to Thursday, 8:30 pm to 11:30 pm. Outside of these hours, Protective Services provides walking escorts.

This service is free and available to students, staff, faculty and campus visitors. 

Safety training and equipment

Safety Resources offers many safety training courses and can assist you and identifying an appropriate preventative and protective measure for a hazard in your workplace. They can also help in selecting safety equipment.

Crime and crisis prevention

There are programs and services that can help make work spaces more safe and training available so you can know what to do when dealing with individuals who may pose a threat to themselves or others and other emergency situations.

Procedures and guidelines

Discrimination and harassment

The University of Saskatchewan is committed to creating and maintaining a positive environment for working and learning that is free of discrimination and harassment

Sexual assault and misconduct

The Sexual Assault Procedures document sets out procedures and a response protocol to incidents of sexual assault and sexual misconduct at the University of Saskatchewan.

Smoking, Alcohol, and Substances

Environmental hazard and safety

Procedures and guidelines

There are many procedures and guidelines available to support your safety.

Occupational Acquired Allergies and Sensitivities Awareness

Everyday tips

  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Only carry essential cash/credit cards with you.
  • Be familiar with the location of all emergency phones on campus.
  • If you are concerned about walking across campus, contact Safewalk for an escort.
  • Try to stay in well-lit, higher traffic areas.
  • Consider taking a self-defense course (there is a Self Defense course offered to women on campus)

Download the USAFE app

USAFE is the university's safety app, which features emergency contacts, safety tips, a personal safety tools, maps, and much more.

Getting help

Protective Services

University of Saskatchewan
129, 72 Campus Drive

(306) 966-5555 (24 Hours)

Safety Resources

150 Research Annex
105 Maintenance Road
Saskatoon SK S7N 5C5
(306) 966-4675
 (306) 966-8394

 Safety Resources