Making a Key Difference
Our emphasis on mentorship, leadership and inspirational learning opportunities continues to distinguish St. Peter's College and contributes to a significant student success rate. St. Peter's also ensures academic success, positive economic impacts and commitment to community.
Because business, industry, community leaders and government tell us there is a critical demand for a qualified workforce, and because St. Peter's College is experiencing a high demand for quality programming and enhanced facilities, we are taking an important first step in gathering the funds needed to continue our $15 million plan to renew the College's infrastructure, enhance teaching, technology and programming and grow. The Key to Success Campaign will help us to do that.
Nestled within 500 acres of mixed forest and organic farmland, St. Peter's College provides first- and second-year students with fully accredited Arts and Science, Business and Agriculture courses. Many students start their degree program at the College or fulfill the entry requirements for professional colleges such as Medicine, Law, Nutrition, Education Kinesiology, and Pharmacy at other universities. The College also offers a Creative Writing Diploma and other university, professional and community programming.
St. Peter's College award-winning, experienced and friendly faculty and staff, combined with engaging small class sizes and strong sense of community, ensure our students receive the finest quality of instruction and the experience they need to be successful.
St. Peter's College is an integral part of the region and the province, providing vital services and participating as a responsible corporate citizen.
As an economic engine, St. Peter's College generates and attracts millions of dollars per year to the local economy and is essential to sustainable rural economic development for Saskatchewan.
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Programming that benefits the whole region, as well as many provincial and national organizations, would not be possible without the College or its facilities. There is no question that the College's facilities, including the Sportsplex and the 46,000-square foot Michael Hall, a designated provincial heritage property, is vital to the success of many sport, recreation, social and cultural initiatives.