Introduction for Parents
If your son or daughter is considering a university education, then St. Peter's College is a terrific choice!
At St. Peter's College, we offer a smooth transition from high school to university.
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St. Peter's College is located in rural East-Central Saskatchewan. The nearest city, Humboldt, is 10 km away. Our entire student body numbers at around 150 students and there are small class sizes with the avarage number of studnets per class being 20. Your son or daughter will benefit from the small friendly campus where students, staff and faculty know each other. St. Peter's College is where life-long friendships are forged.
St. Peter's College staff and faculty are committed to the success of your son or daughter. We are known for excellence in education. SPC Testimonials.
As an affiliate of the University of Saskatchewan, all of St. Peter's College faculty must be approved by the University of Saskatchewan and many of them teach at the U of S as well. Your son or daughter will be benefit from being taught by instructors who are highly qualified, approachable and committed to providing the best in education. In addition to being approachable in class, our faculty also have office hours when students can get additional help. SPC Faculty.
Your son or daughter can also access the many programs offered at our Academic Centre of Excellence located in the main College building. Sessions are held on topics such as time management, developing effective study habits, developing essay or exam writing skills.
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Choosing St. Peter's College for the first and second year of university makes sense financially. Our tuition is low compared to other universities. You son or daughter is eligible for University of Saskatchewan scholarships, as well as, the thousands of dollars of St. Peter's College scholarships, bursaries and awards. Living expenses are also lower at St. Peter's College. Our College residence fees and meal plans are very reasonable. If you live in East Central Saskatchewan, your son or daughter may be able to save additional money by living at home and driving in to classes.