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2021-22 academic timetable

2021-22 Course Schedule Released

St. Peter's College has released its course timetable for the 2021-22 academic year. All courses and times are subject to change.

St. Peter's College has released the course schedule for incoming and returning students.  Students will continue to have options in their electives so that they can pursue their interests and create a foundation of knowledge to flourish on.

All classes, with the exceptions of always-online options from the University of Saskatchewan, will continue to be held in the hybrid style of learning for the 2021-22 academic year. Hybrid learning allows students flexibility in their learning by offering classes in-person and remotely. In-person students can continue to benefit from the supportive & successful environment that St. Peter's College is known for, while remote learners can tune in live through state-of-the-art cameras in the ceiling and microphone systems in the classrooms. Students are offered their preference of learning, with most students in the 2020-21 academic terms choosing to learn in-person while following stringent health and safety guidelines.

Of note, the current iteration of the timetable offers all students, with the exception of engineers, Fridays away from classes. This openness in the schedule will allow students more opportunities to pursue academic, social, and work-related endeavors by providing consistency for students to build their college experience around.

Accelerated students and members of the public will also be pleased to see the availability of evening and weekend classes, which provides opportunities for casual learners to enjoy an education without losing time from their busy weekday schedules. There are weekend art classes available for beginners and intermediate painters and evening drawing classes for those interested in a mid-week option.

Finally, exiting students who are attending the University of Saskatchewan for their 2nd or 3rd year of studies will be able to continue to take classes from their home-campus and favorite professors thanks to the hybrid learning offerings. These students, living in Saskatoon but wanting to continue with St. Peter's College classes, will be able to meet some program requirements or electives with the remote option.

Please note that the class schedule is subject to change without notice.

If you or someone you know wants to start your USASK degree at St. Peter's College, talk to an advisor today to consider your options. 

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