New Scholarship Announcement

The Brian Ehmann scholarship was created from the donation of Brian Arthur Ehmann, who completed his education at St. Peter's College and worked for 37 years at various finance pos...

Re-Engineered

St. Peter's College and the College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan have committed to extending their partnership regarding the first-year of Engineering at St. Pe...

A Modern Guitar Case

Engineering students at St. Peter's College had to research and create a marketable presentation around transporting musical instruments, which in this case, was a guitar.

7 reasons why you should avoid a gap-year

We discuss 7 reasons why students considering a gap year should re-consider their options and the consequences involved.

Accelerated Scholarship 2021

The accelerated scholarship is offered to all high schools within the Horizon School Division and to Naicam High School. It allows students in their grade 12 year the opportunity t...

Fr. Paul Passes Away

Fr. Paul Paproski passed away from Lou Gehrig's disease on the evening of January 28th, 2021. Fr. Paul was chaplain of the Men in Black (MIB) at St. Peter's College and helped shap...

Mental Health Day

January 28 is Bell Let's Talk Day, which is a campaign that Bell developed to raise awareness and combat stigma surrounding mental illness in Canada.

Community Survey

St. Peter's launches a survey asking the community for their perspectives on the future of St. Peter's College.

Final Exams

The final exam schedule was released earlier in the fall term, but we are reminding students to consider their schedule and prepare a study and work plan accordingly.

Spirit Days

The remainder of the winter term will see students dressing up in themes as part of a student government initiative. The first day that kicked off the events was a formal day, whic...

Winter Wonderland

The great blizzard of November 2020, which blew approximately 45cm of snow at the College left a beautiful scene in its wake. Explore pictures of the campus in its winter glory.

Mandatory Masks

Effective November 19th, the use of masks on campus will become mandatory.

2020 Student Government Elected

The St. Peter's College Student Government for 2020-2021 has been elected and will be primarily in charge of student inclusivity and events.

Student wins $10,000 nursing scholarship

Dilraj Singh, a St. Peter's College student from 2019-2020, was the recipient of the Marvin and Dagmar Romanow Scholarship from the University of Saskatchewan.

Student wins $10,000 nursing scholarship

Dilraj Singh, a St. Peter's College student from 2019-2020, was the recipient of the Marvin & Dagmar Romanow Scholarship from the University of Saskatchewan.

Roof Renovations

The sports complex at St. Peter's College has undergone renovations during summer which were mostly focused on the roof.

St. Peter's College awards approximately $90,000 in Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries

St. Peter's College has tallied the numbers and awarded approximately $90,000 in scholarship funding for the 2020 - 2021 academic year.

New Art Classes Offered at St. Peter's College

St. Peter's College is offering four new senior-level art classes in painting and drawing. The classes in Fall are ART 220 and 222, while the Winter offerings are ART 221 and 223.

New: The Jacob Leicht Memorial Game Changer Award

St. Peter's College is announcing a new scholarship that was established by Dynamic Funds in partnership with Kurt and Celeste Leicht in memory of Jacob Leicht.

9 Reasons Why A Gap Year Might Not Be A Good Idea

We explore 9 reasons why a student taking a gap year during the 2020-2021 academic terms might not be a good idea.

St. Peter's to Offer Hybrid Educational Model

St. Peter's College has announced an update to their plans for the 2020 Fall term.

Information Afternoon

St. Peter's College will be hosting an online session for all students interested in St. Peter's College and the University of Saskatchewan

Tuition Rates Announced for 2020-2021

St. Peter's College has announced their tuiton rates for the 2020 - 2021 academic year.