Founded in 1907, the University of Saskatchewan has established an impressive history of academic excellence. The University has conferred over 130,000 degrees and our alumni can be found on every continent making contributions to business, education, government and the arts. The University of Saskatchewan has produced Rhodes Scholars and Nobel Prize winners; our researchers pioneered the use of radiation in the treatment of cancer; and our engineering students have established a number of world records in international super-mileage competitions.
Unique in Canada, the University of Saskatchewan is the only university with five health science colleges. Our Department of Computer Science was recently ranked number one in Canada in terms of the scientific impact of its research. Our College of Agriculture has a global reputation for being on the cutting edge of agricultural technology and our College of Engineering is ranked among the top twenty engineering programs in North America.
One of the most important resources for learning and research at any university is the library. The University of Saskatchewan library system has been ranked as one of the best in Canada. Our open-stack holdings exceed one and a half million books, eight thousand periodicals, and two and a half million microforms as well as being a repository for Canadian Government documents.
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