R.J.D. Williams Building, 221 Cumberland Avenue North.

The USSU Childcare Centre is subsidized by the government and serves the needs of undergraduate students with 66 available spots for children 6 months to 6 years old. With qualified staff, as well as snacks and meals provided, the environment invites a fun and encouraging environment for children to develop in.

Room 110 – Place Riel Student Centre

With student-oriented issues such as tuition costs and limited funding, the Food Centre was established in 2003 by the USSU and the Saskatchewan Food Bank.  Due to the widespread issue of student hunger, the Food Centre offers emergency hampers to students with a valid Saskatchewan Health Card and Student ID.

Room 27, Place Riel Tunnel

The USSU Help Centre seeks to provide a warm, supportive environment to provide knowledge and information for students. With resources such as an exam file as well as peer support for individuals who need referrals or someone to talk to, the Help Centre provides assistance and support for students.

Room 104 Memorial Union Building

The USSU Pride Centre provides a safe, welcoming, and diverse environment for individuals of all sexual orientations and gender identities. In this open and non-discriminatory space, individuals are free to express, connect, collaborate and advocate with others.

Room 105 Memorial Union Building

The USSU Women’s Centre is a positive safe space for individuals to discuss topics of feminism and activism. The Women’s Centre has a feminist library, resources, information as well as a space for like-minded individuals to empower, inspire and enlighten one another.