Please check post-secondary school websites to access the most current information.
Regional Colleges offer post-secondary learning opportunities in more than 40 communities across Saskatchewan.
Students can enroll in university and technical training without having the extra costs of leaving home. Regional
colleges provide counselling and other resources to help students make decisions about career path and
employment future as well as offering scholarship/bursary funding.
Saskatchewan's seven Regional Colleges
Carlton Trail Regional College (Humboldt, Davidson, Southey, Watrous and Wynyard)
Cumberland College (Melfort, Nipawin, Tisdale and Hudson Bay)
Great Plains College (Swift Current, Biggar, Kindersley)
North West Regional College (North Battleford, Meadow Lake, Spiritwood, St. Wallburg and Unity
Northlands College (Air Ronge, Buffalo Narrows, La Ronge, and Creighton
Parkland College (Yorkton, Melville, Canora, Esterhazy and Fort Qu'Appelle
Southeast Regional College (Weyburn, Estevan, Assiniboia and Whitewood
What is the Difference between universities and technical institutes/colleges?
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