Students will attain a basic knowledge of cognition as it applies to learning. They will learn to apply their knowledge of strategies, skills, and attitude through active monitoring of their own lifestyle, decision-making, and self-regulation in an effort to improve upon their overall academic success and view of learning.
Post-Secondary Institution: U of S College of Arts and Science
Post-Secondary Credit: INTS 100.3: Strategies for Academic Success
High School Credit Life Transitions 30
Fees and Tuition: $579 (tuition) + $90 (one time application fee) + textbooks
This course follows the U of S schedule which is not aligned with the high school schedule.
There are extra fees (tuition for the U of S) associated with this course; there are NO fees charged by the DLC. So, if you get an automatically generated DLC invoice stating that you owe $500, please ignore it.
Also, this course may require exam supervision at a school.
A dedicated Sun West DLC teacher will support students through the registration process, help to resolve issues that arise throughout the course and serve as a liaison between the student/parent and the post-secondary institution.
The U of S instructor will provide all instruction, clarify content, and conduct assessments.
1. Phone (306) 252-1000 or register online with the DLC to ensure your high school credit is properly recorded.
2. Upon receipt of that form, you will be emailed an application form to fill out and send to the U of S. This form advises of a one-time U of S student application fee of $90. This fee, along with all tuition costs, must be paid directly to the U of S. There may also be other fees associated with this course including textbook or other resource costs.
The application form and fee can be sent to or dropped off at:
Admissions and Transfer Credit
105 Administration Place
University of Saskatchewan
If you have questions regarding the process, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (306) 966-6718.
3. Once your application is processed, the U of S will email notification to you and payment will be due immediately. Your admission letter will provide the credentials needed to access your U of S student account (PAWS) where you can learn about outstanding fees and payment options.