The Health Sciences manages all public spaces in the Health Sciences Building in consultation with the Operation Committees overseeing space allocation and use in the facility. Any change in the use of space in the facility or renovations to the space must be pre-approved through the Health Sciences.
The USask Health Sciences manages and operates six display monitors in the B-Wing of the Health Sciences Building. The purpose of these screens—which may be utilized by students, faculty and staff—include wayfinding, communicating greetings and good news, and promoting events, services and other pertinent initiatives within the building.
Faculty Office Allocations
It is the goal of the Health Sciences Operations Committees to maximize the use of all space within the Health Sciences Building while simultaneously supporting teachers, mentors, and researchers. Because all office space in the Health Sciences Building is non-college and non-departmental, all office assignments for faculty and academic professionals are coordinated through through the Health Sciences based on the guiding principles developed and approved by the Health Science Research Operations Committee.
Key and Access Card Policy
The USask Health Sciences issues building/room keys and access cards to faculty, staff, resident students, authorized non-resident students or visiting scientists, and persons or organizations with contractual agreements with the University.
All keys/access cards are the property of the University and must be returned upon termination of employment. Obsolete or unneeded keys must be returned to the Health Sciences main office in Room 5D30 for disposal.
Key and Access Card Permissions
The purpose of this policy is to protect the property and privacy of the university and of individuals assigned to use Health Sciences facilities, by limiting access to such owned or leased facilities to assigned individuals and to their supervisors.
This policy was developed to ensure the LEED standards pertaining to “daylighting” as originally designed for the Health Science D and E Wings are followed so as to not disadvantage the occupants of interior offices.
The purpose of this policy is to help ensure that occupants and users of the Health Sciences Building are not adversely affected by second-hand smoke.
The University of Saskatchewan Health Sciences manages all public spaces in the Health Sciences Building in consultation with the Health Sciences Operation Committee overseeing space allocation and use in the facility. Any change in the use of space in the facility or renovations to the space must be pre-approved through the Health Sciences.
The USask Health Sciences manages all public spaces in the Health Sciences Building as well as a small number of the meeting rooms. Any use of event space or meeting rooms in the facility must be pre-approved.
Once renovations to A-Wing are complete, the USask Health Sciences Building will be comprised of over 75 research labs, 650 office spaces, 50 meeting rooms, and classroom capacity to accommodate over 1500 students. Spread throughout five wings spanning (in some areas) up to six floors, the facility is often a challenge for newcomers to navigate.
To reference floor plans of the Health Sciences Building, please click the links below.