Student Services Mission

  • The provision of an encouraging, compassionate and confidential environment for students in the College of Medicine
  • To inspire students to achieve their maximum potential in academic and personal growth as a fundamental component of their college training
  • To assist in a consultant role with the Student Medical Society of Saskatchewan on student initiatives and projects

Our services provide a safe place for current MD undergraduate students to seek support when they have academic or personal issues. We provide resources and support around mental and physical health, mistreatment and discrimination, disabilities, financial planning, career advising and mentorship.

Student Services encompasses a number of specific support and information groups including the Office of Student Affairs, the Indigenous Student Services and the Office of Career Advising & Mentorship.


Office of Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) was established to provide a safe, welcoming place for students to explore ideas and work toward solutions in an open-minded, proactive environment. Our office offers confidential support and advice at “arm’s length” from the academic/administrative offices of the CoM.  We provide Students with an independent and informal forum in which to clarify concerns, identify goals and explore options for managing or resolving concerns.

It is our goal to enhance the ability of all student to deal effectively with challenges and are committed to helping students thrive during their time in the college. We encourage students to seek assistance as soon as possible as outcomes are often much better with early consideration.

Office of Career Advising and Mentorship

The Office of Career Advising and Mentorship supports all elements of career planning, mentoring programs, and the residency match within the College of Medicine. The Office provides everything from confidential advising appointments to events designed to facilitate mentoring relationships in the community. We work in close collaboration with a variety of medical community partners such as the Physician Recruitment Agency of Saskatchewan and Careers in Medicine® to offer effective access to a career advising system, resources, and mentorship.

Contact Student Services

Dr. Bindu Nair,
Assistant Dean
Sara Bryson,
Administrative Assistant,
Student Services/Career Advising & Mentoring
Tel: 306-966-7275
Saskatoon
Regina
Prince Albert
Edith Conacher 
Student Affairs Officer
Room 5B28, Health Sciences
Tel: 966-4751
Fax:966-6164
Lisa Persaud,
Specialist, Student Affairs
Room 1B13.01
Regina General Hospital
Tel:  306-766-0620
 Dr. Dale Ardell ,
Prince Albert Site Director
Tel: 306-763-8888
Amanda Willms,
Administrative Assistant,
Office of Student Affairs
Tel: 306-966-7331
Dr. Nicole Fahlman,
Regina Site Director
Tel: 306-209-0142
Dr. Tiann O'Carroll,
Regina Site Director
Tel: 306-529-0777
Saskatoon Regina

Stephanie Marshall,
Coordinator for Career Advising 
& Mentoring

Dr. Tom Perron,
Career Advisor
306-966-7275

Dr. Megan Clark,
Career Advisor,
306-966-7275

Valerie Arnault-Pelletier,
Indigenous Students Coordinator
Tel:  306-966-5901

Louise Ferguson
Administrative Assistant for
Indigenous Students Coordinator
Tel: 306-966-7909