About Us

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.

The Office of Student Services aims to inspire and equip every College of Medicine learner to achieve their maximum potential through academic, professional, and personal growth so they may become healthcare leaders serving the communities of Saskatchewan and beyond.


  • Advocate for learners as they navigate the College of Medicine and external stakeholder organizations.
  • Create a safe and inclusive culture that promotes an encouraging, compassionate, and confidential support system for learners in the College of Medicine.
  • Build relationships and equip learners to foster their well-being throughout their careers.
  • Promote agency within learners, to meet them where they are and support their initiatives and goals.
  • Provide resources and holistic skills to help foster professional identity development on the learners’ career exploration journeys.

Functional Responsibilities of Student Services 

  • Advocacy & Support
  • Accessibility & Accommodation
  • Academic Supports
  • Career Advising & Mentorship
  • Mistreatment, Discrimination and Harassment
  • Wellness

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 effectively deal with challenges and we 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. Ginger Ruddy
Student Services Director
Tel: 306-966-7275

Ginger Ruddy

Sara Bryson,
Administrative Assistant,
Student Services/Career Advising & Mentoring
Tel: 306-966-7275

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Edith Conacher
Student Affairs Coordinator
Tel: 306-966-4751

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Bev Digout
Student Affairs Coordinator
Tel: 306-966-8224

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Chris Florizone
Student Affairs Adminstrator
Tel: 306-966-7331



Dr. Nicole Fahlman
Regina Site Director    
Tel: 306-209-0142

Sue Schmidt
Student Affairs Coordinator 
Tel: 306-766-0620
Michelle Grove
Student Affairs Associate
Tel: 306:766-0553


Prince Albert Dr. Romy Moodliar
Prince Albert Site Director
Cell: 306-960-8609
Office: 306-953-1688

Sara Bryson
Administrative Assistant
Student Services/Career Advising & Mentoring
Tel: 306-966-7275


Sheldon Moellenbeck
Coordinator for Career Advising 
& Mentoring

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Dr. Richard Nataraj
Career Advisor
Tel: 306-966-7275  

Dr. Lee Kolla
Career Advisor
Tel: 306-966-7275


Dr. Andrew Houmphan
Career Advisor
Tel: 306-966-7275



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

Amanda Crowe
Indigenous Coordinator