Student life at Horizon College & Seminary offers a unique experience. It is a place where you are surrounded by people who are hungry to know more of God. At Horizon you will connect with students, staff, and faculty in ways that will bring you closer to Christ and that will ultimately transform you. Through classes, one-on-one conversations, spiritual formation groups, and chapels you will also get a chance to grow spiritually academically, and socially.

Here you’ll find a list of support documents, policies and more.

Student Coaching

Every first-year or new DE student at Horizon is provided with support from a Student Coach.

Student Coaches are senior students who are familiar with college life and who are skilled in setting and meeting goals for academic success. Your Student Coach will meet with you regularly throughout your first year so you can ask questions about your studies, set study goals for your courses, and get connected with the people and resources on campus that can help you meet your goals.

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Accessible Learning Services & Accommodations

Horizon aims to provide an accessible learning environment for all our students. If you would benefit from learning accommodations due to temporary or ongoing physical or mental health conditions or learning disabilities, please contact us as soon as possible to schedule a conversation.

A temporary or ongoing condition that might interfere with academic learning could include:

  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Hearing impairment
  • Specific Learning Disability, such as Dyslexia
  • Psychiatric or mental health disability
  • Physical/medical disability (including brain injury and chronic health conditions)
  • Visual impairment
  • Mobility impairment

 Reasonable accommodations and services may include:

  • Extra time or extensions for assignments, reading, and exams
  • Quiet or private space for exams
  • A reader and/or scribe for exams
  • Reduced course load
  • Peer note-taker
  • Alternate-format course materials
  • Use of assistive or adaptive technology, such as screen readers
  • Assignment format alternatives
  • Recorded lectures
  • Allowance of break periods as needed to relieve stress, anxiety, or other conditions

In all cases we ask that you provide current documentation of the disability or condition you wish to disclose. Horizon takes appropriate care to ensure confidentiality about any such disclosures. For more information, contact Richelle Bekkattla, Horizon’s Library Technician, at Note that student life and academic support is limited over the summer term.

Medical Questionnaire

Emotional Support Animals

Horizon recognizes the role of Emotional Support Animals (ESA). As defined by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission Policy on Support Animals, an ESA is an animal that has been prescribed by a professional to support an individual with a documented disability, though the animal does not require specialized training.

Horizon will consider a request by a student with a documented disability for reasonable accommodation to allow an ESA to accompany the student on campus, but the request must first be approved through the application process before bringing the animal onsite.

ESA Policy

International Student Handbook


Sexual Assault Policy


External Supports

Listed below you will find information on services available through external local, provincial and federal agencies. Please note that students are responsible for any fees associated with services unless otherwise indicated.

Health Services

Hospitals and Clinics

Royal University Hospital
103 Hospital Drive
Phone (306) 655-1000

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Saskatoon City Hospital
701 Queen Street
Phone (306) 655-8000

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St. Paul’s Hospital
1702—20th Street
Phone (306) 655-5000

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Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital
1 – 345 3rd Avenue S
Phone 888-808-5437

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Walk-in Medical Clinics
Various locations

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Health Coverage for International Students

If you are an international student temporarily residing in Saskatchewan to further your education, you may be eligible for Saskatchewan health coverage. You must apply for a Saskatchewan health services card. You must provide proof of full-time enrollment at an accredited educational institute and a valid Study Permit issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. To begin your application, see I want to apply for a health services card.

SK Health Services

Medical Services

Saskatchewan HealthLine
Confidential health advice, education and support telephone line available to the people of Saskatchewan.

Dial 811 (24-hour service)

U of S Dental Education Clinic
Reduced rates for dental services provided by U of S College of Dentistry students.

New Patient Info

Special Support Program

Drug Cost Assistance

Mental Health Services

Your mental health affects all aspects of your life: social, physical, spiritual, economic, and mental. If at any time you need help or would like access to more resources to aid you in your transition into a new country and environment, the following services are available. Note that for some of these services there is a cost, which will vary dependent on which service you choose.

Crisis Services Canada

Phone 1-833-456-4566
Text 45645


Saskatoon Mobile Crisis Service

Phone 1-306-933-6200 (24-hours)

Online Therapy Unit


Christian Counsellors

Located in Saskatoon, SK

Christian Counsellors

Canadian Mental Health Assoc

Saskatoon Branch 1301 Ave P N
Phone (306) 384-9333


Living Well with Heather Tomes

Saskatoon, SK



Location and telephone vary dependent on which counsellor you choose.

Spiritual Direction

Disability Services

Canada Students with Disabilities Grant Website

Disability Services & Equipment Grant Website

Saskatoon Public Library Accessibility Services Website

SK Learning Disabilities Association
Psychoeducational Assessment
ADHD Coaching
Academic Strategist

Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Saskatchewan Services
Canadian Hard of Hearing

TEXT with 9-1-1 for deaf, hard of hearing, or speech impaired community in Canada

Text 9-1-1 Info

Vision Impairment & Loss
FAQs for professionals
Refer a Student
Canadian Scholarships
Technology Programs

Indigenous Students

Indspire Bursaries, Scholarships & Awards

Cort Dogniez, Métis Educator

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Send Email

211 Saskatchewan First Nations, Métis, & Inuit Services & Information

Saskatoon Indian & Métis Friendship Centre

Saskatchewan First Nations

Indigenous Crisis Services

National Indian Residential School Crisis Line

Phone 1-866-925-4419 (24-hour service)

Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls Crisis Line

Phone 1-844-413-6649

Hope for Wellness Hotline

Mental health counselling and crisis intervention

Indigenous Health Services

Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) Program


Coverage for drugs, dental and vision care, medical supplies and equipment, mental health counselling and medical transportation for registered First Nations and recognized Inuit. Contact the Saskatchewan office for a current listing of NIHB counsellors in Saskatchewan.

Indigenous Counsellors in Saskatchewan

Métis Nation Saskatchewan
Mental Health Support

Saskatchewan Health Authority
First Nations and Métis Health Services

Truth & Reconciliation

Calls to Action
TRC’s Final Report Summary
Principles of Truth & Reconciliation
The Survivors Speak


Please note: These housing options may only accept low-income renters and may prefer families.

Saskatoon Housing Authority
Rainbow Housing Cooperative
Westgate Heights Attainable Housing


Regulated Childcare Facilities in Saskatoon

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