Since its humble beginnings in 1907 as an agricultural college located on the east side of the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon, Canada, the University of Saskatchewan has grown in leaps and bounds. Fast forward to today, where it is one of Canada’s top research universities (based on the number of Canada Research Chairs) and is a member of the U15 Group of Canadian Research Universities (the 15 most research-intensive universities in Canada). Now, thousands attend, teach, or work at this fully accredited university, which is the largest education institution in the province of Saskatchewan.
Every school year there are a growing number of professors, support staff, as well as local and international students, so storage is in demand. Passion Safe Self Storage is poised to support the growing University with convenient, secure storage that will accommodate a diverse group of residents of all ages. The best news is the University campus is a short 15-minute drive from Passion Safe.
A Top-Notch University
Saskatoon boasts a growing, student population with over 25,000 people flooding the campus each year. The University of Saskatchewan has placed in post-secondary school rankings within the top 20 Canadian Universities and offers a wide variety of programs and courses including Agriculture and Bioresources, Arts and Science, Biotechnology, Edwards School of Business, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, Kinesiology, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Nutrition, Physical Therapy and Veterinary Medicine. All are welcome to this accredited school, with students from 130 countries around the world, which means that many people will require a home nearby, plus shops and convenient services.
Living at USask
Living on or close to campus is where most students want to be. In the University of Saskatchewan Residences, students enjoy close proximity to a variety of campus hot spots, including: lecture halls, Place Riel, campus services and supports, and Culinary Centre in Marquis Hall. In addition to the close proximity to academic supports and social life, campus living often includes free WiFi, wired internet connection, cable tv and phone, water, power and heat included plus free laundry. Not to mention the peace of mind of living in a safe and security environment, in which all areas are patrolled and monitored. Supports can be reached at any time in the event of an emergency or urgent situation. While the benefits are numerous, the one lack is often storage. Believe it or not, a self-storage unit can actually help make the whole experience even better.
Storage units typically provide the perfect amount of storage space for dorm room and apartment-size belongings. Store belongings near campus, making it easy to move in and out whenever you wish and reduce the clutter and stress of too many things in a small space. Student storage is perfect for:
- Summer holidays
- Semester break
- Study abroad
- In between residences or moves
- Throughout the year for seasonal and recreational storage
How Passion Safe Fits In
With convenient access and close proximity to the campus, the brand new Passion Safe Storage is poised to be a prime asset for the student and staff population. Our units are now set for occupancy. Call now so that you can have the pick of the new storage units for rent.
Either mini, medium, large or extra large units are available at this point. Each secure storage space includes:
- 24/7 Access With 1-Click Gate Entry
- Fully Secure With Individual Unit Alarms
- Drive Up Units With Motion-Sensor Led Lighting
- Climate Controlled, Heated Self Storage
- Flexible Weekly & Monthly Rates
- Students discounts, deals and promotions
If you’re looking for the best deal on storage space, for a limited time, and while quantities last, you can Store Today and Start Paying Rent in January 2020*!
From gaining your graduate degree to advancing your career and starting a family, USask and Saskatoon have a lot to offer. As a 100% Canadian Owned and Operated business, Passion Safe welcomes this year’s new students and staff to the community.