Current Status

Saskatchewan Polytechnic experienced a cybersecurity incident in late October, 2020, which disrupted our operating systems. IT Services  continues to resume services in a secure manner. This cautious, phased approach is proving successful with the majority of student services now available. There are still some exceptions and we thank you for your continued patience and understanding.

Campusupdate.ca provides information specifically related to the cybersecurity incident.

Saskpolytech.ca is available for students, prospective students and other interested parties. Some functions are not yet available. As functions are restored, they are visible and accessible.

Visit the Access to Learning & Services tab for the most current list of operating platforms and services. FAQs are also regularly updated.

Media

  • Feb
    8

    General Update

    Posted at 8:07AM

    Registration for Continuing Education (CE) courses is now available by phone. Saskatchewan Polytechnic continues to work on resuming the online component of registration services. Saskatchewan Polytechnic would like to thank current and prospective students for their patience and continued support.

    A phased, cautious approach is working to securely resume all other system-based services (see Access to Services tab for services now available). Saskatchewan Polytechnic is pleased with the progress  made since the cybersecurity incident October 30, 2020.

    campusupdate.ca continues to be the source for the latest information on the cybersecurity incident. Our main website, saskpolytech.ca is the best source for all other Saskatchewan Polytechnic-related information and service delivery, with some continued limits on functionality.

     

  • Jan
    7

    Saskatchewan Polytechnic Update

    Posted at 6:24PM

    The online application system for full-time programs is now available. The institution continues to work on restoring the registration and application system for the School of Continuing Education (e.g., credit, non-credit, part-time programs, GED). Sask Polytech is making plans to minimize the impact on studies for School of Continuing Education students and prospective students. This includes moving start dates for courses and adding additional sections where there is high demand.

    Saskatchewan Polytechnic is making progress resuming services disrupted by the cybersecurity incident. Our top priority remains our students and their learning experience.