SIAST Woodland Campus, student

SIAST Woodland Campus, Prince Albert

At SIAST Woodland Campus, we place a strong emphasis on practical training and the ability to perform in the workplace. We use varied instructional approaches (including lectures, group work, labs, field work and contemporary media) and provide students with extensive opportunities for self-directed learning activities. We also provide a range of student services and exciting career opportunities.

Our campus operates out of two buildings (the Technical and Academic Centres). Each centre offers a friendly, comfortable and supportive learning environment. The education and training we provide leaves no question that the SIAST Woodland Campus is the hub of post-secondary education in north central Saskatchewan.


Pay parking is in effect for staff, students and visitors.

SIAST Woodland Campus Parking Lot

SIAST Woodland Campus Parking Lot (pdf)

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SIAST Woodland Campus
SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre
1500 10th Ave E

SIAST Woodland Campus Technical Centre
1100 15th St E

Student Family Housing


Tours are available upon request. Please contact the SIAST Woodland Campus recruitment office at or 306-765-1615 to book a time that fits your schedule.


Prince Albert was the location of Saskatchewan's first university and it's also the location of the fourth Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology campus.

SIAST Woodland Campus began as the Prince Albert Community College in 1963. Between 1987 and 1989, the Natonum Community College and the Northern Technical Institute merged and became SIAST Woodland Campus.

Contact Us

SIAST Woodland Campus
1100 - 15th Street East
PO Box 3003
Prince Albert SK  S6V 6G1

1-866-goSIAST (467-4278)
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SIAST is Saskatchewan's primary public institution for post-secondary technical education and skills training. A member of Polytechnics Canada, SIAST's programs range from certificates to degrees. The institution serves 26,000 distinct students through campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon, and through extensive distance education opportunities.