University of Regina

Regina, Canada
The University of Regina provides a dynamic, innovative and supportive learning experience with a growing national reputation for excellence in teaching and research. The University's comprehensive services and programs prepare students to excel in local and global communities, and its research opportunities attract the best and brightest minds.



In Fall 2014, approximately 14,000 full-time and part-time undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at the University and our three federated colleges: Campion College, First Nations University of Canada, and Luther College. The Colleges bring excellence and diversity to the educational experience we offer.


We offer more than 120 undergraduate programs and 78 graduate programs, including many specialized programs such as police studies and public policy.


The University is home to more than 400 active researchers. Several institutes, centres, laboratories, and facilities on campus support research collaboration and partnerships focused on our research strengths. Indigenous research is a growing focus as we encourage and support Indigenous ways of knowing.

  • The plan identifies three signature themes and accompanying sub-themes of demonstrated and sustained excellence, namely:
  • Sustainable development (energy and natural resources; environment)
  • Human development (health; human justice, safety and security; arts; culture and heritage)
  • Knowledge creation and discovery (information and communication; pure discovery-based research; community-based research).


This is a place you want to be. The University of Regina is committed to offering their staff, faculty and students a superior environment in which to excel. Whether it be competitive salaries and pension & benefits packages, wellness initiatives or a commitment to diversity, we're sure that we have what you're looking for.They offer a rich and diverse work environment where every employee has a part in fulfilling our mission to create knowledge and educate the next generation of leaders. This is an organization where your expertise, your knowledge, your commitment, your efforts and your success are critical to the University's success.

Master's Programmes

Natural Sciences & Mathematics (4)
Environmental Studies & Earth Sciences (2)
Journalism & Media (2)
Applied Sciences & Professions (1)
Hospitality, Leisure & Sports (1)
Medicine & Health (1)


Student services

Student Affairs facilitates and supports the educational mission of the institution, consisting of four departments:

  • Enrolment Services
  • Registrar's Office
  • Student Success
  • Student Affairs Operations
  • Student Affairs offers a wide variety of services and supports to enhance student life.
They act as strong advocates for students, providing a student voice on all administrative committees.The Associate Vice-President (Student Affairs) provides leadership for student services and also serves as the non-academic misconduct Judicial Officer on campus.

Housing services

Accommodation Process

  • Make an appointment with an Accessibility Advisor. If you do not have current documentation the Advisor will help guide you through the process of obtaining verification.
  • Register with the Centre for Student Accessibility and provide supporting documentation from a regulated health practitioner.
  • Determine which accommodations you are eligible to access.
  • Decide how to approach your instructors.
  • Accommodation Requests are sent, via e-mail, to yourself, your instructors, and supporting staff every semester.
  • Contact your instructors. Accommodations are organized through your instructors and the supporting faculty.
  • Accommodation letters are issued on a semester-by-semester basis.

Library services

Through the Dr. John Archer Library students have access to an extensive film and DVD collection. The library also contains listening facilities, recordings, microfilms and a broad spectrum of scores, collected works and music monographs. It houses over 100,000 volumes with catalogues on contemporary art and a wide range of art journals.

ICT services

The wireless network at the UofR provides network access to laptops or other machines with a 802.11a/g/n/ac compatible wireless card.The addition of wireless access is designed to provide easier access to students with laptops or away from their home office. Users who have access to a wired network drop should almost certainly use it, as it provides reliable dedicated 100Mbit/sec access.

Medical services

Students from outside Canada who are lawfully admitted to Canada and establish residence in Saskatchewan before the first day of their arrival in Canada are eligible for benefits from the date they establish residence for the duration of their Canadian Immigration Student Authorization. Students must register with the Saskatchewan Hospital Services Plan to obtain such coverage.

Student Life

Campus life

The campuses in Regina and Saskatoon are located on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 land. In Regina, the main campus and historic College Avenue campus utilize 239 acres and provide an attractive study and work environment for the students, faculty and staff. Both Regina campuses are located in Wascana Centre, one of the largest urban parks in North America and the first in Canada to be created by a tri-level government/education partnership.

Sports facilities

The Centre for Kinesiology, Health and Sport has several outdoor facilities that may be available for use by the general public when not in use for academic, athletic, and recreational sports programs or other University related events. Select from the list on the left to find out more about each facility. The Outdoor Sport Court is a multipurpose space located out the east entrance of the CKHS building. It features 3 full-size basketball courts in addition to one tennis court and full lighting for evening activities.

Student clubs

  • BCSA (Biochemistry and Chemistry Student Association)
  • CSSS (Computer Science Students’ Society)
  • D.M. Kent Club (Geology Student Society)
  • MASS (Math-Actuarial-Statistics Student Society)
  • MASS is a society that is open to all students interested in Math, Stat, and Actuarial Science (Acsc). They organize functions for not just their members, but also the general student body.
  • PSS (Physics Student Society)
  • S3(Science Students’ Society)
  • University of Regina Pre-Health Club
  • The Pre-Health Club is a society that is open to all students considering a career in any health field.


The University of Regina in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada was granted such a charter on July 1, 1974 through the passing of the University of Regina Act and is therefore considered to be a fully recognized, degree granting institution.

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