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Go far, together

The U of R is here for you through every step of your educational journey:

  • Excellent mental, academic, and physical wellness support systems.
  • An active commitment to working with Indigenous partners to reconcile our past.
  • Valuable hands-on work placements for real-world experience.

Shape your ideal future, together!

Choose UR Own Adventure!

On Friday, March 3 from Noon to 6 p.m., our campus is yours to explore!

Bring your friends, choose your own workshops and activities for the day, and experience life as a U of R student.

Attend student panels, career information sessions, and other fun workshops for the need-to-know information, then hit up some campus life activities, cuddle a therapy dog, and participate in a social media scavenger hunt to win prizes.

Learn by doing, together.

We believe there is no better teacher than experience.

This belief led us to pioneer the first co-operative education program in Western Canada more than half a century ago. Our history of providing hands-on learning opportunities has given our institution decades of insight, allowing us to fine-tune our programs and offerings so that students reap the rewards in the real world. Our students enjoy plentiful opportunities to gain experience in both paid and volunteer positions, resulting in career-ready graduates who find work fast.

We know that learning happens best by doing.

Strengthening Connections

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Honouring the past, together.

The University of Regina and its federated colleges are on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories — the homelands of the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Dakota, Lakota, Nakoda peoples, and Michif/Métis nation.

We recognize that, as an institution founded by settlers, we benefit from being on this land. We are grateful for the privilege to learn, teach, and work here. We demonstrate our commitment to reconciliation by incorporating Indigenous knowledge and world views in our research, teaching, and studies to ensure that there are increased economic, social, and creative opportunities for current and future generations. It is our responsibility to strengthen relationships with Indigenous communities and build a more inclusive future.

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U of R celebrates role of education

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