Internal applicants for transfer follow the requirements and regulations in §2.4.2, with the following exceptions:
Applicants for transfer to quota programs should consult §2.3.4 for additional information.
Applicants for transfer from the Centre for Continuing Education to an undergraduate program follow the procedures for first-time applicants (§2.3.2), but do not pay the application fee. Applicants must meet the transfer requirements laid out in §2.4.2.
Former degree program students of the University of Regina who have since pursued a non-degree program, follow standard transfer procedures to return to a degree program (§2.6.2).
Students who are first admitted with non-degree status (see §2.5) and who later wish to transfer to an undergraduate program, follow the procedures for first-time applicants (§2.3.2), but do not pay the undergraduate application fee if paid previously. Applicants must meet the transfer requirements laid out in §2.4.2.
Upon formal application by a student, the University may permit enrolment in two concurrent undergraduate programs. A student’s primary program will be the one the student declares as such, subject to any approved faculty regulations. Faculties may determine if any of their undergraduate programs may not be taken concurrently with another, and will publish this information. Refer also to §6.2, Awarding of Additional and Concurrent Degrees.
Students applying to take a concurrent program in a different faculty should speak with an advisor in both their current faculty and in the prospective faculty.
Students apply to take a concurrent program in the same faculty by consulting their faculty or college office.