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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!

Fall Open House

Let's go far, together! Fall Open House is our biggest in-person event for prospective students. Join us to discover the unique opportunities that the U of R can provide for your future! Find out about programs, tour the campus, housing, and studios, and more. 

Fall Open House is open to students, parents, supporters, and guidance counsellors. We look forward to meeting you on Saturday, October 15!

Strengthening Connections

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Honouring the past, together.

The University of Regina is located on Treaty 4 Territory with a presence in Treaty 6 Territory. These are the ancestral lands of the nêhiyawak (Cree), Anihšināpēk (Salteaux), Dakota, Lakota, Nakota and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation.

U of R welcomes and supports Indigenous students. We remain committed to Truth and Reconciliation in several actionable ways, through our strategic plan, so that Indigenous students realize their true potential.

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Feature Stories

A tipi raising contest on the academic green.

Fall Open House a chance for prospective students to Go Far, Together with the U of R

The University of Regina will be holding Fall Open House on October 15.

Buffalo robe count painting discussion and presentation

Self-education and truth and reconciliation

Resources to educate yourself around the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada.

Image of a raspberry plant placement from the University of Regina’s George F. Ledingham Herbarium

Culture Days

Artists and biologists find inspiration in the University of Regina’s George F. Ledingham Herbarium.


Campus Events

students on stage performing

Have fun, together.

There's more to university than classes and studying. Attend public lectures, go to a gallery or a concert, take in a film or a theatre performance, or meet your friends at a Cougars or Rams game. Make university life your best life!

Volleyball players cheering for their team

Discover Research Excellence

$31.4 million 2020-21 Research Revenue
12 Canada Research Chairs
10 Institutional Research Centres & Institutes
18% 2020-21 Increase in Grad Students