Attend Orientation Day and spend time with our keynote speaker, Troy Stende. He might even do a back flip! More than 66,000 alumni are our greatest global ambassadors and closest friends. Stay connected, access alumni benefits and join the fun. We're committed to a welcoming university where all students achieve their academic goals and have a rewarding experience. The Centre for Student Accessibility can help. The Green Patch is one of three gardens on our Edible Campus – part of our overarching commitment to sustainability. We have a thirst to know the unknown. We are committed to research that has impact. It’s one of three priorities in our new strategic plan. Learn in another country – or come to the U of R for an international education. Either way, our Study Abroad program is your gateway to the world. Help Vivian achieve her dream to play in Darke Hall by donating to the College Avenue Campus Renewal Project. Our University is on Treaty 4 and 6 lands and we are committed to Indigenization. The Aboriginal Student Centre is a hub for student support and intercultural exchange. Get ready to launch your career with a co-op work placement or internship. Earn while you learn, network and explore your options. Daylene Sliz is pursuing her dream on the College Ave. Campus in the heart of downtown Regina. Help others do the same by giving to the College Avenue Campus Renewal Project. Need flexibility in your schedule? Skip the 9-to-5 and take classes online, in your community, in the morning and evening, on weekends, and in the summer. Teaching is the fundamental pillar of our learning community. Our students matter. Student success is one of three priorities in our new strategic plan. Our researchers expand the boundaries of knowledge and create meaningful impact at home and globally. Their expertise is broad and deep. Our learning-centred environment prepares our students for academic success. The Centre for Teaching and Learning is part of the equation. Indigenous research is a growing focus as we encourage and support Indigenous ways of knowing. Several centres and institutes reflect this in projects and partnerships. Kick-start your career with 12-16 months of supervised work experience by the time you graduate. Co-op Education alternates paid work terms with in-class learning. High-calibre graduate students are essential partners in our research community. Scholarships help fund their studies.
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