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CEGEP Student

Application Information +

If you are currently completing your Grade 12 year you can apply as a high school student. Your application will be assessed for early conditional admission to your program of choice. This allows students who are still in grade 12 to be conditionally admitted using grade 11 and any grade 12 courses they have completed. Students who are granted early conditional admission are still required to meet the final admission requirements for their program/faculty at the time of graduation.

If you have graduated from high school or completed secondary-level standing, and have not attended any post-secondary institutions, you are also considered a high school student. Your application will be assessed based on high school admission requirements listed below.

When applying online, you should select:
Application Level: Undergraduate
Application Type: High School Student

When applying during the final year of high school, students can provide an interim grade report and a schedule of current/planned courses via email, fax, or mail. This can be sent directly to the Enrolment Services office from the student or guidance counsellor. This interim/unofficial grade report is used for the early conditional admission calculation.

Official high school final transcripts must be submitted following graduation and by all those applying who have completed high school. This official document is used for the final admission average calculation. Find information on how to order your official transcripts. Official transcripts must come to the University of Regina directly from the issuing institution (Ministry of Education, school board office, etc.) in your province or country (if other than Canada).

English Language Proficiency
The language of instruction at the University of Regina is English. All applicants to the University of Regina must therefore demonstrate an appropriate level of proficiency in the English language, unless they are entering the Baccalaureate en education program, in which case they must meet the French language proficiency requirement. Find information on English language proficiency requirements here.

Required Courses +

12 Academic courses from CEGEP studies including:
• Two 603 English or 601 French courses
• Two approved language, math, science, or social science courses
• Eight additional academic subjects

Note: The following subjects are also required for the below faculties/programs in place of the same number of additional academic courses:

Business Administration: Two 201 Math courses
Economics: Two 201 Math courses
Education (Secondary with Math or Physics Minor or Major): Two 201 Math courses
Education (Secondary with Chemistry Minor or Major): Two courses numbered in the 202 Chemistry series, and two courses numbered in the 203 Physics series
Engineering: Two approved 201 Math courses, two courses numbered in the 202 Chemistry series, and two courses numbered in the 203 Physics series
Kinesiology (Bachelor of Kinesiology): Two approved 201 Math courses, and either two courses numbered in the 101 Biology series, 202 Chemistry series, or two courses numbered in the 203 Physics series
Nursing: Two 201 Math courses
Science: Two 201 Math courses, and two of either two courses numbered in the 101 Biology series, 202 Chemistry series, or two courses numbered in the 203 Physics series

 

Additional Information +

Applicants with the CEGEP requirements above will require the admission averages below:

Arts: 70%
Business: 70%
Education: 65%
Engineering & Applied Science: 90% (for major of choice), 70% (for general systems 1st year)
Kinesiology & Health Studies: 70%
La Cite universitaire francophone: 65%
Media, Art, and Performance: 65%
Nursing: 70% (in each course)
Science: 70%
Social Work: 70%

Applicants with the CEGEP requirements above, plus an additional minimum 15 credit hours of approved post-secondary (24 credit hours for Faculty of Science applicants) will be assessed on the post-secondary admission averages below for either the most recent 30 credit hours, or the full academic record:

Arts: 60%
Business: 65%
Education: 65%
Engineering & Applied Science: 65% (for general systems 1st year)
Kinesiology & Health Studies: 60%
La Cite universitaire francophone: 60%
Media, Art, and Performance: 65%
Nursing: 65% (competitive entry based on average)
Science: 65%
Social Work: 70% or completion of Bachelor’s degree 

Application and Document Deadlines +

Application deadlines:
Early application deadline for fall term* - March 15
Fall term – August 15
Winter term – December 15
Spring/summer term – One week before the start of classes

Final official transcript deadlines:
Fall term deadline for early conditionally admitted students – August 1
Fall term – August 15
Winter term – January 1
Spring/summer term – May 1

Deadline for off-campus students** – last day to add courses without permission in all terms

* The early application deadline is the recommended deadline to ensure the best course selection options, in addition to the deadline for entrance awards

**Off-campus students are students taking courses through regional colleges or the First Nations University of Canada Prince Albert and Saskatoon campuses