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High School Admissions

 

Believe in yourself. We certainly do! The University of Regina promotes a community where students with diverse perspectives learn, grow and gain professional experience and skills. Your time at university – and the friends you make here — will expand what you imagine is possible, for your life and your career.

The information below applies to domestic high school students (Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, or refugees). International high school/secondary students (attending on a student visa or study permit) can access information about international student admission from UR International.

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Office: Administration Humanities, Rm. 108
University of Regina
3737 Wascana Pkwy
Regina, SK

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How to Apply to the U of R

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Step 1 Submit Your Admissions Application
Step 2 Pay Your Admissions Application Fee
Step 3 Submit Your High School Transcripts

Current High School Students

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As a current domestic high school student (Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or refugee), you can apply for early conditional admission to the University of Regina during your grade 12 year! Early conditional admission allows you to be conditionally admitted using grade 11 and any grade 12 courses you have completed at the time of your application. 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.

Find out what high school classes and admission averages are required for both early conditional and final admission in the Admission at a Glance sheets below!

 

High School Admission FAQs

What are the U of R admission requirements for high school students?

We’ve gathered all the details on admissions requirements for high school students hoping to attend University of Regina in one place. You can see the full list of requirements, admission averages, application instructions, and more.

Find all the details on our Application Guide.

What if I've already graduated?
If you have already completed high school and do not qualify as a college/university transfer student, your application is assessed based on the high school final admission requirements. You can find the final requirements for your program or faculty of interest in our Application Guide.
When can I apply to the U of R?
You can apply for early conditional admission for the upcoming fall term starting October 1 of your grade 12 year. For specific application deadlines for each semester, view the relevant Application and Document Deadlines in the Application Guide.
What's the benefit of early conditional admission?

Early conditional admission allows you to find out sooner that you are accepted to the U of R! This allows more time for you to prepare for your first year and have greater access to student supports such as:

Can I discuss my program options and requirements with someone before applying?
Yes! We are happy to meet with prospective students. Our enrolment counsellors can discuss program options, admisison requirements, and application processes with you. Our team is here to help you prepare for a rewarding program that fits your future career goals. Book an enrolment counselling appointment here.
Does the U of R consider or accept IB coursework?
What's the situation with my AP coursework?
You’ll find everything you need to know about bringing your AP coursework to U of R here.
What about transferring Cambridge International Exams credits?
I received an acceptance letter - what do I do next?
Congratulations on the acceptance! You can find your What's Next Checklist here.
How do I submit my official final transcripts?
Official transcript submission depends on the province where you completed high school. Find out how to obtain official high school transcripts in your province.