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Adult Learners

Professional Development

Learning does not start or stop with a degree. Find even more opportunities to learn and do more in your career. Use a Badge, Professional Microcredential or Certificate in trending and in-demand subject areas like leadership and emotional intelligence, project management, communications and business analysis. Offered in a variety of formats, learn from industry professionals with your peers and apply what you learn right away.

Adult Learner FAQs

What's the definition of an adult student?

At the University of Regina, an adult student is any student that is not entering the university directly from high school. For admissions purposes, admission criteria is dependent on your most recent educational experience. Here are the options:

What supports are available for adult students?

The University of Regina is big enough to offer major opportunities to students of all ages, backgrounds and interests — yet small enough to provide personal attention and support.

We are committed to creating an environment where everyone feels part of the community. In fact, well-being and belonging is one of our areas of focus in our strategic plan.

We pride ourselves on giving students a variety of support options, including services through:

Explore Campus

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Located in Wascana Park, one of the largest urban parks in North America, our campus is a sight to see — in person or through virtual tours and events.