Your Generosity is the Greatest Gift

We see the impact of giving each and every day, but it's your generosity that is the greatest gift of all. Your gift has the power to make a difference in the lives of our students and further the impact the University has in communities, throughout Canada, and around the world.

Support Experiential Learning

The University of Regina believes that real-world, hands-on learning is essential to prepare skilled, career-ready students entering today’s workforce. For the past 55 years, the co-operative education program, administered through the Centre for Experiential and Service Learning at the University of Regina, has been providing more than 30,000 students with real-world experience to compliment and strengthen lessons learned in the classroom.

Demand for experiential learning is growing — and the U of R must meet that demand from both students and employers alike. But this can only happen through the support of donors like you. Your support will ensure that current and future generations of co-op students will continue to benefit from the life-changing power of experiential learning, and enter the workforce career-ready.

Empower tomorrow's leaders. Support experiential learning today!

More information about the U of R's giving priorities is available below. Discover what inspires you and contact us to talk about your goals and ideas.  

Unite Newsletter

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Welcome to the Spring 2024 edition of Unite, your newsletter that brings together our donor community and celebrates your collaborative philanthropy in a common cause – to support students’ transformative journey, push the boundaries of research, and make our community stronger.

Additional Donor Stories

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$7.7M+ Funds Awarded to Students
4,524 Student Award Recipients
1,197 Donors
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I had trouble paying for my tuition, but the scholarship I received provided tremendous financial relief to my family and me. When I told my mom, she was so happy and hugged me and started to cry.
Shane Donison
Kinesiology and Health Studies student

Donor Impact Report

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Take a moment to read stories in our latest Donor Impact Report. Learn how gifts to the University of Regina build a stronger U of R community and make a difference in our students’ pursuit of knowledge and understanding. The University's mission is to advance high-quality and accessible education, influential research, creative endeavours, and meaningful scholarly experiences in pursuit of local and global contributions to knowledge - without the generous support of our donors, that would not be possible.

Our Donor Honour Roll recognizes supporters who have made a contribution toward University of Regina’s students, programming, research, and other initiatives. We'd like to thank all of our donors for inspiring a sense of unwavering hope and optimism in all of us through their generosity.

2023 Donor Impact Report (PDF)

Donor Stories and News

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Donor Spotlight: Senator Marty Klyne

Senator Marty Klyne DAA’84 and BAdmin’86 and the Klyne family have been generous donors to the University of Regina for many years. They established the Klyne Family Award in 2020 to support students pursuing a Journalism degree. With the Journalism School taking a one-year pause to redevelop and reimagine its programming and curriculum, it is expected to come back stronger than ever in 2024-25, ready to prepare future journalists for the challenges the field faces in the 21st century. Learn more about Senator Klyne and his motivation to give back.
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Faculty, staff, and retirees put their big hearts for students on display

Each year, the University of Regina community demonstrates its commitment to student success through philanthropy. Members of faculty, staff, and retirees have been active in supporting students and programs at the University through the fourth annual Big Hearts Family Giving appeal.

Easing the burden

A pilot project called PSPNET was launched at the University of Regina in 2019 that offers firefighters, police, corrections workers, EMTs, and other public safety personnel a different avenue for accessing mental health support. Thanks to funding from the Medavie Health Foundation, PSPNET was able to expand its services and offer supports in Saskatchewan, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and PEI.