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After Admission

Once your application is received, you will be notified of your acceptence with an admission decision letter! Congratulations, you are now a U of R student!


1. CCE Student Services will contact you for your:

  • course selection
  • outstanding documentation

2. When the required documentation is received, students admitted will be registered by CCE Student Services staff. Students who wish to take a regular University course outside of those scheduled between February - May, must wait to be registered until the High School Accelerated Time-Ticket date. Information on when to register for classes can be found here: Registration and Withdrawal

UR Self-Service

After you receive your admission decision letter, please log into your U of R account (UR Self-Service). Your U of R Student Identification Number is found on your admission decision letter. Use your Student Number to access your student account online through UR Self-Service.

To login you will need:

  1. Student Identification Number (on your admission letter)
  2. PIN - your PIN is your birthday DDMMYY (we recommend you change your PIN once you've logged in)

Within UR Self-Service you can:

  • pay tuition
  • view and purchase textbooks
  • access your student records and final grades*

*You will need to provide your final grade to your guidance counselor in order to obtain dual credit for your High School Accelerated course. Please refer to the Dual Credit Policy for more information.


Costs per course are estimated at approximately $800 per course. *Tuition fees are assesed to your account at the point of registrationPlease refer to your student account (UR Self-Service) for information on the tuition amount owing.

*Note that it is always advised that students wait to pay tuition fees until they have been officially registered in the course. 


In UR Self-Service, you can purchase your textbooks and print your textbook list.

  1. Login to UR Self-Service
  2. Choose 'Student Services'
  3. Choose 'Access/Purchase your Textbooks
  4. Enter your Student ID Number (ID) and PIN
  5. Select your Term
  6. Click 'Retrieve My Booklist'

U of R email

Your official U of R email (ending in is the email we will use to correspond with you so please be sure to check your U of R email or forward your U of R email to your personal email. All correspondence during the term will be sent to this email, including course/instructor evaluation.

UR Courses

All U of R Courses, including HSXL, use UR Courses as the platform in which professors post information, assignments, lectures, etc. Explore the pages below to get a better understanding of UR Courses before your class starts:

HSXL Online Orientation

WEB 001: Online Student Sample Course 

  • Username: samplestudent1
  • Password: Testaccount-1
  • Select: WEB 001 (Online)
NOTE: If you are having login issues, please select "Login with other credentials" to use the above user/password information.


Orientation for HSXL courses occurs in January. You will be notified of the date, time, and registration information via email. At the HSXL orientation, students will meet instructors and members of staff, get support on UR Self- Service & UR Courses, and can ask questions.

Student responsibilities 

As a University of Regina student, you take on the responsibility of adhering to the University’s rules and regulations which can be found on the University of Regina Undergraduate Calendar. For further general student resources, click Undergraduate Calendar.

Dropping your course

Letting your guidance counselor or instructor know you aren’t planning to continue a course does not constitute withdrawal.

It is your responsibility to drop a class if your plans change. You must contact Student and Instructor Services (Credit) in writing indicating you wish to withdraw from the course. Always provide your full name and U of R student ID number in your communication. Refund dates can be found on the admission decision letter.

Student Identification card

Students are required to have a Student Identification card to access library and recreation facilities. ID may be requested for admission to examinations and laboratories. Student ID cards are obtained from the Registrar's Office.

Contact us

Student and Instructor Services (Credit)

Phone: 306-585-5807    Email: