HSXL Admission and Registration

Registration is normally limited to one course per semester. A new signed Application for Admission & Registration form is required each semester.


To apply for admission to High School Accelerated, complete and submit the Application for Admission and Registration of Accelerated Students.


Students admitted to the High School Accelerated program have registration holds placed on their accounts.


Your U of R Student Identification Number is found on your admission decision letter. You can 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:

  • view and purchase textbooks
  • pay tuition
  • 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.


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 @uregina.ca) is the email we will use to correspond with you during the semester, so please be sure to check your U of R email or forward your U of R email to your personal email. All correspondence will be sent to this email, including course/instructor evaluation.

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 at the University of Regina Undergraduate Calendar (www.uregina.ca/gencal/ugcal/). Additional information regarding certificate program options can be found on the Centre for Continuing Education website (http://www.uregina.ca/cce/career-development/index.html).

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.

Student Identification card

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

Language Proficiency

Effective 201730, all applicants to the High School Accelerated Program must meet English Language Proficiency requirements via one of the following:

  • Successful completion of Grades 9 and 10 English, or Grades 10 and 11 English, taken in sequence, as part of two full academic years in high school using a provincially-or state-accredited Canadian or U.S. curriculum, or equivalent international qualification
  • A grade of 80% or better in a Grade 12 provincially-examined English course, as part of one full term of study, or equivalent international qualification
  • Any approved test or proficiency in English as outlined in the General Calendar section 2.2.3

Click here for additional information on English Language Proficiency (ELP) requirements.