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The University of Regina’s Really BIG Deal is a housing and tuition savings offer for all domestic and international students.

 

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At the University of Regina, the amount you pay in tuition and fees will be based on your faculty or program, your status in Canada, and the number of courses you take in a term. Here are the types of tuition and fees:

  • The Undergraduate Domestic Fee Schedule is for undergraduate students who are Canadian citizens, permanent residents (landed immigrants) or protected persons (refugees).
  • The Undergraduate International Fee Schedule is for undergraduate students who require a Study Permit to study in Canada.
  • Graduate fee schedules depend on which program you are studying.

Paying Your Tuition and Fees

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You can view your student account status online through UR Self-Service. You can pay your student account online, by mail, in person, by phone, or by wire transfer. Learn more about payment methods here.

Tuition and fees are due on the first day of classes. However, we do allow a grace period to make your payment before late payment charges are added to the account. Please refer to the current Academic Schedule for the end of penalty-free payment date.

Jay Treaty Tuition Agreement

The University of Regina honours the Jay Treaty of 1794, and therefore grants students whose ancestral lands are within the United States the right to pay the same tuition and fee rates of Canadian citizens. In order to qualify for this, students must provide one of the following documents at the time of application, as specified by the American Indian Tribal membership protocols, which show that the applicant is at least 50% Indigenous:

  • A Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) Card
  • A written statement from an official of the tribe from which the student or their ancestors originate. Such a statement would be on the tribe’s official letterhead and should explicitly state what percentage American Indian blood the student or the student’s parents possess, based on official records.

Applicants will provide their documentation to International Enrolment Services.

North Dakota and Montana Tuition Agreement

The University of Regina grants students the right to pay the same tuition and fee rates of Canadian citizens if they are US citizens and have been residents of North Dakota or Montana for at least one full year prior to the time of admission. In order to qualify for this, students must provide one of the following documents at the time of application:

  • Montana or North Dakota Driver’s License
  • Montana or North Dakota Voter Registration
  • Student Authorization (Visa)
  • DD214 from the Department of Defense
  • Military Dependent ID

Applicants will provide their documentation to International Enrolment Services.

Tuition and Fees Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find how much I owe?
You can find how much you owe in tuition and fees by logging in to UR Self-Service.
I already have coverage - how do I opt out of the Health and Dental Plan?
You can opt out of the Student Union Health & Dental Plan (if eligible) by visiting the University of Regina Students Union's page.  Make sure you complete the process prior to the deadline.
I live near campus - how do I opt out of the bus pass?
You can opt out of the Student Union Bus Pass (U-PASS) (if eligible) by visiting the University of Regina Students Union site.  Make sure you complete the process prior to the deadline.
How do I find my income tax information?
Your tax information will be posted in your UR Self-Service account. You can find more information about your T2202A on the Financial Services webpage.
Do you have a senior's tuition waiver?
The University of Regina has a senior’s tuition waiver for those who are 65 or older. Find out more on Financial Service's webpage.