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Racialized Graduate Student Resources

Graduate students who identify as Indigenous, Black, Brown, Asian or Students of Colour meet regularly with the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Research to discuss and disrupt systemic racism and the way everyday racism impacts graduate students lives. The resources on this page have been gathered and created to support racialized students as they navigate their graduate studies in the Faculty of Education, University of Regina.

Racialized Graduate Student Resources

BIPOC Mentorship Program

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Annual Graduate Student BIPOC Conference

 

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Click to download Proceedings of the 1st Annual BIPOC Graduate Student Conference

Master's and Doctoral Process Questions

 

What are Comprehensive Doctoral Exams?  

 

 

What is the thesis process?

  1. Choosing a Topic/Area (Guidance on Thesis Preparation)
  2. Choosing a Supervisor (Co-Supervisor) and Committee
    1. Before you start: Information about selecting your supervisor, composing your committee, and roles and responsibilities
  3. Pre-defense Procedures: Writing your thesis, committee approval of thesis, submission of your thesis, external examiner review (selecting your external examiner), defense (choosing a chair)
    1. Important timelines and deadlines
    2. Defense procedures
  4. Post-defense procedures
  5. Convocation deadlines and How to apply for graduation (pdf download)

How long does it take? A Master's thesis can take around a year to write, while a PhD thesis will take approximately 2 years (but this can vary greatly).

Can I transfer routes or switch to a new program?

You may request to switch routes within your program by filling out a request any time on your student account. Applications to different programs must be processed as a new application, and will only be evaluated after the applicable deadlines.

Project Route: Project Guide (pdf)             Project Report Template (doc)                   

Thesis Route: Thesis Guide(pdf)            Thesis Template (doc)

Practicum: Practicum Guide (pdf)             Practicum Template (doc)

Thesis Proposal: Thesis Proposal Outline (pdf) 

PhD Handbook:  PhD Handbook (pdf)

 

 Frequently Asked Questions: Graduate Awards and Scholarships

  

Writing Supports
Frequently Asked Questions: Editing/Writing Sessions

 

 

Email: Where do I find current information about events, changes, upcoming deadlines, etc.? Your email is the number one source of information. Check your email regularly for communications from ed.grad.programs@uregina.ca and education.funding@uregina.ca

 

Follow our social media: Facebook and Twitter @UREdGrad
IT Support Centre (Internet Technology support)

 

Call: 306-585-4685
UR Courses

 

List of Acedmics and Adminstrative Team

 

Textbooks

 

Who is responsible for providing me with course textbooks? Students are responsible for purchasing the required textbooks.

 

 

Campus Security

 

I need help/feel unsafe on campus: Call 24-hour Campus Security at 306-585-4999 or 306-337-3199

 

Who should I call if I feel uncomfortable/unsafe with someone (i.e. instructors, classmates)?

Harassment and Discrimination Prevention Office (Respectful Work and Learning Environment)

Phone: 306-585-5400 Email: ian.macausland-berg@uregina.ca or respect@uregina.ca

Sexual Assault/Rape Crisis 522-2777 352-0434 (after 4:30 PM) 522-5070 rwcc@sasktel.net

Wellness and Mental Health

 

Is there someone safe I can talk to?

 

Allied Health Centre contact numbers: 306-337-2640 or 306-585-4417
Counselling Services 306-585-4491; 306-525-5333. After 4:30 PM: 306-585-5172  or email counselling.services@uregina.ca
Territorial Acknowledgements
Job/Career information and opportunities

 

Resources for International Students

Documents needed

Student ID Card

Student Health Card

Bank Card: Call your bank (i.e. National Bank of Canada, TD, RBC, Scotiabank, etc.)

SIN number: Contact Service Canada, 1783 Hamilton St. Regina, SK  S4P 2B6. Phone: +1-800-622-6232

Housing Options

 

On campus

In Regina: Contact a real-estate agent

Grocery Stores

 

Where should I buy food?

Where can I find Halal stores in Regina?

Ethnic Grocery Stores in Regina (pdf)

International Student Centre

Contact information: General Inquiries 

Website

Contact for questions about careers on campus and to request a verification letter

Tax Forms

Do I need to fill a tax form? If you work either on or off the campus, you must fill out a tax form each year.

More information?

https://www.uregina.ca/safa/tax-info.html

 

https://www.uregina.ca/fs/students/income-tax.html

 

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/segments/students.html

Bus Routes

Schedule and route information


 

Student Interviews with Hosna Tayebianvar

In this series of interviews, PhD student Hosna Tayebianvar talks with grad students about their experiences in grad studies and asks them to offer tips and strategies.

Video: Grad students and the Dean of Education share stories about their experiences in grad studies:

Video: Grad students and the Dean of Education share what they wished they knew prior to becoming a grad student:

Video: Grad students and the Dean of Education share tips and strategies they have learned:
Video: Grad students share how graduate studies has changed them: