Safety Information

Incident Reporting

As a member of our campus community, it is your obligation to complete an Incident Report form.

Report an Incident

Or call Campus Security at 306-585-4999

Key Card Access Request forms

includes all of the forms necessary for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty and staff, to apply for access to offices, labs, and other secure spaces.

Undergraduate Key

Graduate Key Access

Safety and Travel Related
Working or Studying Alone Safely

Working alone in certain circumstances, situations, or environments can be unsafe and requires special arrangements to minimize potential situations and hazards. Students working or studying alone or outside regular university hours should evaluate the hazards and make arrangements to reduce the risks. Campus Security provides assistance with their Lone Worker Service.

For more information consult the University of Regina Working Alone Procedures

Emergency Preparedness Information for Students
Safe Walk-A-Long
A 24-hour free service that offers staff and students a safe walk to your car or anywhere on campus or the surrounding area. Call 306-585-4999 or press the Walk A Long button on-campus payphones (no coins required).
Smoke-Free Campus

The University of Regina is committed to providing a safe, healthy and clean place for everyone who comes to our campus to study, work, visit, and live. This includes respecting the importance of, and taking responsibility for the quality of the air we breathe and the cleanliness of our surroundings. The University of Regina does not permit smoking or the use of tobacco products in any University owned or leased building, on leased or owned University property, in University vehicles, or vehicles parked on University leased or owned property.


Smoke-Free Campus Policy

Violence and Harassment

Respectful University Services provides confidential consultations to anyone who feels that they have experienced inappropriate and disrespectful behaviour. There are many possible solutions, including personal coaching, mediation, and a formal complaint process.

Please contact the Coordinator at 306-585-5400 or for assistance.

Mental Health Services for Students

U of R Counselling Services provides free individual and group therapy to registered University of Regina students. The most common issues facing students needing support include: adjusting to the University, stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and grief. All services are confidential and both male and female therapists are available.

Please call 306-585-4491 or drop by the Student Success Centre front desk (RC 230) to book an appointment.

Sexual Assault: Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

This program responds to, and helps educate our campus community on incidents of sexual assault, sexual violence and prevention. Further information can be found at Sexual Violence Prevention and Response.

Please contact Coordinator at 306-337-3149 or