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Learn by doing, together.

Experience U of R

Become a Career-ready Global Citizen

We believe there is no better teacher than experience.

This belief led us to pioneer the first co-operative education program in Western Canada more than half a century ago. Our history of providing hands-on learning opportunities has given our institution decades of insight, allowing us to fine-tune our programs and offerings so that students reap the rewards in the real world. Our students enjoy plentiful opportunities to gain experience in both paid and volunteer positions, as well as other opportunities, resulting in career-ready graduates who find work fast.

We know that learning happens best from doing. Our Centre for Experiential and Service Learning provides students with new opportunities to get hands-on experience and learn by doing.

Virtual Campus Tour

Off campus? No problem. We are bringing the campus to you. Watch a video tour or use an interactive map to see all that the U of R campus has to offer.

Find Your Direction

The University of Regina is welcoming. It's inclusive and diverse, with international students making up 17.7 per cent of total students, and 14.7 per cent of students self-declaring as Indigenous. Our programs and resources on campus are here to help you succeed.

Life on Campus

Explore campus life and housing in our welcoming environment.

Accessibility Resources

Campus inclusion encompasses accessibility services for students who need them, creating a campus where all are welcome. The Accessibility Hub is here to help you navigate your accessibility needs.

Mental Wellness Resources

Mental health and well-being is an important part of student success. We strive to help our students by providing the support they need, when they need it, through our Mental Wellness Hub and other wellness resources.

Discover Regina

Dive into Regina's amenities and fantastic outdoor opportunities.

Athletics Opportunities

Go Cougars and Rams! Find out more about U of R athletics.

International Resources

U of Regina is a friendly place for international students, and we offer many programs and services to help you succeed.

Get Involved

Check out University of Regina campus life: clubs, student activities, the arts, intramurals, student government, events and so many other ways to get involved.

Student Success

Our Student Success Centre offers services like Academic Advising, Learning Skills and more.

Excellence in Research

We were named the 2020 Research University of the Year in the undergraduate university category by Research Infosource, a leading source of ranking information on research and development in Canada.

All Our Relations

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Commitment to Diversity and our Indigenous Connection

The University of Regina is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion and a strong Indigenous connection. The U of R is located on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories, the ancestral lands of the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Dakota, Nakoda, and Lakota nations and homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation.

The U of R Indigenous Career Education department tailors its program towards First Nations, Métis, and Inuit University of Regina students. This includes meaningful four-month employment experiences in programs such as the Full Circle Summer Internships.

We also offer the ta-tawâw Student Centre — the link between Indigenous students and the many services offered by the University of Regina. The Centre acts as a hub where all students, faculty, staff and community on campus can find a sense of belonging.

Fourteen per cent of U of R students are self-declared Indigenous students. Read more about our Indigenous connection in our 2020-2025 Strategic Plan: All Our Relations.
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Your Next Home

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On University of Regina's welcoming main campus in Regina, Saskatchewan, you'll find six fully furnished residence buildings with a wide variety of room options. It's where you'll make lifelong friends. U of R's campus includes:

  • 16,664 welcoming students.
  • 10 places on campus to grab coffee.
  • 17 places to get food.
  • 1,800 beds available in campus housing.
  • 10 Living-Learning Communities.
Whether you're growing something in our Edible Campus Garden, celebrating at Welcome Week, or enjoying First Nations University's Spring Pow Wow, you'll feel at home here.