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Staying over Holiday Break

The University of Regina and all departments on campus will be closed for the Holiday Break, December 24th, 2021 up to and including January 3rd, 2022 (regular business hours resume Tuesday, January 4th). Should you require assistance, Student Community Assistants and RAs/RLCs will be available throughout the break, 24/7.

 If you will be staying on campus in your room for all or part of this time, please complete this form. The purpose of gathering this information is to compile an accurate list for housing staff in the event of an emergency over the holidays. We appreciate your co-operation in this effort.

There is no additional charge for this period for residents who will continue to live here in the Winter Semester.

You may keep your room keys even if you will not be here during the holidays.

Please Read:
If you have completed a Contract Withdrawal Form, or, were on a Fall semester only exchange and will not be living in student housing for the Winter 2022 Semester, please do not complete this form. You must be moved out 24 hours after your last exam or on December 22nd, 2021; whichever date comes first (unless you have had other arrangements pre-approved by the housing office).

* denotes required field

First name* Last name*
UR Student ID Number* Location*
Suite/Room Number*

(Please include location abbreviation and bedroom. ex: KT444.2)

Dates that I will be in Residence*

The University of Regina collects information under the authority of The University of Regina Act and in accordance with the Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act for purposes of the administration of the University and its programs and services. By responding to this form, you are consenting to the University of Regina Housing Services Department using your personal information for the purpose of compiling lists for security purposes over, but not limited to, the holiday break as dictated by the University of Regina.