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    According to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), "As announced on March 20, 2020, international students who held a valid study permit or had been approved for a study permit when the travel restrictions took effect on March 18, 2020, will be able travel to Canada by air or land. They will be exempt from air travel and border restrictions. ...

    If you’re travelling by air, you need to pass a health check before you’re allowed to board your flight. Anyone who shows symptoms of COVID-19 will not be allowed to enter Canada by air. When you arrive in Canada, we'll assess your health before you leave the port of entry. You must isolate for 14 days even if you have no symptoms. This is mandatory. "

    For more information, please visit the IRCC website.

    As per the news released by Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) on March 25, 2020, "you must have a plan for how you will self-isolate for 14 days when you get to Canada and how you will obtain medical care if you become sick. While in self-isolation, you will be unable to leave where you are staying for any pupose. If you do not have a plan for self-isolation, including how you will buy groceries and access other eseential services, plase delay your travel until you have made one." For more information, please visit the PHAC website.

    Please see the guidelines of self-isolation from Government of Saskatchewan here.

    Currently, our UR International staffs are working remotely. We are available from 8:15 am-4:30 pm, Monday-Friday via email at or 306-585-5082.

    In case of an emergency (only), please call our toll free number at 1-855-874-1700.

    UR International Student Services office is here to support and assist our students in any way we can. Some of the services that can be accessed virtually includes:

    Official Transcripts: To request your official transcripts, please visit the Registrar's office website. Please note that in-person pick up is suspended until further notice. Please ensure you provide your current mailing address in your transcripts request and they will be mailed to you.

    Unofficial transcripts can be obtained through UR self-service (

    Confirmation of Enrollment: Confirmation of Enrollment can be requested by email at from your email address only. Confirmation of Enrollment will be issued in a PDF format to your email address.

    Please ensure to use your uregina email and include your full name, student ID number, and the purpose of the request at the time of sending the email. Graduate students: Please contact the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research office (FGSR) to request for the extension letters.

    Immigration Information: At this time, face-to-face immigration sessions are being canceled. If you have any questions regarding your immigration status, please contact us at 306-585-5082, or email us at

    Please note: “Foreign nationals who are in Canada and whose temporary resident status may soon expire, may apply for an extension so that they may maintain their temporary resident status in Canada. Once the application is submitted, the client will benefit from implied status and may remain in Canada until a decision is rendered on their application.” For more information, please visit the IRCC website.

    Global Learning Centre: All services will be offered via Zoom. Email with more information has been sent out; please check your email for more details. Schedules for one-on-one coaching sessions and other services, please click here.

    Accommodation: If you live on-campus, please refer to the email sent to all residents by Housing Services on Saturday, March 14, and follow their instructions.

    Fees payment: For any outstanding fees, please contact Financial Services (306-585-4123 or or use UR Self-Service ( to settle your account.

    Exchange students: Please follow the instructions that you have received from the Study Abroad & Global Mobility office. If you have any questions, please email


    As you may already know, beginning on Friday, March 20, classes will resume through teaching at a distance only. Distance teaching will continue through the remainder of the Winter 2020 semester, including final examinations. Information on accessing remote courses and exams is now available on the Student Remote Learning Support site at

    Please keep checking your emails, including your uregina email, as well as UR Courses. The University and UR International will continue to communicate with you through these channels.

    For visiting professors and researchers please continue checking your email account for further updates. If you have any questions or concerns please contact