Student Resources

Student Resources can link you to the services and information that will help you succeed at university.

Student Program Centre

Have questions about admission requirements? Undecided about your major? Unsure of the requirements for your degree? Need clarification about university policies?

If you have questions outside your program area, we can help. For specific program advising, please contact your departmental advisor.

Thinking of changing your academic direction? Need help choosing courses that relate to your goals and interests? Make an appointment with the Academic Program Coordinator to discuss your concerns and interests.

We can help, and we can refer you to other resources at the university to assist you.

Admissions and Registration

Find out if your program has special admission requirements.


Check out our general Media, Art, and Performance scholarships, or refer to programs for more information about scholarships that are specific to your subject area.

Graduation and Convocation

Do you want to make sure you’re on track to graduating? Come see us for a graduation check. Graduation checks should be done prior to your last year of courses.

Student Success Centre

Find out what the Student Success Centre can do for you.

Student Accessability

The University of Regina wishes to support all students in achieving academic success while enjoying a full and rewarding university experience. The Centre for Student Accessibility is guided by Saskatchewan's Human Rights legislation and the duty to accommodate individuals on the basis of disability, family status, religion, and gender identity."
Students who may require academic accommodations and/or support services are encouraged to contact the Centre for Student Accessibility as early as possible. The deadline to register and/or request Accommodation Letters for instructors coincides with the Grade of W drop deadline(s) for courses each term. For further information on the registration process, please explore the website: To contact the Centre for Student Accessibility, please email or call (306) 585-4491. The office is located in Riddell Centre, Room 229.