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University of Regina Students' Union (URSU)

URSU Strategic Framework

Our​ ​Vision

URSU​ ​aspires​ ​to​ ​be​ ​your​ ​collaborative​ ​partner​ ​in​ ​a​ ​holistic​ ​student​ ​life.

Our​ ​Mission

We​ ​were​ ​created​ ​by​ ​students​ ​for​ ​students.​ ​ ​We​ ​provide​ ​students​ ​high​ ​quality​ ​supports,​ ​services,​ ​opportunities, and ​ ​advocacy,​ ​to​ ​ensure​ ​that​ ​all​ ​students​ ​have​ ​a​ ​fun,​ ​safe​ ​and​ ​healthy​ ​University​ ​experience.

Our​ ​Values​…
​ ​which​ ​guide​ ​all​ ​our​ ​actions​ ​and​ ​decisions

● Student​ ​Engagement​ ​- Incorporating the students’ perspective in everything we do to guide the provision of accessible, beneficial services.

● Responsive​ – Proactively addressing the unique, diverse and changing needs of the students in the services and advocacy we provide.

● Constant​ ​Improvement​ -​ ​Our passion and commitment to constantly improve the services we offer and to develop best practices as learn from our past experiences and prepare for future challenges.

● Stewardship​ – Responsible, transparent, and honest management of the resources and people entrusted to us.

Our​ ​Areas​ ​of​ ​Focus

1.  Enhanced​ ​University​ ​Experience​ – When students graduate from the University of Regina they were able to access services and supports in time of need and engaged in a social environment that created lifelong memories.

2.  Continued​ ​Business​ ​Growth​ ​and​ ​Improvement​ ​-​ ​URSU demonstrates healthy accountable fiscal management with a steady increase of revenue to reinvest into student services.

3. ​​ Proactive​ ​Social​ ​Responsibility​ – The capacity of URSU is founded upon an educated membership, strong policies and processes, clear roles, a healthy work environment and strong leadership.

4.  Expanded​ ​and​ ​Improved​ ​Service​ ​Offerings​ ​- URSU service offerings are continually refined to ensure that the ever evolving needs of students are supported by the best support services available to students.

5.  Elevated​ ​Student​ ​Engagement ​- URSU’s ongoing development is a direct result of it’s two-way relationship with students.


mywellness is the only e-Mental Health program that moves students from awareness to action.

mywellness was specifically developed with the Canadian post-secondary student in mind and focuses on the full cycle of support including awareness, education, and care. Awareness: Information events and on-campus marketing campaigns Education: Toolbox, Online Mental Health Assessment, Personal Action Plan Care: Online counselling and referrals to resources both on campus and in the community.

No matter how busy you may be, your mental health needs to be a priority.

Mental health affects your performance, your relationships, every aspect of your life. Science proves if you ignore your mental health, even your brain anatomy can change. With mywellness, you can assess your mental health in 5-10 minutes and immediately access tools for stress reduction and for managing your symptoms. It’s free and anonymous


Welcome to your Mental Health Support! - click here

My Student Plan Hub (student benefit plan)

University of Regina Students’ Union

Welcome to your Student Dental and Health Plan!

For information on Plan details, Plan Enrolment, Opt-Out/Enroll, Submitting a Claim, and student savings click here

Student Advocate

The Student Advocate is a professional, registered social services worker available to assist those who are experiencing difficulties. Their main areas of service are financial and academic advocacy. They are also a source of referrals or support for victims of sexual assault, those dealing with mental health issues or those seeking personal support.

The Advocate operates in an advisory capacity and has the power to investigate, the power to recommend and the power to represent. The Student Advocate is there for you in times of crisis, but also helps you manage issues before they become a crisis.

When should you consult the Student Advocate?

If you find yourself saying things like:

  • I feel like I am being treated unfairly!
  • I feel like no one is listening to me!
  • I’d like to talk about my problem with someone before I do anything else.
  • I don’t know which way to turn!
  • Will I be able to live on this much money?
  • All I get is the run around!
  • How will I ever get this mess sorted out?
  • I just don’t know where to start!

 For more information or to contact the Student Advocate click here       

Contact the University of Regina Student's Union (URSU)

Hours of Business

Monday to Friday:  9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m
Saturday & Sunday:  CLOSED

Email and Phone

Mailing Address

University of Regina Students’ Union
3737 Wascana Parkway
Riddell Centre 221
Regina, SK  S4S 0A2                                                        Visit our WebsiteURSU


Paws to Relax


Students are faced with balancing their studies, jobs, and home life which can sometimes feel overwhelming.
Therapy dogs to the rescue!  Therapy dogs hope to provide a bit of comfort, joy and mental well-being to our students on campus.

The Paws to Relax therapy dog program will make regular campus visits throughout the 2022/2023 academic year. 
Special thanks to St. John Ambulance for their service.


Tuesday, December 6, 2022             10:00 am to 11:30 am
Thursday, December 8, 2022            12:30 pm to 2:30 pm

Paws to Relax therapy dogs will be in the Research and Innovation Centre Atrium

Student Wellness Centre

The University of Regina is the first university in Canada to open a nurse practitioner-led Student Wellness Centre on campus, and staff are ready to begin providing primary healthcare services to students.  

“I think the University community should be very proud that they have been innovative enough in their thinking to realize that this is an opportunity and that they had the foresight to see that it was a possibility,” said Maureen Klenk, Associate Dean (Student Wellness) of the Faculty of Nursing at the U of R, and one of the nurse practitioners at the Wellness Centre. 

“The Student Wellness Centre really is a unique feature, and it speaks to how the U of R believes and values providing service while creating a place of connection for our students,” added Dr. Cheryl Pollard, Dean of the Faculty of Nursing at the U of R. “We’re here to serve our student population. We’re creating a home. We’re creating a space where people can thrive, whether that’s through creating a healing space or whether that’s helping them achieve their academic dreams. The U of R really has some powerful demonstrations of that commitment, and the Student Wellness Centre is one of them.”

A full list of the services offered can be found on the Wellness Centre’s website. Hours are Monday to Friday – 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Anyone experiencing an emergency is asked to call 9-1-1.

Student Success Centre

Student Success Centre Mission Statement

The Student Success Centre provides personalized guidance and support to students in achieving their university, professional development,  and life goals. Our services and programs are student-focused and provide students with the opportunity to achieve academic success, to get involved in student life activities, to gain leadership skills, and to give back to the community. We encourage our students to participate in reflection and goal setting, which leads to them becoming independent learners. We aid students with their transition into the University of Regina, support them during their time as a student, and help them prepare for life after university.

Success starts here!

We understand that every student has different expectations of what university life should be, different learning styles and different needs. Our personalized support services are designed to encourage and assist you in making the most of your university experience. We can help you face academic challenges, develop skills, set goals and connect with others. We will also help you prepare for life after university, whether that be a career, graduate degree or something else. We are committed to your success as an individual.

Our wide range of programs and free services will help you transition into University, become a more effective and efficient student, and encourage you to engage in learning and in everything the University of Regina has to offer.

Academic Advising

Academic advisors are providing services remotely! Many of your questions can be answered by emailing  Ensure you include your name, Student ID Number, and as much detail as possible in your question! We will respond within one business day.  Alternately, click on the Academic Advising tab for information on Zoom Drop-in and phone advising options!

Learning Skills

All appointments will be done by phone. Please click here to book an appointment. The advisor will call you at the time of your appointment using the phone number you provided us with when you booked your appointment.

UR Guarantee

All appointments will be done by phone. You can find the link on your URG UR Courses page or here: The UR Guarantee advisor will call you at your appointment time using the number you provided us.

Writing Tutoring - for spring/summer starts on May 17th!

Writing tutoring is now offered through email and Zoom appointments and we will open for the winter semseter on January 18th. Once opened, you can email your paper to OR you can book a zoom appointment. Please click here to see instructions on how to book an appointment.

Math and Stats Tutoring - for spring/summer starts on May 17th!

All appointments will be done via Zoom appointments. Please click here to see instructions on how to book an appointment.

Transition Programs (ATP, ARP, Pathway)

Please email all questions or concerns to This email account will be monitored closely so you will get a reply.

For more information about the Student Success Centre, our location on campus, and hours of operation, visit our website here.

Centre for Student Accessibility

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
upholds the University's commitment to a diverse and inclusive learning community by providing services and support to enable students with disabilities to approach their studies in an equal and effective manner.

The Centre aims to encourage independence, self-advocacy and equality for all students, while maintaining personal, confidential service.

Centre for Student Accessibility:

  • First point of contact for students requiring accommodations
  • Approves both in-class and exam accommodations

Accommodations Test Centre (ATC):

  • Provides exam (quizzes, mid-terms and finals) space for accommodated students
  • Ensures assistive technology is available during exams

Student Role:

  • Request accommodations through CSA
  • Let instructor know what in-class accommodations are required
  • Book exams through Accommodate.*
Instructor Role:
  • Provide support for in-class student accommodations and tests that require specialized equipment
  • Approve/decline exam requests through Accommodate
*Note that exams requiring specialized lab equipment cannot be written in the ATC and will have to be coordinated directly with the instructor.

The Accommodations Test Centre is planning for a January 2022 opening. Information related to the ATC launch will be sent out to students and instructors in November 2021.

For more information about our programs and services, our location on campus, and hours of operation, please visit our website here.

Advising & Career Education


Whether you are trying to choose a career, looking for full-time/summer/part-time/co-op employment, or an employer looking to hire a student to fulfill your business needs, the Advising & Career Education Centre is for you! We strive to give you the most current, valid, and comprehensive information for your prospective job-searching needs as well as meet your advising requirements.

Here is just a brief summary of what program might be of benefit to you:

  • Indigenous Career Education tailors its programs towards Indigenous, Metis, and Inuit students studying at the University of Regina, and to employers looking to hire or mentor a student through one of the programs featuring the Full Circle Summer Internship.
  • Career Exploration & Counselling offers services and resources for making informed decisions about your educational, career and life direction with a focus on three activities: self-assessment, exploration and re-evaluation.
  • Co-operative Education & Internships is the site designed for future and current co-op students looking for work terms, and where employers go to post positions or learn more about becoming a hiring partner
  • Student Employment Services is the up-to-date site with current job postings, career fairs, and employer information sessions.
  • Academic Advising - Let us help you navigate your path! Are you facing challenges? We can provide you with specific strategies that will assist you in reaching your academic goals. Are you undecided? That’s okay! We can provide you information on all University of Regina programs and help you make decisions on your academic future.  Book an appointment or visit us during drop in times.

For more information about the Advising & Career Education Centre, our location on campus, and hours of operation, please visit our website here.

ta-tawâw Student Centre

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ta-tawâw Student Centre (pronounced: “tat-ah-wow”)
Cree word for "Welcome. There is room. There is space."

Through encouraging reciprocal exchange amongst students, staff and faculty, elders, alumni, and our larger communities, we honor that ta-tawâw Student Centre is a place where we celebrate and embrace our collective contributions as a community, and achieve the greatest heights of education.

The ta-tawâw Student Centre (formerly Aboriginal Student Centre) is a respectful and welcoming place that encourages student empowerment, identity, community connection and Indigenous ways of learning.  This space is a central hub for all students on campus, and a place to gather with others including Knowledge Keepers, alumni, faculty, staff and community members, creating a sense of belonging in the larger university environment.

The ta-tawâw Student Centre's main focus is on assisting Indigenous students':

  • Successful transition into University
  • Retention at the post-secondary level
  • Engagement in University events and activities
  • Successful completion of University
  • Transition into the workforce

The Centre’s focus is to support students, and with the involvement of the larger  campus community, create opportunities for intercultural and intergenerational exchange which strengthens our campus community,  and expands our potential for continual learning.

For more information about the ta-tawâw Student Centre, our location on campus, and hours of operation, please visit our website here.

Indigenous students at the University of Regina, and the federated colleges of Campion College, Luther College and First Nations University are asked to self declare their Indigenous status when they log into the University’s self-service. This will help ta-tawâw Student Centre, the University of Regina, the federated colleges, faculties and departments in developing and implementing services to meet the needs of Indigenous students on campus.

UR International

We specialize in everything International. URI provides tailored assistance for international students from beginning to end, and domestic students looking for an adventure abroad. We also support staff, faculty members and the community with many internationalization initiatives.

The URI team is dedicated to working with you to enrich international engagement and promote the vibrant growth of the U of R here at home and around the world.

For more information about UR International, to book an information session, or to apply for admission, please visit our website here.

The Women's Centre

Women Centre logoOUR MISSION

The mission of the University of Regina Women's Centre is to empower female students by providing a supportive racial and gender inclusive environment dedicated to the education of all students regarding women's issues.


Accontability is what makes the Women's Centre services uniquely feminist.  Listening to and supporting what women tell us about their needs and understanding their experiences determines the nature and direction of our work. 

The Women's Centre actively works towards improving women's experience on campus.

For more information about the Women's Centre, our services, location on campus, and contact information, please visit our website here.

UR Pride Centre for Sexuality and Gender Diversity


Our Mission is to set the foundation for a safer, healthier, and more vibrant community for sexually and gender diverse people in the City and University of Regina.


We believe:

  • In supporting our community through an anti-oppressive framework;
  • That the health of the people in the community is important;
  • In equality, fairness, social equity, respect and social acceptance regardless of social circumstances;
  • That everyone should have access to a safer and supportive environment;
  • In consent as an essential part of social interaction;
  • In freedom of choice;
  • In informed, constructive social criticism;
  • In promoting relevant social issues; and
  • In informed healthy choices


  • To provide and promote health, wellness, and social support for sexually and gender diverse people on campus and throughout the City;
  • To promote an intergenerational community of sexually and gender diverse people on campus and throughout the City;
  • To advocate for the safety and equitable inclusion of sexually and gender diverse people on campus and throughout the City; and
  • To provide avenues for sexually and gender diverse students to expand their skills and explore new leadership opportunities.


We envision:

  • a community where people are free from marginalization, and social and political prejudice because of their sexual and/or gender identities;
  • a healthy and positive queer community where there opportunities for social interactions in safer, inclusive, and comfortable spaces;
  • a Canada-wide queer university community that shares resources;
  • a community where all people have access to educating themselves on queer issues to alleviate discrimination driven by ignorance.


For more information about our team, becoming a member, our locations, or to contact us, click here

Sun Life Financial Psychology Training Clinic

Sun Life Financial Psychology Clinic


Our mission is to provide an alternative setting for the provision of psychological services to residents in and around Regina.We further aim to provide our student-therapists enrolled in the Clinical Psychology Programme in the Department of Psychology with opportunities to implement psychological services under the supervision of highly trained supervisors.

Strengths of Clinic

The Clinic provides an additional service to community residents, especially those with moderate to mild psychological concerns who may not be able to easily access other services.Clients and students benefit from clinical experience of clinical faculty members who are registered and abreast of the most recent research in the field of clinical psychology.

Psychological Services

All clients will be provided services by a PhD student in Clinical Psychology under close supervision of registered doctoral psychologists. This may involve sessions with both the student-therapist and supervisor or the student-therapist with close review of sessions by the supervisor.Services offered in the Clinic vary from year to year depending on the expertise of the Clinic supervisors.


We do not want cost to prevent individuals from receiving mental health services, therefore we offer sessions at a reduced rate. Please contact us for a current fee structure. Note: U of R students are provided services at no charge.  We are currently offering the following services:
•Individually based cognitive behavioural therapy for adults with symptoms of anxiety and depression.
•Assessment for a variety of child and adult mental health disorders.

Eligibility for Service

Due to the nature of the training setting, we will not be able to accept clietns who are: 1) in receipt of other mental health services; 2) involved in litigation; 3) receiving financial compensation from a third party; 4) at high risk of suicide or experiencing problems with psychosis, alcohol or drugs; 5) associated with a meneber of the Sun Life Financial Psychology Training Clinic; and or 6) unwilling to be seen by a graduate student under supervision.

Confidentiality Policy

All information about clients is kept in strict confidence and only available to the client, therapist, and supervisor, and if appropriate the physician or legal guardian. No information about a client will be shared with any other party without written permission. Only in rare circumstances as outlined by federal and provincial acts is confidential information disclosed without consent (e.g., if a client is found to be an imminent danger to him/herself or to someone else).

To Refer to the Clinic

If you are interested in services or would like to refer a client to the Clinic please leave a message, including your name and phone number, at our confidential phone line 306-585-5685.You will then be called to determine eligibility for services and if applicable a time and location for an appointment will be arranged.

Clinic Location

College West – Room 020 (below the UofR bookstore)

Mailing Address

Psychology Training Clinic
Department of Psychology
University of Regina
Regina SK
S4S 0A2

Clinic Supervisor

Nichole Faller B. A. (Hons), M. A., PhD Candidate
Director, Psychology Training Clinic
Department of Psychology
University of Regina
(306) 585-5272