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Parking Services

Important Notice:

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) will be operating a by-appointment COVID-19 vaccination clinic in the Centre for Kinesiology, Health & Sport building (Gym 2) at the University of Regina beginning March 29th, 2021.


Scheduled appointments will run between 11:00am and 8:30pm daily (7 days/week). For appointment booking information visit www.saskatchewan.ca.


Visitors to the SHA vaccination clinic may park in Lot 10 (designated parking area) while attending the clinic.  Please follow the posted signage on campus and reference the SHA Event Map if you are unfamiliar with campus.


Purchase your parking ePermit online today!
Login to UR Parking Account to purchase your ePermit for the semester.
 

Commuter Students

All commuter students who will be on campus must have a Commuter M Fall permit. Be sure to enter your license plate(s) and the make of your vehicle(s) when you request your permit.

SCBScN

Students enrolled in the University of Regina Faculty of Nursing program, in collaboration with Saskatchewan Polytech, will need a parking permit. You must enter your license plate(s) and the make of your vehicle(s) when you request your permit.

Please note:  A permit is not required at the Saskatchewan Polytech- Regina Campus for the fall semester. Students will be able to park in the student parking lots (8, 10, 14 & 15) without need to purchase or show a permit of any type.  

Residents

All Residents students who will be on living campus must have a Resident Permit. You will need to enter your license plate(s) and the make of your vehicle(s) when you request your permit.

Log into your parking account here https://uregina.aimsparking.com/

Parking at the University

Several parking options are available to you, depending what what your parking needs are.  Choose one of the options below to find out your parking options and if you need a parking ePermit from Parking Services.

  1. Campus resident student (student living on campus) 
  2. Commuter student (student driving to campus)
  3. Visitor  (non-university community visiting campus)

Note:  Parking on campus is limited and will sell out; ePermits are sold on a first come/first serve basis.