Phased return to in-person learning begins February 7. Learn More.
Returning to Campus in 2022

Temporary shift to remote learning to begin Winter 2022 term

While COVID-19, and more specifically, the Omicron variant, remains a concern, the University of Regina is planning a cautious and phased return to in-person operations beginning February 7, leading up to a full resumption of in-person courses on March 1, 2022.

Some courses, classes, or laboratories where the best learning outcomes happen in-person will be resuming face-to-face instruction February 7. Deans are working with instructors to determine which courses are suitable to resume at this time and will communicate those decisions by January 24.

Students should check UR Courses by this date for any updates to their course delivery or check the Registrar's Office website.


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Return to Campus



Students returning to campus

Back to class on campus!

Here is everything you need to know about coming back to campus.

  • Accessibility and Accommodations
  • Campus Store
  • Entrances, Exits and Maps
  • Fitness and Lifestyle Centre
  • Food Services
  • In-person Event and Activity Guidelines
  • Library
  • Masks
  • Parking and Public Transit
  • Residence
  • Safety Guidelines
  • Visitors to Campus

Faculty and staff can find additional information on UR Source.

Return to Campus

Vaccination Information



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#StickItToCOVID

Everything you need to know about COVID-19 vaccinations.

  • How to Provide Proof of Vaccination
  • Acceptable Vaccination Documentation
  • Privacy and Security
  • Non-compliance
  • Visitors to Campus
  • Vaccination Frequently Asked Questions

Vaccination Information and Declaration


Academic Planning



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We're planning a safe return to campus.

From the teaching and learning framework to the COVID recovery plan, here are our plans for a safe return to campus. Documents on this page include:

  • Recovery Plan Framework
  • Teaching and Learning Framework
  • Teaching and Learning Plan: Information for Students

Faculty and staff can find additional information on UR Source.

Academic Planning

Health, Safety and Wellness

Learn more about health, safety and wellness supports and resources.

Remote Learning, Proctoring, Teaching and Research: Information for Students and Faculty

Remote Proctoring

The University of Regina has purchased a licence to the Proctortrack remote proctoring platform, which provides a system for verifying identity, and monitoring timed remotely delivered exams administered via UR Courses.

Academic integrity requires students to be honest and responsible in all learning environments.  All work and all grades should result from a student’s own understanding and effort.  The use of Proctortrack and other tools assist in ensuring the value of the academic credentials awarded by the University of Regina.  However, these tools do not determine an academic misconduct finding.  The University has a robust academic misconduct investigation process including the opportunity for students to explain an identified incident, and allow for any further investigation deemed necessary to ensure procedural fairness.  More information can be found in the University of Regina academic calendars.

Winter 2022



Latest Updates

Return to in-person learning and activity

Updated on Jan 19

While COVID-19, and more specifically the Omicron variant, remains a concern the University of Regina is monitoring the epidemiological modelling as well as all public health orders and will continue to respond accordingly.

On-campus Vaccination Clinic - January 18

Updated on Jan 14

This clinic is available to University of Regina students, faculty, and staff and their immediate family members (spouse, partner, or dependent children). Please note that at this time we are unable to vaccinate anyone between the ages of 5 and 11 due to not having the Pfizer pediatric vaccine.

International Business Travel Update

Updated on Jan 5

No international travel by faculty, researchers, staff and students that the University is funding or sponsoring will be approved.