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10 places around the U of R to snap your next profile pic!

By University Advancement and Communications Posted: July 22, 2021 11:00 a.m.

The University of Regina is home to some amazing views, awesome architecture, and lush greenery – making it the perfect location to snap your next profile pic!

1. The University of Regina sign

 U of R sign

Need we say more? The iconic sign is a landmark and a requirement for all U of R students to take a picture in front of.

2. The Dr. John Archer Library

Archer Library

The Library is so much more than just books. Featuring artwork from some of Canada’s best artists, stunning views of the city, and awesome study chairs, there are so many cool nooks for your next snap.

3. First Nations University of Canada

First Nations University

With gorgeous architecture and spectacular visuals, First Nations University of Canada is an amazing space, and just steps away from the main U of R campus

4. The Rainbow Pit

Rainbow Pit

Who doesn’t love rainbows?

4. The Atrium


Natural light? Check. Plants? Check. Bright red piano? Check.

5. Lloyd Barber Academic Green

The Greens

Access just about every building on campus and some fantastic greenery. The Fall colours look AMAZING, too!

7. Archways


Let our brutalist architecture act as the backdrop to your next shoot.

8. Research and Innovation Centre (RIC Building)

Research and Innovation Centre

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The ultra-modern RIC Building is often used for professional and wedding photos.

9. Residence Buildings


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University is probably your first experience with living on your own. The U of R has many modern, inclusive, and awesome options for students.

10. Wascana Lake


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Greenspace, wildlife, awesome sculptures, and fantastic views, one of North America’s largest parks is just steps away from campus.