UNIVERSITY OF REGINA
The University of Regina's main campus and historic original College Avenue campus cover 930 acres and provide an attractive study and work environment for more than 14,000 full-time and part-time students, as well as 400 full-time faculty, 1,000 permanent staff, and approximately 1,200 casual employees. Both the main campus and the original campus are located in Wascana Centre, the largest urban park in North America. The school has offices on both sites, in the Research Park on the main campus and in the Gallery Building near the Legislature and government offices.
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University of Regina Resources
- Guide for International Students (U of R Pre-Arrival Preparation, Settling in at the U of R, Settling in the City of Regina, U of R Campus Information
- U of R International Students Survival Guide (Arrival information)
- Athletic and Recreational Services
- The Carillon (student newspaper)
- Services for Aboriginal students
- Services for students with disabilities
- Global Learning Centre
- University of Regina map
Living in Regina
Regina, a city of approximately 200,000 people, offers all the advantages of a smaller city: affordable housing, a low unemployment rate, a wealth of parks and green spaces, bicycle paths, sports facilities, and many cultural organizations and events. Regina's population is ethnically and culturally diverse, with immigrants from the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the United States and a large First Nations population.
- College West has recently been renovated and has a diverse international population. Special suites are set aside for graduate students.
- La Residence is in the Language Institute on campus. It is focused on providing a French-speaking environment, but it is open to all students. This building also houses the ESL Centre.
- Luther College residence has single occupancy rooms and an on-site cafeteria where students take advantage of a meal plan.
- North and South Residences are the newest residences on campus. There are 693 stylishly furnished bedrooms to choose from.
The Student Union Housing Registry can help students find off-campus accommodations.
- The City of Regina website contains information about Regina's geographic location, population, climate, history, attractions, and amenities. It is a "must-see" for anyone who wishes to know more about living in Regina!
- The Government of Saskatchewan website contains information regarding health services, government programs, and economic development. Check out the link to the Tourism Saskatchewan homepage and see all that the province has to offer to visitors and residents.
- The website of the LeaderPost, Regina's daily newspaper, can help students look for off-campus accommodations through the Classifieds, find out about current events, or just learn more about what's going on in Regina and Saskatchewan.
- The Prairie Dog offers its readers a variety of news and opinion articles, as well as restaurant reviews, health, travel, and urban-living columns. It is available free at 400 outlets city-wide every second Thursday.
For more information on the city of Regina, please visit the following websites: