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So you’ve decided to go to university? Congratulations! Now you’re figuring out how to pay for it? University is big investment in your future and there are many different ways to cover the costs. Don’t worry - we here at the University of Regina are here to help!
The actual cost of your University education will depend on a variety of factors such as how many classes you take, whether you live in residence, how many textbooks you need, and what your living expenses will be. For a breakdown of these typical costs, take a look at this chart which provides you with a good idea of how much you will need to budget for.
Living in Residence
Living at Home
Tuition* (based on 30 credit hours)
|$7,189.80 - $8,492.30||$7,189.80 - $8,492.30|
|Health & Dental Plan||$196.40||$196.40|
|Books and supplies||$1,000 - $2,000||$1,000 - $2,000|
|Food||$2,000 - $3,000||$1,000|
|Miscellaneous (personal items, clothing, transportation, entertainment, etc.)||$2,000||$2,000|
For an even more specific breakdown of your expenses, use our budget calculator to see what your year of full time course study (10 courses) will cost you.
If you are taking less than ten courses, click here to find costs per-class.
The U of R awards almost 500 undergraduate scholarships each year. Make sure you check out what is available to you!
Student loans provide a more manageable debt load then bank loans and, when you apply, the government automatically considers you for grants and bursaries (that’s money you don’t have to pay back)!
If you are attending on a Study Permit click here to view available funding options.