You're Admitted! What's Next?



Domestic Students


You can do this online! New students MUST accept their offer within 30 days to ensure their spot is saved when it is time to register for courses.

Click here to accept your offer now!

Note: Nursing students: please check your acceptance letter for your steps to accept your offer.

If you are a high school student, remember that you still have to meet final admission requirements.

Find out what those requirements are here.

Have you considered living on campus next year? It's the best way to meet new people and get involved in university life. It's so convenient being close to everything you need - it's just a 2 minute walk to your classes, the gym, the library and other student supports!

There are also some incredible deals for new students. If you choose a 6-bed apartment, you'll get $1200 off your housing fees. If you choose a private dorm, you'll get $1500 off housing fees.

All first year students who apply for on-campus housing by June 1st, 2021 are guaranteed a room! The sooner you apply, the more likely it is that you will get your first choice of room. All students have the option of U of R Housing or The Student Village at Luther College. Visit their websites below for more information!


Housing Services

For more details, check out this Housing Services Brochure.


The Student Village at Luther College

See the Student Village at Luther College Viewbook.

Keep your family informed throughout the admission process! We will keep them up to date on events and deadlines. This will NOT grant them access to your personal admission or financial information.

You can sign them up here.

Your education is an important investment, and there are financial supports available to help you cover the costs! The University of Regina offers many awards, scholarships, and bursaries to students. You can also apply for external awards and student loans! Student loan applications are done with your province of residency.

For more information, view our Student Award and Financial Aid website.

You should also check out this handy Student Award and Financial Handout that outlines all you need to know about scholarships, awards, and student loans!

After accepting your offer, you will have access to your UR Self Service account. This is where you will register for your courses, pay tuition, access your textbook lists, update your personal information, and much more!



  • Click on UR Self-Service at the top of the URegina home page:
  • Enter your User ID (9-digit student number in your acceptance letter)
  • Enter your temporary PIN (Date of birth by DDMMYYYY)

For more information about your U of R Student Accounts, visit:

Is it time to register? Check your Time-Ticket in UR Self-Service for your exact date! Here's how to do this:

  • Login to UR Self-Service
  • Select the Student tab at the top of the screen
  • Click on Registration
  • Click on Check Your Registration Status
  • Select the term you are starting classes
  • You will now see the date you can register for courses!

All students are encouraged to speak to an Academic Advisor before registering for courses. Your advisor will help you understand program requirements, view available courses, and build your class schedule.

Admitted for Fall? Course registration for the Fall 2021 term begins in late April 2021 for new students. Course registration events with Academic Advisors will begin in April - you can expect an invitation in late March via email!

Please note: Your SIN is required on your student profile before you can register for courses. To ensure it is accurate, or to add it to your profile, access your Personal Information in your UR Self-Service account.

For extra tips on registering for classes, click here.

All students have their own U of R Webmail address! You can access this email account the day after you have registered for courses for the first time. Your Webmail is where all official U of R communications are sent while you are a student. Your faculty may also require that you use your official Webmail at all times when contacting professors or faculties services.

New students need to find their username and activate their account. You can do this here.

For more information about your U of R Student Accounts, visit:

Don't forget! If you are finishing high school this year, or are completing courses at another post-secondary institution, we require an official final transcript after you finish the courses before you start your fall classes at the U of R. All post-secondary transcripts must come to the U of R directly from your previous institution.

The deadline for high school applicants to provide their final official high school transcript is August 1.

For information on how to submit your final high school transcripts, click here

Orientation is the best way to kick-start your first semester! Join the U of R faculty and staff and over 1000 other new students as you prepare for your first day of classes. Orientation helps you familiarize yourself with campus, get to know your faculty, meet your peers, and more! Plus, you can win some great prizes throughout the event!

Orientation is open to all new students. All participants will take part in many of the activities together, and also participate in specialized activities based on student type and interests.

Visit our orientation page for more details!

All students are required to have a Student ID Card. They are used for library access, Fitness and Lifestyle Centre entry, identification for exams, and security purposes.

Visit the Registrar's Office website for information on how to obtain your Student ID Card.

International Students (Study Permit & Student Visa)


Click here for a list of your Next Steps!


Once you have arrived in Regina, please make sure to come to UR International, located in College West 109. The office offers many services to international students and will be there to support you throughout your time at the University of Regina.

  Find the website here.