Academic Advising and Course Registration

First-year Students

Once you are accepted as a student you will receive a letter inviting you to come to Campion for academic advising. At this time you will have the opportunity to talk one-on-one with an academic advisor to plan your program and review your course options. It is recommended that first-year students meet with an academic advisor before registering for classes. New students can begin registering for the Fall term in April (May for Early-conditional admissions) and in December for the Winter term. Please see the time-ticket information or contact the Registrar's Office for exact dates.
 

High School Students (Early-conditional)

Campion College hosts special Registration Days for Regina and area high schools in April and May. You will begin the day with an information session on registration procedures and how to access Web Services for Students. This is followed by a one-on-one academic advising session. Contact your guidance counsellor for your school's day and time. Generally, early-conditional students can begin registering for classes in May.

Students from schools that do not have a scheduled session should contact our Registrar's Office or call (306) 359-1226 to arrange for an academic advising appointment.

 

Current Students

Academic counselling is offered before the start of each semester. As a Campion student, your academic counselling and registration inquiries are handled at Campion College. Registration dates are posted throughout the college and on this site.

Registration and academic advising is available Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:15 PM to 4:30 PM.  The Registrar's Office will be closed over the noon hour for the Spring/Summer 2017 term.  Appointments are not required; however, if you would like to schedule an appointment contact us at (306) 359-1226, (800) 667-7282 or campion.registrar@uregina.ca . The Registrar's Office is located on the third floor of the Campion College building.

All students are responsible for ensuring that the courses they choose comply with the degree requirements. Students are urged to familiarize themselves with the requirements for the program they have chosen by reviewing the University of Regina General Calendar.