University of Regina
3737 Wascana Parkway
Regina, SK. S4S 0A2
In person or virtual appointments available (email, phone, or Zoom)
Email Campion.Registrar@uregina.ca or call 306.586.4242.
You can also submit your appointment request using the form below.
Monday to Friday
8:30 am to noon
1:15 pm to 4:30 pm
The Campion College Registrar’s Office will continue to provide student services Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. This includes academic advising, registration, and responding to student inquiries. Advising can be provided in person, via email, phone, or Zoom meetings.
What does the Registrar’s office do?
They are here to help you with your academic goals!
Come see one of our advisors to:
Bring us all of your questions and if we don’t have the answer, we will direct you.
When do I register for classes?
Course registration begins in March for the following Spring/Summer and Fall terms, and in October for the Winter term. You need to know your time ticket to find out when you are eligible to register! You can find your time-ticket in UR Self-Service by going to Student then Registration and clicking on Check your registration status. You will be asked to select a semester and then you will see your time-ticket.
When should I meet with an advisor?
You can visit your advisor any time!
During registration, the best time to meet with an advisor is a few days before your time ticket.
Do I need to make an appointment?
You can drop in or contact an advisor in Campion for an appointment. You should try to see an advisor at least 2 days before your time ticket.
You can call our main reception desk at 306.586.4242 or email Campion.Registrar@uregina.ca to make an appointment.
Details for Grade 12 students selecting classes for their first year
Campion College recommends all first-year and incoming students make an appointment to speak with an advisor about your degree plan, picking classes, and other registration procedures. High schools in Regina and area often have specific registration days during March and April. Contact your guidance counsellor for your school’s registration date and time.
If you cannot attend with your high school (or you attend a high school that does not have a designated registration day), you can arrange an appointment by calling Safoora Abdul at 306.359.1232, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by clicking the 1st Year Advising button on this page.
Details for other first year students (not coming from high school)
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.
Contact Campion.Registrar@uregina.ca or 306.586.4242 to set up an advising time.
How do I apply for graduation?
Graduation application forms are available online.
To be eligible, you must complete your program requirements by April 30. The deadline to apply for Spring Convocation is January 31 of that year.
To be eligible, you must complete your program requirements by August 31. The deadline to apply for Fall Convocation is July 31 of that year.
How do I get my graduation pictures taken?
Spring 2023 grad photos will be taken by Cornerstone Photography. Grads can sign up online: https://www.timetosignup.com/cornerstone/sheet/1325279 or by calling 306-789-4550. Gowns and hoods will be ready for you to use in your sitting.
How do I get a copy of my transcript?
Unofficial transcripts can be printed from UR Self-Service by going to Student Records then Current Registration & List of Courses (Unofficial Transcript).
For official transcripts provided by the University of Regina Registrar’s Office, log in to UR Self-Service, go to Student Records then Request Official Transcript(s). Note that there are some fees associated with official transcripts and be sure to check if you need them sent directly to another institution from the U of R.