About the University
The University of Regina is located in the stunning region of Saskatchewan in the centre of Canada.
The university and it's students make the most of their surroundings, with a broad range of co-curricular activities being available and students can explore the wealth of local lakes and local forests.
Opportunities for outdoor sports are endless and contribute to the wellbeing of students while studying. Several Halls of Residence offer a diverse choice for students, with the campus being nestled in one of largest urban parks in North America. Coffee shops, restaurants and other amenities are nearby and make student life comfortable.
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The University of Regina has several Halls of Residence, with rooms mainly being single occupancy. College West offers apartment-style residence living whereas Luther College alternatively offers more traditional dorm-style residences.
The University of Regina is nestled in Wascana Park, one of the largest urban parks in North America. Students have access to coffee shops, restaurants, shops and study spaces looking out over a stunning lake.
The university has a broad and exciting offering for it's students, with all the benefits of the stunning scenery of Saskatchewan county. Students can explore the majestic lakes not far from the city, or the deep forests of the north.
There's opportunities to go camping, fishing, hunting, hiking swimming and canoeing in the summer. Skilling, skating snowboarding and hockey is popular in the winter.
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