University of Regina Customer Service Phone Number

Phone Number of University of Regina is 3065854111, 3065854791 .

The University of Regina has its roots in Regina College, a small residential high school established by the Methodist church in 1911. It grew in size and significance becoming a campus of the University of Saskatchewan and ultimately an independent degree granting university, the University of Regina, in 1974.

University of Regina have a proud history of excellence in teaching, research and continual commitment to our community. One hundred years of excellence in education has created a university devoted to making a difference.Today the University of Regina is home to 10 faculties and 25 academic departments which have established reputations for excellence and innovative programs leading to bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees.

Over the last three decades the University of Regina has developed meaningful and lasting relationships with prominent universities in China as well as trusted relationships with representatives of the People's National Congress. In 2011, we are celebrating those relationships and the cross-cultural understanding and partnerships which have resulted. University of Regina international reach continues to extend outwards with positive results.

The University of Regina main campus and historic original College Avenue campus, covering 930 acres, provide an attractive study and work environment for the more than 14,200 full-time and part-time students who attended during 2010-11 as well as 410 full-time faculty, 1,264 permanent staff and approximately 1,348 term or casual employees. Both the main campus and historic campus are located in Wascana Centre, the largest urban park in North America and the first in Canada to be created by a tri-level government/education partnership.

The University of Regina has experienced impressive physical expansion. From 1994 to 2009 campus development led to an increase of more than 1.3 million square feet responding to the needs of our faculty, our researchers and our students. University of Regina Research and Innovation Centre received national attention from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada when it was profiled as an example of excellence in functional design in Award, the Magazine of Sustainable Architecture, Construction and Design. The Research and Innovation Centre is just one example of our commitment to creating a modern campus while being fully aware of the environmental values associated with smart design. Over the same period of campus expansion the University of Regina has realized an overall reduction in carbon emissions by decreasing heating and power consumption by 35 per cent - resulting in annual savings of more than $2 million.

University of Regina historic College Avenue campus, which began as Regina College, is an important part of our academic programming and the University's outreach to the community - and we've launched an ambitious plan in 2011 - along with a Campus Master Plan - to revitalize it. The addition, in 2002, of 66,000 square feet in a two-storey expansion of the Education Building accommodates state-of-the-art classrooms and case rooms. Further campus expansion has provided accommodation for the Greenhouse Gas Technology Centre, the International Test Centre for Carbon Dioxide Capture and other research projects focused on developing new ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The University of Regina contributes significantly to life in the community. In 2010, the University hosted the nationally acclaimed Massey Lecture, delivered by celebrated author Douglas Coupland. The University is a popular venue for concerts, art, sports, public lectures and theatre, and other events and is a source of invaluable expertise in many areas. In 2005, the University of Regina was a key partner with the City of Regina and area communities in hosting the 2005 Canada Summer Games and providing the headquarters for the Games, including the site for the Athletes' Village and numerous sporting events.

The University of Regina helps create capacity for social, cultural and economic development, and has long been recognized as a major player in strengthening and diversifying the local economy. The annual payroll of more than $114 million has a significant economic impact in Regina and the surrounding area. In addition, the financial impact of construction activities has contributed to an economic expansion for the city of Regina. University of Regina students, more than 51 per cent of whom come from outside Regina, also add to the local economy.

As it neared the end of the millennium, the University of Regina experienced a period of unprecedented physical growth and expansion. The footprint of the campus more than doubled in size in the decade starting in 1997 due to the largest physical growth phase since the original seven buildings rose out of the prairies in the 1960s.

The Archer Library can trace its origins back to the early part of the twentieth century as a small, unorganized collection of books for Regina College, a residential high school opened by the Methodist Church in 1911. First organized according to the Dewey Decimal System in 1921, it was later converted to the Library of Congress system in 1935, with the assistance of the Carnegie Corporation. From 1912 to 1959 the collection was housed in the College Building on College Avenue. The Library underwent a rapid expansion in the 1960’s following the transformation of Regina College into the Regina Campus of the University of Saskatchewan, effectively doubling its holdings in five years. In 1974 the University of Regina was established as an independent institution; by then, the Library had moved into its present location, though it was not until 2004 that Library collections and services occupied the building in its entirety. At that time, a significant change occurred with the merge of the Education/Fine Arts branch library into the main collection.

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The address of University of Regina is 3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina, SK S4S 0A2, Canada.

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