This is a place you want to be. The University of Regina is committed to offering our staff, faculty and students a superior environment in which to excel. Whether it be competitive salaries and pension
& benefits packages, wellness initiatives or a commitment to diversity, we're sure that we have what you're looking for. We offer a rich and diverse work environment where every employee has a part in
fulfilling our mission to create knowledge and educate the next generation of leaders. This is an organization where your expertise, your knowledge, your commitment, your efforts and your success are
critical to the University's success.
The arts and sciences programs evolved with the growth of Regina Campus, which held its first convocation in 1965. The new campus was begun in 1966 on Wascana Lake, to the southeast of the old campus whose
buildings, however, remain in use: the old Girls' Residence is now used by the Regina Conservatory of Music; the Normal School, having at various times housed not only the teacher-training facility that is
now the University's Department of Education but the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History, war-training facilities during World War II when it was temporarily resumed by the federal crown and latterly the
University's Fine Arts Department, is now the Canada-Saskatchewan Soundstage. The original design of Regina Campus (as of Wascana Centre itself) and its initial buildings, in a stark concrete modernist style,
were by Minoru Yamasaki, the architect of the original World Trade Center in New York.
The University of Regina is the one of the universities with co-operative education in Saskatchewan. Many of the university undergraduate students are enrolled in the co-op program, with the highest percentage
being in the faculties of science and engineering. The Faculty of Arts offers an innovative internship program for its undergraduate students.