Founded 1911 as Regina College, Reorganized 1925 as University of Saskatchewan, 1959 as University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus, and acquired present status and title 1974.
- Arts FacultyFields of study: Anthropology, Asian Studies, Business Administration, Classical Languages, Cultural Studies, Development Studies, Economics, English, Environmental Studies, European Studies, French, French Studies, Gender Studies, Geography, History, Indigenous Studies, International Studies, Journalism, Latin American Studies, Linguistics, Medieval Studies, Philosophy, Police Studies, Political Sciences, Psychology, Religious Studies, Social Studies, Sociology, Women's Studies
- English as a Second Language (ESL) FacultyFields of study: English
- French InstituteFields of study: French
- Nursing FacultyFields of study: Nursing
- Public Policy Graduate SchoolFields of study: Political Sciences
- Social Work FacultyFields of study: Social Work
- Academic year: From Septembe to August (September-December, January-April, May-August)
- Requirements: Secondary school certificate or recognized foreign equivalent. For individual course requirements, please see website.
- Students allowance: Co-ed