Whether you are a new student pursuing a career goal, or a mature student wanting to advance your career, we can find a program that will match your needs. At FNUniv you have the unique opportunity to study in an environment that supports First Nations cultures, languages, and values. Everyone (Indigenous and non-Indigenous) is welcome to participate in and learn through ceremony with Elders as well as through classroom-based experience. Our courses, programs, and instructors are accredited by the University of Regina, and all University of Regina classes are open to FNUniv students.
Discover FNUniv’s course offerings by visiting our Academic Programs page.
No. The only application form you need to complete is the University of Regina application form. You are applying to the University of Regina and simply selecting the First Nations University of Canada as your Federated College. Therefore, you complete the U of R application form, selecting the First Nations University of Canada as your campus of choice (you must also select your campus location Regina, Saskatoon, or Prince Albert). You must meet the U of R admission requirements for your program to be accepted. While we do not admit students directly through the First Nations University of Canada, one of our Student Recruitment Officers would be happy to help you through the application process.
For more information, or to make an appointment with one of our Student Recruitment Officers: Phone: 306-790-5950 ext. 3001
Method 1: Apply Online.
Follow the prompts to set-up a temporary password and ID:
- A valid e-mail address and credit card number are required.
- Select First Nations University of Canada and the campus you wish to attend (Regina, Saskatoon or Prince Albert).
The online application can be found at: http://www.uregina.ca/futurestudents/apply-now/index.html.
Method 2: Paper Based Application.
Select the First Nations University of Canada as your registration choice under FACULTY AND PROGRAM DETAILS (question 7) and select your faculty of choice. If you are unsure of a major and/or faculty, leave it blank.
You must submit a non-refundable $100 Canadian application fee. Cheques or money orders may be mailed along with the application or Visa or MasterCard payment may be made on the application form. Those applying online must use Visa or MasterCard. Applications can be found at: http://www.uregina.ca/futurestudents/apply-now/index.html
Students applying from high school must supply one original copy of their high school transcript. Students attending a Saskatchewan high school are encouraged to have their transcript transmitted electronically by the Ministry of Education.
Students who have completed any post-secondary education (other than post-secondary courses completed at the University of Regina) must arrange for two official transcripts to be sent directly to U of R Admissions from their previous post-secondary institute.
International students are admitted by the department of International
For Re-Admission into the university after an absence of more than one year please submit a Re-Admission/Faculty Transfer form. Please note that if you were required to discontinue you must also submit a petition letter with your Re-Admission/Faculty Transfer form. The Re-Admission/Faculty Transfer form is also used if a student wishes to transfer from one faculty to another.
Application forms and Re-Admission/Faculty Transfer forms (both online and paper based versions) can be found at http://www.uregina.ca/futurestudents/. Please visit the “Deadlines” tab for information on important dates.
Students are eligible to register if they:
- have been admitted to the First Nations University of Canada or the University of Regina
- have registered at least once in the last three semesters
- have not been required to discontinue from the First Nations University of Canada or the University of Regina or a faculty
- don’t owe money to the First Nations University of Canada or the University of Regina
- Students who have not attended in the past three semesters and students who were required to discontinue must apply for re-admission. Apply On-line for Re-admission and for Faculty/College Transfer
Students who were required to discontinue must submit a letter of petition to their chosen faculty.
In most faculties and colleges, academic advising is mandatory for some groups of students before they are eligible to register.
For inquiries or to book an appointment, please call:
Toll Free: 1-800-267-6303
- Regina 306-790-5950 ext. 3001
- Saskatoon 306- 931-1800 ext. 5000
- Prince Albert 306-765-3333 ext. 7000
Meet new people. Explore campus life. Prepare for success!
The 101 Aboriginal Student Orientation is a comprehensive two-day orientation to campus life at the First Nations University of Canada, University of Regina, and federated colleges. New students are invited to participate in The 101 Aboriginal Student Orientation, which is free of charge and provides a great introduction to the campus life.
For the full campus experience, students have the opportunity to stay in residence while attending the 101. We especially encourage students from communities outside of Regina to stay in residence and to arrive the day before Orientation. There will be fun evening activities for those who stay overnight in dorms. All meals will be provided free of charge.
To find out more, and to register your attendance, please visit: http://conta.cc/1b1LyRG
If you are curious about any of FNUniv’s three campuses, we would be happy to arrange a tour for you to get a feel for the campus amenities and atmosphere.
- First Nations University students have a number of options for financial aid.
- If you are of Treaty Status and are registered with a First Nation Band, you can contact your band’s post-secondary counsellor for funding procedures.
- If you are of Métis ancestry, you can contact your Métis local for further information.
- You can apply to Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program.
- For more information about loans, pick up a Student Loan Application kit contact:
Student Service Centre
1120 – 2010 12th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0M3
Registration dates are dependent on your time ticket. Your time ticket information is available by logging into your UR Self-Serve account. Time tickets are based on the number of completed credit hours you have earned. For more information please visit: Time Tickets and Registration