First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv) is Canada’s only national Indigenous owned post-secondary institution with campuses in Regina, Saskatoon, and Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. The Regina campus is located on the Star Blanket Cree Nation, urban reserve land on the campus of the University of Regina.
First Nations University of Canada offers 15 academic programs through our federated agreement with the University of Regina. Programs in Indigenous Business & Public Administration, Indigenous Communication & Arts, Indigenous Knowledge & Science, Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Health, Indigenous Languages, Indigenous Social Work and Indigenous Education, at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
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First Nations University of Canada applicants must ensure they meet all Admission Requirements and provide the supporting documents requested by the University of Regina.
If you are in high school and interested in continuing your education at First Nations University of Canada, please review the High School Admission Requirements
For any Student Recruiter information contact Sam Waditaka, firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about Admissions Requirements.
First Nations University of Canada adheres to all University of Regina General Application Deadline Dates, with exception to the Indigenous Education Program Admissions.
Go to Admissions Login (uregina.ca) to see the status of you application or to apply online.
Indigenous Education Programs:
All prospective applicants who wish to enroll in the Indigenous Education programs must submit an application that will be forwarded to the Indigenous Education Admission’s Committee.
Students applying from high school must supply one (1) 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 (2) official transcripts to be sent directly to U of R Admissions from their previous post-secondary institute.
For Re-Admission into the university after an absence of more than one (1) year, please submit a 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.
For more information, or to apply online, visit the University of Regina Re-admission and Faculty Transfer page.
Please visit Deadlines for information on important dates.
Students are eligible to register if they:
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.