Welcome to Regina

City Connect

Regina was founded in 1882. After Saskatchewan became a province on September 1, 1905, Regina was officially decreed the provincial capital on May 23, 1906.

There are approximately 210,556 people living in Regina according to the 2011 Census, with the self-declared aboriginal population at approximately 14,189. Regina is home to many Crown Corporations including SaskEnergy, and Saskatchewan Government Insurance. It's beautiful Legislative building  one of North America’s largest urban parks, sits on Wascana Park.

There are many well known events and festivals in Regina some of which include:

The MacKenzie Art Gallery, Saskatchewan Science Centre, Royal Saskatchewan Museum/Kramer IMAX Theatre, KONA-FEST, Regina’s Winter Festival, SaskPower, Regina Dragon Boat Festival, First Nations University of Canada Annual Pow-wow, Regina Jazz Festival, Regina Folk Festival, Sakewewak Artists Storytelling Festival

Campus Life

Regina has approximately two hundred students and a total of twenty-four staff between two campus locations, Regina Campus and Construction Careers Campus. Many of the students are from diverse backgrounds that include Metis, Lakota, Dakota, Nakoda, Saulteaux and Cree.

Staff of both campus sites are dedicated to supporting their students academically and in all aspects related to their studies.

Regina Services include:

  • Elder Services
  • Cultural events & various celebrations
  • Life coach (personal, career & academic pathing)
  • Employment Advisor
  • Student services
  • Computers
  • Student lounge
  • Fundraising initiatives
  • Student Leadership Council
  • Employer recruitment presentations
  • Other mini workshops as requested by students

Contact Information:

Regina Campus

Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies

265 Albert Street

Regina, SK S4R 2N5

Ph: 306-546-2945

Fax: 306-546-2944

Email: ReginaCampus@siit.ca