URegina, Southeast partner to increase access for students in southeast SK

June 2, 2017

Southeast College and the University of Regina will be offering courses together, making postsecondary education more accessible to students in southeast Saskatchewan, reports Estevan Mercury. “First year face-to-face University of Regina classes will be offered for the 2017-18 academic year in Weyburn or Estevan,” said Southeast Vice-President of Education Louise Legare. “Students will also be able to access the face-to-face classes from other campus locations or from a personal home computer. We are proud to collaborate with the University of Regina in this capacity.” Students will reportedly be able complete a liberal arts certificate, or take courses which can be put towards a bachelor degree or diploma in select areas. Estevan Mercury