Tuition & fees
Tuition costs for the SCBScN and After Degree program are similar to other University of Regina degree programs. To view estimated undergraduate tuition and fees, visit the University of Regina’s Costs & Fees page.
As well, following items are required for the SCBScN program, which will cost approximately $1,500:
- Specialized textbooks
You will need to buy the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) which you will use throughout your program. To view your booklist for the upcoming semester, visit UR Self-Service.
- Standard uniform with Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (SCBScN) logo
An approved program uniform will be required for some clinical experiences. For other experiences students will be required to dress in business casual attire. We recommend that you purchase two uniforms.
- Electronic Mobile Devices (EMDs)
The EMDs’ software must have at least 44 MB of available space along with other Electronic Mobile Device Requirements (70 KB – PDF). You can purchase your EMD at a vendor of your choice.
- Travel to Clinical Practice Education
You are responsible for arranging your own travel and parking costs during your studies at the campus and clinical experience outside your campus location. Housing may also be required for some placements. Student parking on campus for Regina students is available for purchase through Parking Services at the University of Regina. Student parking on campus for Saskatoon students is available for purchase through the Saskatchewan Polytechnic bookstores.
- Additional supplies
Protective eyewear, stethoscope with bell and diaphragm head, watch with a second hand or digital readout in seconds (an EMD is not substitute for this requirement). These supplies can be purchased at the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Bookstore or the U of R Bookstore.
Additional Education and Documents
The following requirements have additional fees must be completed by August 1 before your first term of studies and dated the year of your acceptance:
- Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Search
- Basic Life Support (BLS) – CPR for Health Care Provider (HCP) Certificate
- Standard First Aid Certificate
- Immunization Record and Blood Test Results
- Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHIMS) Certification
- Respiratory FIT Testing
- Transferring, Lifting and Repositioning (TLR®) Certificate
Basic Life Support (BLS) – CPR for Health Care Provider (HCP) Certificate courses are available through University of Regina, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, St. John’s Ambulance and Canadian Red Cross.
Standard First Aid courses are available through the University of Regina, St. John’s Ambulance and the Canadian Red Cross.
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System Certification is available through the University of Regina.
Respiratory FIT Testing is available from Advanced First Aid & CPR Training, Levitt Safety, Haztech or Regina First Aid.
Transferring, Lifting and Repositioning (TLR®) courses are available through Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
Government Student Financial Assistance
Nursing students are eligible to apply for government student assistance from both the federal and provincial governments. When applying for government student financial assistance, you must indicate University of Regina as the school you attending.
- Saskatchewan students can apply for the Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated student loan program.
- Students from other provinces apply through their home province. Information is available at https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/education/student-aid/grants-loans/province-apply.html
Working While Attending School
You may wish to work part-time while attending the SCBScN program. However, the heavy workload of the program may make this challenging. In addition, some courses may require you to obtain your clinical practice experience in a location outside of Regina or Saskatoon or on a variety of days (including weekends) and times (including evenings), which could interfere with your work schedule. Students who need to work during their program are recommended to not apply for the August or December Exit options.