Academic Support and Resources
We are committed to your academic success! We offer a variety of support services to help you to reach your academic potential and to meet and exceed your goals.
You Don’t Have to Do It Alone
You have goals and we have the resources you need to meet them. There are a variety of academic resources available to you to help navigate the college experience. Explore the areas below and get to know the services that are right at your fingertips.
Dig in to more than 190,000 e-books and 90,000 print books, access licensed databases in virtually every academic subject, find computers and a variety of group and private study spaces in Regina Library.
Choose classes, access the Academic Catalog, register for courses, view academic calendars and get the support you need to craft your academic schedule. The Registrar maintains all of your academic records.
Academic and Career Advising
Our two-tiered Academic and Career Advising system helps you choose a major or plan a course of study. Your academic advisor helps plan a schedule each semester and your faculty advisor works with you to select specific major studies.
Academic Support Center
You’ll find the Academic Support Center fully staffed by writing professionals and student tutors. Here you can find student-centered assistance and academic support with writing support and tutoring in all disciplines across our curriculum.
Career Development Center
Where will you go from here? The Career Development Center offers workshops and extensive online resources to help you explore your interests and align them with a major that gets you ultimately on a career path.
The Office of Disability Services provides support by qualified individuals to assist anyone with disabilities an equal educational opportunity to achieve academic success.
The Office of Information Technology provides you with the technology tools and support you need to achieve the highest quality education available.
Institutional Review Board
The Rivier University Institutional Review Board (IRB) works to create a campus culture of respect for and awareness of the rights and welfare of human research subjects, while at the same time advancing knowledge and facilitating high-quality research.
The goal of Student Success is to connect you with the academic resources that will help you reach your educational, life, and career goals.