Southeast Regional College
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Tuition: $4,400.00  Students: 3,000
8 - 4th Street
Weyburn, SK      S4H 0T12Z9
(306) 848-2525

Southeast Regional College

Southeast Regional College was founded in 1975 as a part of Saskatchewan’s new college system. Originally named South East Region Community College, the college changed to its present name in 1987 after following the proclamation of the Regional Colleges Act. The College believes that every person should be given the opportunity to learn; programs should be community-based; flexibility and innovation are valuable; professional and positive environments are important; and that people are to be respected. Its mission is to “provide access to learning experiences and information that enable people and communities to meet the realities of ... ... continued below

About Southeast Regional College

... today and create opportunities for tomorrow.” Today, the College serves more than 70,000 adults in an estimated 70 communities.

Campus: Facilities, Residence and Location

The College has five campuses: Estevan Campus (Spruce Drive Estevan, SK), Assiniboia Campus (Third Avenue West, Assiniboia, SK), Moosomin Campus (Carleton Street, Moosomin, SK), Weyburn Campus (King Street, Weyburn, SK), and Whitewood Campus (Fifth Avenue, Whitewood, SK). The Indian Head Basic Education, Moosomin Basic Education Centre, and the Administration Office are also located in the College. Students have free access to computer usage at the Estevan Campus, Whitewood Campus, and Moosomin Campus (Provincial Building). Assiniboia Campus has a 10-computer lab located in the campus, and students can access it for a fee. Additional facilities also include: curling rink, skating rink, movie theatre, library, and gym.

Student Services and Student Life

The College offers the following services: CAREER & STUDENT SERVICES, TESTING SERVICES (Interest Inventories, Woodcock-Johnson Psycho-Educational Battery- Revised, Canadian Tests of Basic Skills (CTBS) and Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT); Career Occupational Preference System); WORKSHOPS (Essay Writing, Study Skills, Exam Writing Skills, Time Management for Adults, Stress Management, Thought Patterns for a Successful Career, Resume Writing, Job Search, Interview Skills, Budgeting, and Color Spectrum); CAREER COUNSELLORS; LEARNER SUPPORT; ACCOMMODATIONS; PARKING (Estevan Campus); FOOD SERVICE (student lounges with vending and coffee machines, fridge, microwave, cafeteria); DAY CARE (Estevan Campus, Weyburn Campus, Whitewood, Moosomin Campuses, Assiniboia Campus); COUNSELLING (provide assessment, testing, workshops, and one-to-one sessions to assist individuals in identifying interests, skills, and aptitudes); EXAM INVIGILATION (offers exam writing locations for distance education students from learning institutes and corporations as needed); TUTORING (literacy and university tutors); COMPUTER USAGE; ACADEMIC ADVISING; FINANCIAL AID; CANADIAN AGRICULTURAL SKILLS; SERVICE (CASS) PROGRAM; STUDENT LOANS; AND PROVINCIAL TRAINING ALLOWANCE (PTA).

Academic Programs

Southeast Regional College offers the following programs: BASIC EDUCATION (General Education Development, Literacy, English as Another Language), UNIVERSITY (Distance Learning, Tutors), TECHNICAL (Full-time, Part-time), FUTURE SKILLS (Workbased Training for the Employed, Workbased Training for the Unemployed), ED2GO, ENERGY TRAINING INSTITUTE (Safety Training, Confined Space, Early Safety Training Program, Driver Training, Oil and Gas Product Accounting, Apprenticeship, Line Alert), BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY (Building Code Training for Canadians, Business and Entrepreneur Training, Computer Training, Agriculture, Educational Associate Training, Business Training Program, Home Inspection Training Program), PERSONAL INTEREST,and TRADEWINDS CALENDAR.

Off-Campus Living

Housing accommodations are also provided by the College. Whitewood Campus offers room and board arrangements, apartments and other accommodations. Moosomin Campus provides motels and hotels in Moosomin. Assiniboia Campus provides information within the area.

Weyburn Information

Weyburn is a city in southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada. Weyburn is located on the Souris River 110 kilometres southeast of the provincial capital of Regina. It is only a short 70 km north of the border with the United States.

Weyburn is the largest inland grain gathering point in Canada. Well over half a million tons of grain pass through the Weyburn terminals each and every year. Weyburn is also home to the world's only curling museum, the Turner Curling Museum. Weyburn is also home to the Souris Valley Mental Health Hospital (which was closed as a health care facility and sold in 2006). When opened in 1921, it was the largest building in Canada and was considered on the cutting edge of experimental treatments for people with mental disabilities. The facility had a reputation of leading the way in therapeutic programming.


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