RESS Office and Lounge: +1 (306) 545-7377
Faculty of Engineering: +1 (306) 585-4734
The Regina Engineering Students’ Society, Inc.
c/o Faculty of Engineering
University of Regina
3737 Wascana Parkway
Regina, SK S4S 0A2
All Executive Council Members – firstname.lastname@example.org
All Directors – email@example.com
About The RESS
The RESS is the official students’ society for the University of Regina Faculty of Engineering. We collect student fees from all undergraduate engineering students and use them to run events and tutorials, keep up the lounge, and send people to conferences.
We are here for the students. If you are a UofR Engineering Student and don’t feel like we’re doing a good job write us a letter, come to a meeting, or send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org). (But please keep in mind that we are a volunteer-run organization, so you may be asked to find volunteers to implement your proposal(s).)
RESS membership costs $20/semester for University of Regina engineering students. For students who are registered in three (3) or more classes in a semester, this fee is collected by the University as the “Engineer Student’s Society Fee”. Students taking fewer than 3 classes (including those on co-op work terms) can still become members by paying the $20 membership fee.
What does my membership fee pay for?
Career opportunities and networking
The RESS works with the APEGS, RES, and the Faculty of Engineering to organize and sponsor professional “mixer” events, where engineering students can meet and chat with professional engineers from industry.
Charity fundraising events
The RESS orchestrates the annual Pie-In-The-Eye fundraiser as well as Milkfest ft. Cookies, among other things.
As people are competing for jobs, volunteering is becoming more and more important. We would love to have you send an email letting us know you’d like to help out. You don’t even have to have a specific task/event in mind (but if you do, that’s great).
Intramural sports teams
The RESS pays all or part of the registration fees for on-campus intramural sports teams that consist of at least 75% RESS members.
We routinely send a large delegation to the Western Engineering Competition.
The RESS lounge (ED 127) features a study space, computers, a microwave, a fridge, a toaster oven, a big screen TV, a DVD player, surround sound, couches, movies, engineering memorabilia, and, of course, engineering students.
Supplemental Tutorial Program
The Supplemental Tutorial Program is a service provided by RESS members in order to provide additional guided study time to other members who need it.
The program is co-ordinated by the Vice President Academic (email@example.com).
Tutorial Request Form (used to request a tutorial)
Tutorial Request Form (.pdf)
Tutorial Payment Request Form (used to get paid for running a tutorial)
Tutorial Payment Request Form (.pdf)