Cypress Hills Regional College
Number of Students
Upwards of 4,500.
Cypress Hills Regional College offers for-credit university courses and programs and vocational/skills training including over 24 Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST) skills training courses and programs. Also available is a select number of lower and upper division courses from the University of Regina and the University of Saskatchewan’s Master of Continuing Education and the Post-Degree Certificate in Education in Special Education. Through the Adult Basic Education division’s courses and programs, students may earn a high school diploma or earn the proper credentials required for post-secondary studies. The College also has services for businesses and industry including customized courses, programs, and training. Such services include the JobStart/Future Skills Program that provides funding to employers willing to train employees for new or incremental positions; training is to be full-time, although part-time will be considered on a case by case basis. Furthermore, the College provides 4 non-credit skills training options in Better Business Skills, Interpersonal Communications, Introduction to Machine Shop, and Welding Basics - ARC and MIG. Personal enrichment opportunities are available in Business, Computer, Health and Safety, Home and Hobby, and Writing and Languages.
Dedicated to small classes to ensure individual attention to learners, the Cypress Hills Regional College aim is to provide the appropriate educational and training opportunities that will satisfy the needs of the individual, business, community, and economy.