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Come & See
Grow in community
Your Home Away From Home
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live, learn and create, surrounded by great friends and a supportive community? That’s just one of the numerous benefits of choosing Eston College.
We foster a space for you to grow stronger in your relationship with Christ within a community of like-minded believers, where you will live, study, worship, pray, minister, and grow together, fostering a long-lasting, spiritual family that builds you up in your faith helps you establish deep and lasting roots.
Our students have to option to live in comfortable dorms, complete with lounges, washrooms, a shared kitchen and private gym. For 2023-2024, our dorms are shared with the Student Village at Luther College.
Our main campus is located within Regina Apostolic Church. It features spacious classrooms, a cozy library, a cafeteria with home cooked meals, a chapel, our WAT Cafe, a gymnasium, and a large student lounge.
Where is Eston College?
Experience the Queen City
Eston College (named after the rural community it was based in for almost 80 years) shares facilities with the Regina Apostolic Church (RAC). It is located at 808 Assiniboine Ave in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Nicknamed the “Queen City,” Regina is the capital city of the vast and fertile prairie province of Saskatchewan. It has a population of around 250,000 people. Regina conveniently sits at a crossroad between several major highways. Most notably, Highway No. 1, also known as the Trans-Canada, heads to Winnipeg to the east and Calgary to the west. Highway No. 11 will take you north to Saskatoon. Taking Highway No. 6 south will lead you straight to the USA border crossing at Regway.
Regina also features Regina International Airport (YQR) which services most airlines from Canada and USA on a daily basis. Students arriving by air can contact the college office to organize pick up and drop off for a small fee.
Eston College graduates go on to a variety of career, education, and ministry after their time with us. The city provides many service activities and learning opportunities. For instance, a student studying the epistle of Titus could connect with a local pastor who is taking his or her congregation through a series on the same topic. The student could assist or contribute in many different settings. Another student may be studying biblical justice and become involved in food banks, drop in shelters, or poverty relief programs. Another student may be studying intercultural communication and join a Canadian newcomers group. The variety and options are endless!
Proximity to other educational institutions will also benefit you. Our students will have access to University of Regina fitness centers, libraries on-site and around the city, and social organizations throughout the community.