Frequently Asked Questions
1. I didn’t receive a confirmation email. How do I know I’m registered?
2. I prefer not to pay online. How else can I pay?
3. I paid with PayPal, but forgot to select parking. Can I still get parking?
4. I’ve paid for parking, now where do I go?
5. I love snacks, and I see you provide one. What do you provide?
6. How does the Toolkit Workshop Series create an environmentally sustainable space?
7. Have you considered using an online evaluation form at the end of workshops, rather than a paper form?
A: We don’t send out confirmation e-mails. The online form should have indicated that it had been submitted upon completion. If we receive your payment without a registration, we will contact you. If you have concerns about the online form, please contact Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: We also take cash and cheque payment. Note: We do not take foapals. You may bring either form of payment to the RPIRG Office (University of Regina, Riddell Centre room 222), mail us your cheque (please do not send cash in the mail), or bring payment directly to the workshop. If you pay with cash, please have exact change. Cheques are to be made payable to the ‘Regina Public Interest Research Group’.
A: Yes. Please contact Emily at email@example.com and let us know what you need. You will be able to pay the $5.00 parking fee at the workshop by cash (exact change if possible) or cheque (made payable to the ‘Regina Public Interest Research Group’).
A: Your parking is located in the Lot M next to the First Nations University. A map can be found HERE.
A: We provide granola bars and juice boxes as well as complimentary tea and coffee. If you think you will require more for your mid-morning snack, we encourage you to bring something to supplement what we offer so long as it is free of any nuts. If these conflict with a dietary restriction indicated on your form, we will do our best to accommodate you. If we are unable to accommodate your needs for any reason, you will be notified prior to the workshop.
A: We try our best to be eco-friendly within the confines of the space and resources provided. We encourage participants to bring their own mug and/or waterbottle to help us reduce waste, and we recycle where possible. We also encourage public transportation, the information for which can be found in your logistics e-mail sent at least 24hrs before the workshop begins. We are conscious of our downfalls regarding sustainability, and acknowledge that we can always do better.
A: We have an almost 100% response rate with paper surveys, and research shows that online evaluation response rates are approximately 33%. For this reason, we have chosen to continue with paper evaluations.