About the Business Students' Society
The Hill Business Students' Society (BSS) represents the students of the Paul J. Hill School of Business at the University of Regina. Our BSS Executive and Council of over fifty student volunteers organize and facilitate value-adding events and activities for over 1,600 students.
We believe in practising ethical business values while being leaders and role models in our faculty and community.
We provide opportunities for students to practice their networking skills, interact with business community members and teach students to find a balance between work and play in their everyday lives.
We aim to enrich the student experience through providing opportunities for students to put classroom knowledge into practice, interact with the business community, and develop skill sets through networking events, academic competitions, social settings, and community involvement.
Latest from the Blog
SkipTheDishes Charity Partnerships
We are happy to announce this year, the BSS and Hill JDC West team will be partnering with SkipTheDishes to work towards their charity goals. SkipTheDishes is Canada's largest food delivery network. Gone are the days of ruffling through paper menus and eating the same Pizza and Chinese food – now you can order directly online. SkipTheDishes partners with restaurants that ... Continue Reading
For some, networking and interacting with individuals from the business community can be stressful, overwhelming and terrifying. In reality, networking does not have to be a frightening or traumatic experience. The Hill BSS has five quick networking tips that will help you radiate confidence and breeze through your next networking encounter.
Company representatives wi... Continue Reading
Business Formal - What to wear?
Business Formal is (hopefully obviously) formal attire, about a “step down” from black tie (aka no tuxedos or ball gowns).
You should wear tailored suits with white shirts, cuff links, and silk ties, with optional pocket squares. Traditionally these suits are dark, meaning black or very dark navy, however a grey suit is generally accepted nowadays. Th... Continue Reading