- The Mission of Regis College
- Core Curriculum
- Our Location
- Committed to Service
- School of Liberal Arts, Education and Social Sciences
- School of Nursing, Science and Health Professions
- Academic Credit
- Just the Facts
- Faculty By Department
- President's Message
- President’s Lecture Series on Health
- Public Relations
- Student Creative Work
- Institutional Review Board
Always Looking Forward
Regis College is a forward-looking institution of higher education.
We serve undergraduate and graduate/professional students seamlessly.
Originally an undergraduate college, Regis has developed widely recognized graduate and professional programs, including a doctorate in nursing practice and education. Our undergraduates can pursue their graduate studies here, taking advantage of accelerated programs and smooth transitions.
We’re career-focused, yet we educate the whole person.
Regis offers majors and graduate/professional programs to prepare students for such in-demand fields as nursing, health, public service, education, business and communication. Our curriculum also provides a firm foundation in the liberal arts, sciences, and social sciences that expand our students’ skills and perspectives.
We’re Catholic and open to all.
Founded in 1927 by the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston (CSJ), Regis welcomes students of many faiths and provides everyone with opportunities for spiritual development and community service that are hallmarks of the CSJ tradition.
We’re a genuine community of men and women.
Regis was a women’s college until our successful transition to coeducation beginning in 2007. Now we enroll 2,069 men and women, both undergraduate and postgraduate. Our size fosters a strong feeling of community and a personalized approach to the success of each student. In our active community, there’s a lively mix of clubs and activities, together with a roster of NCAA Division III athletics.