- Campus Ministry
- Residential Life
- Student Affairs
- Student Programming and Leadership
- Vice President of Student Affairs
- Student Affairs Team
- International Student Services
- Fine Arts Center
- Life Long Learning
- Children's Center
- Healthcare Services
- Campus Police & Transportation
- Dining Hall
- Free Checking from Century Bank
Ground Transportation to Weston
You can find a taxi at Logan Airport—or anywhere in Boston—and request that you be driven directly to Regis College in Weston. Be prepared to spend about an hour in the taxi and pay at least US$120 for the ride. (Ask about the price before getting in the taxi.)
Note: It is customary in the United States to tip taxi drivers at least 10% of the total fare for the trip. The tip is never included in the amount of money the taxi driver charges you.
By Public Transportation (The “T”)
From the airport, take the Blue Line to the Green Line/Government Center, then take the Green Line to Riverside Station. The Regis College Shuttle ("Local Motion") will provide transportation to Regis College.
Arriving At Regis
Regis welcomes international students and conducts an orientation program at the start of each semester. International Student Orientation (ISO) combines fun activities with helpful workshops, English and math assessments, and presentations on academic support, technology services, and residence life. You'll also have a chance to meet our faculty and staff, connect with other Regis students, and make lots of new friends!
It is important for you to arrive as instructed on the day before ISO in order to fully participate in Orientation activities. Students who miss the first week of classes will not be permitted to move into the residence halls or enroll for classes.
Please return the Arrival Declaration Form indicating your estimated arrival time so we will know when to expect you.
Based on the arrival information that we receive from you, someone will assist you with the check in process. Remember, Orientation begins at 9am on Friday, August 30th! All International Students MUST also check in with the Office of International Student Services, located in Saint Joseph’s Hall, Room 213.
The College does not provide on-campus housing until the day before Orientation is scheduled to begin. If you arrive in the United States before the move-in date to sightsee, adjust to the time zone difference, or because of flight connections, you will be responsible for finding your own hotel accommodations. You are also responsible for arranging your own ground transportation to Regis.