Clubs and Organizations

Regis College students have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of organizations and clubs. An activities fair is hosted at the start of each academic year to recruit new members.

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AAA (Asian-American Association)

AAA members study, share, and learn new customs related to Asian culture through on-campus programs and off-campus events.

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Black Student Organization

The purpose of the Black Student Organization is to foster student development by celebrating the rich history of all African Americans. BSO is also an advocate for bringing awareness to issues within the Black community in the spirit of unity. 

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Campus Ministry

This organization provides opportunities for people of all faiths to grow spiritually. Together, student leaders and campus ministers plan and participate in liturgies, retreats, community service, faith sharing, social events, sacramental preparation, and more.

Cape Verdean Student Association

CVSA is predominantly comprised of students of Cape Verdean descent. Members promote awareness for their cultural roots on campus and hold events throughout the year such as Maintenance Appreciation Day.

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Dance Company

Company members practice various forms of dance in preparation for comprehensive recitals performed for the entire campus at the end of the semester.

Dynasty Step Squad

Stepping is as much a cultural celebration as it is a form of rhythmic entertainment! This co-ed step squad is in its third year of injecting this modern form into Regis College's multicultural and performance events.

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Education Club

The Education Club provides support for students in the Education Department, creates a sense of community within the Education Program, and uses the knowledge and talents of the members to reach out to the Regis College community as a whole. Throughout the year the club provides opportunities which supplement what students are learning in the class and experiencing in the field, and also hosts events focused on recognizing the efforts and accomplishments of students in the Education Program.

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Glee Club

The Glee Club has shared its beautiful music with audiences locally as well as internationally. Members practice regularly each week and deliver moving performances throughout the semester. Auditions take place during summer orientation and again in the fall.

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Hemetera (literary magazine)

Produced annually since 1946, Hemetera is a literary publication that features the written word and visual arts of Regis students, faculty, and staff. The project is coordinated and published by members who work collaboratively with an advisor.

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LASO

This club brings together students of Latin descent, celebrating their heritage and promoting awareness of their cultural traditions. LASO members hold various celebrations and perform traditional dances at events.

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Management Association

Students who major or minor in management and leadership and want to become a crucial part of the business world are encouraged to join this organization. Through workshops, guest speakers, and on- and off-campus events, students become better prepared to enter the business world.

Model United Nations

Under the guidance of a faculty advisor, the Model UN explores issues of international politics and social concerns. Members participate in area events and bring a heightened awareness to other Regis students.

Mount Regis (yearbook)

Are photos your thing? Do you like to do behind-the-scenes work? If so, the yearbook provides a great creative outlet for those who would like to help document memories of our time here at Regis.

Multicultural Leadership Council (MLC)

The MLC is designed to provide an array of programming and service opportunities to the multicultural community on campus. Programs and events include scholarship luncheons, career panels, service trips and the annual MLC Fashion Show.

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Orientation Leaders

OLs work together to prepare incoming students for college. These energetic and dedicated students receive on-campus training over the summer to help them make the most of their experience—and to better acclimate incoming first-year students.

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STAND (Students Taking Action Now for Darfur)

Members of this group work to raise funds for and awareness of genocide victims in Darfur and other countries. STAND also brings global speakers on campus to highlight tragedies occurring elsewhere in the world.

Student Government Association

SGA, the elected governing body that serves as an umbrella for all recognized clubs and organizations on campus, consists of six representatives from each class and four executive officers. Its main responsibilities are to allocate funds to student groups, handle student issues, and make formal recommendations. SGA also acts as a liaison between students and administration in an effort to improve student life on campus.

SUSS (Students Uniting for Social Services)

For those majors and minors in social work who are looking for camaraderie, this group is for you. There are regular meetings as well as different programs in which you can participate throughout the year.

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Tower Activities Board

The primary social programming group on campus, TAB works to bring performers, musicians, speakers, and other entertaining and educational programs to campus. Members select and produce their own events, including special programs such as Freaking Weekend and Spring Weekend.

Tower Society

This organization consists of students representing all classes, clubs, and interests on campus to assist in the recruitment process. Members are selected through an interview process and participate in admission events such as open houses and overnights. They also give campus tours, attend out-of-state alumnae/i gatherings, and contact prospective students. Please contact the Admission Office for more information.

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WRGS

This is a club for people who love music — both listening to it and sharing it with other people. Most members are disc jockeys, but that is not required for membership.

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Laura Bertonazzi

Assistant Dean of Students/Chief Judicial Officer
Student Union 126
781-768-7455

Paul Murphy

Director of Student Programming and Leadership
Student Union 122
781-768-7049

We all truly enjoy working in Student Affairs, and truly believe that student involvement plays a key role in making everyone's time here at Regis more productive and exciting!

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