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Living and Learning
There’s no mistaking the strong, caring Regis community – just ask our students, faculty and staff. Better yet, visit us and see for yourself.
At Regis, you’ll find the right mix of challenge and support, with personalized attention to you as an individual. These qualities express the values of our founders, the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston. Our size – 2,000 students – and comfortable campus provide a setting where it’s easy for you to make friends and get to know your professors. To promote community, we guarantee four-year on-campus housing.
Our feeling of community extends from our classrooms to our residence halls, clubs and activities, campus ministry, athletics, and career planning. Explore all that makes our community special – and what that can mean for you – online and in person!
Apply for a Co-Curricular Mini-Grant!
Ever had a great idea, but limited resources to make it happen?
Interested in developing a project that engages students, faculty, and staff in learning outside the classroom?
The Co-Curricular Mini-Grants Program is here to help you!
- All Regis students, faculty or staff can apply
- Up to $30,000 in funding available
- Grant awards range from $250 - $2,500
- Application due by April 30 (for fall semester projects) or by October 31 (spring semester projects)
What is co-curricular learning?
Co-curricular learning is defined as learning that occurs outside the traditional classroom. For example -- involvement in student organizations and leadership positions; engagement with civic, community service, and service-learning opportunities; participation in athletics and recreation programs; attendance at lectures and workshops; participation in internships, alternative breaks, and study abroad; involvement in cultural and social enrichment events; and more.
Co-curricular learning also supports the College’s Educational Goals and Learning Outcomes.
For more information, contact Mark Harrington, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at 781-768-7455 or firstname.lastname@example.org.