Diversity and Inclusion
We believe in love and service to the “Dear Neighbor without Distinction.” We strive to instill a sense of belonging, and commitment to peaceful resolution of conflict within the Regis community and beyond.
We work with the Unity Committee to create campus wide programs and initiatives on social justice issues. For more information about the committee, click on the link below.
Diversity and Inclusion Survey
As a member of the Regis community, you are invited to complete this campus wide diversity and inclusion survey. The survey is an important initiative designed to help us better understand your experience on campus. We hope this is a gateway to learning what could and should be done to make campus even more welcoming and inclusive to all of our dear neighbors as we are called to do as part of our mission. Please check your email for details.
Womxns History Month "Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business"
The 2017 theme for National Women's History Month honors women who have successfully challenged the role of women in both business and the paid labor fource. Women always have worked, but often their work has been undervalued and unpaid. We will be sharing stories of women on our Instagram page all month.
Letter from the Director
December 1, 2016
To the Regis Community:
During this time of uncertainty, I continue to be inspired by the work and core values of the Sisters of St. Joseph. Our institution came out of a vision and commitment to social justice. These radical women have spent their lives working for “unity and reconciliation where there is brokenness, to help people become whole and holy, individually and together.” To me, there has never been a better time to reaffirm our identity and commitment to the work of the sisters.
Our community welcomes all – we strive to be inclusive and equitable every day. We need to show one another love, kindness and service. This election has made members of our community – particularly women, immigrants, people of color, Muslims, Jews, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ persons – feel hurt and isolated.
We must also engage in discussions around politics, faith, race and identity to address global needs of the world and to be educated citizens working to find creative solutions for the problems we face. As an institution of higher education, we have always been a place welcome to reflection, crucial thinking and debate. We need to engage in work of education to ensure the laws and policies enacted work towards justice and concern for our community, the country and the world.
I look forward to doing this together.
Sarah Gallenberg Maloney
Director of Diversity and Inclusion