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Regis Dining Service is an integral part of student life on campus. Aramark manages multiple food services locations at Regis. An all-you-care-to-eat dining facility serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily in the Dining Hall. The Bistro at College Hall provides access to quick and healthy food options for students who are on the go or taking evening classes. The Lower Student Center Café is a made-to-order retail concept featuring fresh salads, sandwiches, and grilled items as well as smoothies, grab-and-go snacks, and bottled beverages. Dunkin' Donuts located in the library offers coffee and other Dunkin' beverages, as well as bagels, donuts, and muffins.
For more information, visit: http://regis.campusdish.com
Laundry facilities are conveniently located in each residence hall and are coin operated. Cold wash cycles are free; warm and hot wash cycles are $.50 per load. Free dry cycles. If you are experiencing any technical problems with the laundry machines, please notify a Residence Life and Housing staff member for assistance.
Residence Life has partnered with Piece by Piece Movers for student summer storage. Piece by Piece will pick up student items, store them, and deliver items to a student's fall placement. For more information on pricing and to sign up, please visit https://www.storageregis.com/
- All students, resident and commuter, who own or use a motor vehicle on campus must go to Campus Police to obtain a valid parking decal that must be displayed on the vehicle.
- When picking up your sticker, it will be necessary for each student to have in his or her possession a hard-copy of their online registration, a valid driver's license, registration certificate, and license plate number. The current fee for registration will be posted in the Campus Police Office (and they will let you know where you can park).
- Unregistered vehicles may not use the College's parking facilities and will be towed at the owner or user's expense.
- There is a 24-hour escort service provided by the Campus Police Office for the College community. Please call 781-768-7111 for a campus escort.
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors
Residential and commuter students are eligible for parking permits and may apply for these permits at Campus Police. Parking permits are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Students may register one car, and must do so within 24 hours of bringing the car to campus. Students may only park in the designated parking areas.
First Year Students
Resident students in their first year are not permitted to have cars on campus. Residential students with questions about parking may contact Campus Police.
Commuter students in the first year class are eligible for parking permits on a first-come, first-serve basis. Parking permits are available at the Campus Police office Students may register one car, and must do so within 24 hours of bringing the car to campus. Students may only park in the designated parking areas.
Shuttle schedules are posted in the Student Center lobby and are available in the Campus Police office. Shuttle service is provided to and from the Riverside MBTA station as well as the Natick Mall. Questions or concerns about the Shuttle Service can be directed to Campus Police.
Each dorm room is provided with an individual telephone number and voicemail. Local area telephone service is provided to all residential students. Please bring your own telephone. Four-digit extensions can be used for on campus dialing. To reach an off campus number dial "9" first followed by the phone number. To call long distance, we encourage our students to purchase calling cards if their cell phones do not have service in the building.
For more information, please email the Regis ITS Helpdesk or call 781-768-7177.
Regis maintains an automated emergency messaging system. With this system, in the event of a weather, health, or safety event, university administrators and safety personnel will be able to send information and instructions to students – by email, phone, and text message – automatically. Students should provide and update their contact information by logging in to RegisAccess at regisaccess.regiscollege.edu (using their current username and password). Official notification will also be available on the Emergency Announcement Line at 781-768-8000 (x8000 on campus) and by checking the following local television stations: Channel 4 (CBS), Channel 5 (ABC), Channel 7 (NBC), and Channel 13 (Fox).