Honors Program

The Regis College Honors Program provides qualified students with intellectually and personally stimulating experiences, including:

  1. Academically rigorous courses
  2. Training in community leadership and service
  3. Personal enrichment opportunities

Honors students explore complex issues of civic responsibility and global citizenship, and develop skills in contributing to the betterment of society - a central goal of Regis’ mission.

Honors Curriculum

Honors students complete six courses for Honors credit, including:

  • Honors sections of regularly offered courses
  • Special topics courses specifically designed for Honors students
  • A Required Honors Seminar, normally taken in the junior or senior year
  • Up to two designated graduate courses, with prior approval from the graduate program director

Students in the Honors Program are encouraged to pursue their academic interests through special research projects and/or the writing of an Honors thesis.

Leadership & Service

Today’s Honors students prepare to become tomorrow’s community leaders through:

  • Supervised placements as peer tutors and mentors
  • Design and implementation of individual and group service projects
  • Training in community service and project management related to the students field of study

Personal Development & Enrichment

Honors students are well rounded leaders, expected to:

  • Get involved in leadership programs on and off campus
  • Attend planned events, such as plays, lectures, conferences, and museum visits
  • Develop close mentoring relationships with faculty who teach in the program

Eligibility for Honors Program

All students are encouraged to join the Honors Program if they have:

  • Been accepted as first-year students with a minimum GPA of 3.5
  • Maintained a GPA of 3.5 or higher during their first year at Regis

To apply after completion of the first year, please send to the Honors Program Director:

  • A letter of application
  • A Regis transcript
  • A letter of recommendation from a Regis faculty member

Once admitted to the Honors Program, a student must maintain a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.30.


Regis College
Honors Program Director
235 Wellesley Street
Box 936
Weston, MA 02493

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