All students are assigned a faculty advisor. Faculty Advisors offer academic advising, make referrals to Regis support services, provide general guidance and serves as an academic support system as students work to meet educational goals.
The mission of the Office of Academic Affairs at Regis is to provide an engaging, inclusive and effective educational environment that promotes excellence in teaching and learning, service and scholarship.
The Center for Global Connections is the Regis student's one-stop resource for service-learning opportunities that help to expand their cultural perspective on a global scale.
Regis is committed to ensuring that each individual is known and accepted for who they are.
With access to internships at some of the world's most cutting-edge and innovative companies, we worksto ensure that your university career provides you with the best first-hand experience to discover your purpose.
With dozens of student clubs and organizations, there really is no better way to stay active, meet new people, and try new things.
The Regis Children’s Center enrolls children 15 months through kindergarten.
Regis Community Health Services offers basic primary, episodic, and urgent confidential health care services to all Regis students, faculty, and staff.
Aramark manages multiple food services locations at Regis.
Regis has professional event planning specialists who will assist you with all of your event details.
You do not have to put your life on hold to pursue your graduate degree.
The Office of Human Resources serves the institution in all aspects of employment, benefits administration, and employee relations.
The Learning Commons offers students’ academic coaching, research support, collaboration opportunities and tutoring. Students are free to come to campus for in-person support or take advantage of Smarthinking, the 24/7 online tutoring services.
The library offers reference and research help on a walk-in or appointment basis for all Regis students. The library offers access to numerous online research databases, and library staff are readily available to assist students in their academic endeavors.
LLARC is a community of adult students involved in daytime courses and lectures designed and taught by their peers, people who strive to continue learning.
Learn more about Antoinette M. Hays, PhD, RN, the tenth president of Regis College.
The Registrar’s Office is responsible for organizing, managing and maintaining vital information pertinent to your academic success.
The Office of Residence Life is committed to fostering the development of all residential students as they engage as members of the Regis community.
The Bursar and the Office of Student Accounts are responsible for student and non-student billing, and cash receipt collection.
Regis College offers students dozens of undergraduate programs ranging from liberal arts and sciences to business, communication, nursing and the health professions.
The Regis College Police Department is operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Whether you are an artist, dancer, actor, or patron, the Regis Fine Arts Center has diverse opportunities for you.