Mar. 13 Update From President Hays

The Weston campus will be closed to outside groups effective immediately. Campus facilities including the library, gym and dining hall are limited to Regis students, faculty and staff. Read more.

Mar. 12 Update From President Hays

As of Thursday, March 12, Regis athletic programs and university-related domestic travel are suspended until further notice to mitigate the risk of COVID-19. Read more.

Mar. 10 Update From President Hays

The governor of Massachusetts has declared a state of emergency prompting Regis to update its response to the threat of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Our top priority is the health and safety of the students, faculty and staff at Regis.

Mar. 7 Update From Academic Affairs

Faculty, staff and administrators have spent the past few weeks closely monitoring the global spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Read more.

Mar. 4 COVID-19 Update From Dianna Jones, Health Services

The situation around the COVID-19 (coronavirus) remains highly fluid and the university administration has worked diligently throughout spring break to protect the safety and well-being of the Regis community around the world.

Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

Public health professor Richard Pulice shares his expert advice on the coronavirus, including travel outside the United States and if you need to take precautions.

Game Changer

High school teacher and former Regis College student-athlete Kathleen Thompson ’91 made the ultimate team sacrifice when she donated a kidney to her Regis basketball coach—fellow educator and friend Donna Tanner, EdD.

Now We Fly

Regis surpassed its Now We Fly Campaign goal of $40 million during the Let It Shine Gala in October.

Vetting a Passion

A lifelong love of science and animals led Alexis Nicole Zallas '13 to her dream job as a veterinarian in the emergency department at BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital in Waltham, Massachusetts.