Protecting the health and safety of our student-athletes, coaches and staff has prompted us to make the difficult decision to cancel outside competition this fall. We simply do not believe intercollegiate athletic competition can be done safely.
The recent worldwide demonstrations against injustices toward people of color show that nothing short of real, purposeful action to stop racism and inequality is acceptable. And that includes here at Regis. Black Lives Matter.
Important updates regarding Regis' plan for the fall 2020 semester, including moving toward a two, eight-week term format and an earlier start date for undergraduate students and select graduate programs.
Meet Vice President of Academic Affairs Mary Erina Driscoll. Read about why she believes it’s important to be a consensus builder who can bring together diverse perspectives and lead through collaboration.
Suffolk University and the University of Massachusetts School of Law will join Western New England University School of Law to offer Regis students an opportunity to complete both their undergraduate and legal degree in six years as opposed to the trad
Regis College is pleased to offer a new fast track degree program that allows undergraduate students to earn their bachelor’s degree in just three years, preparing them to enter the workforce or graduate school early.
When Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker called on local college public health students to assist the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) in tracing COVID-19 cases to help contain the virus spread, 40 Regis College students were among thos