President Hays proudly joined other university presidents to express concern over current immigration policies that may prevent international students from studying and performing research in Massachusetts.
Metrowest Daily News: Larissa Ribas of Framingham had the trip of a lifetime. She also learned that hunger is a global problem.
Undergraduate students from Japan were immersed in a week-long study abroad program to learn about the U.S. medical imaging market.
The MetroWest Daily News: After her school near Port-au-Prince collapsed in the devastating 2010 earthquake, Gabby Telemaque moved to the United States seeking a high school education.
I am deeply concerned about the decision to end Temporary Protected Status for some 59,000 Haitians who have been in the U.S. since the 2010 earthquake.
The Victor and William Fung Foundation has donated $5 million to establish the Fung Scholars Program at Regis.
Regis, a leading Catholic university in Greater Boston, will kick off the 2017 academic year on Sunday with 275 first-year students arriving on campus.
Regis has strengthened its commitment to global citizenship by partnering with the Millennium Campus Network, a non-profit that prepares students to become leaders.
I have watched with profound sadness and concern as the impact of President Trump's executive order on immigration becomes shockingly clear. I call on the President to rescind this order immediately.
A blog post by Alexis Lawton, director of development and communications for the Regis Haiti Project.