Parking Notice: All vehicles must be parked in Lot A from 9 p.m. tonight, Jan. 22 to 7 a.m. tomorrow, Jan. 23.
During major weather events, please check this space for updates regarding the university’s operations including classes and athletics events.
University is open
Regis Children’s Center is open
LLARC is open
Weston campus classes are running as scheduled
Regis North (NECC/Lawrence) campus classes are running as scheduled
Regis Newton campus classes are running as scheduled
Regis North at NECC in Lawrence
In order to receive notifications from Northern Essex Community College about campus closings where Regis North is located in Lawrence, weather-related or otherwise, please see here. We also recommend that you sign up for NECC Alert to receive text alerts by clicking here.
Regis Newton | Regis Dental Center at the Mount Ida Campus of UMass Amherst in Newton
To receive notifications, weather-related or otherwise, from the Mount Ida Campus of UMass Amherst where Regis Newton and the Regis Dental Center is located, text: UMassMtIdaAlerts to 78015. For more information, click here.
When Regis is closed due to inclement weather, students are still responsible for coursework unless otherwise notified by their professors. Additionally, other university events may still occur, please check for updates in the Events section below. Students who do not have classes and who live off campus should not come to Regis. Non-essential faculty and staff should remain off campus to allow for crews to clear the snow.
All members of the Regis community who park cars on campus should pay attention to notifications from the university before a major weather event at the communication channels listed above.
In snow emergencies, all vehicles must be moved from Lot A next to the Athletics Center and Lot H to other parking lots on campus as specified. An update will be provided at the above listed channels when Lot A is clear and available for parking, so that other lots on campus may be cleared.
Note: If the university is closed due to a weather condition, faculty and all non-essential staff should not travel to campus for their safety and to keep lots clear for snow removal.
Residence Life staff, including RAs and other professional staff, will be on call and available throughout any storm. Students should check the duty boards for more information about who is available. In case of emergencies, please contact the Regis College Police Department for any emergencies at 781.768.7777.
If a guest is already signed onto campus, they may stay with their hosts. Guests will be held to all Regis community standards and hosts will be held responsible for any violation. No outside guests should be invited to campus until campus has reopened.
Aramark will always work hard to keep the dining hall open and offer a range of options however, some options may be limited. Please remember to thank our hard-working staff!
Please check back here for updated hours.
The library’s hours will be adjusted during storms. Please check back here for updates.
The hours for the gym in the Athletics Center will be adjusted during storms. Please check back here for updates.
Please check this section for updates regarding all previously scheduled university events during weather emergencies. This includes athletics events, practices and games.
Residence Life and the Center for Student Engagement will have a variety of activities throughout storm closures both in the halls and in the Lower Student Center. Follow @RegisLife_MA and @RegisMA_ResLife for updates.
The hours for Health Services will be adjusted during closures. Please check back here for updates.
In the case of emergencies, please call 911 or call the Regis College Police Department at 781.768.7777.
Student athletes should remain in contact with their coaches for updates on team meetings, practices and games. Updates will also be provided under the Events listing above.
A major weather event can be a serious event. Please show respect for the community and minimize any actions that could result in needing emergency personnel on campus. Remember we also have neighbors in the town of Weston that may also be in need of those resources.
Be sure to have all cell phones, iPads, and laptops fully charged.
Candles or other open flames are not permitted under any circumstance even if the power goes out.