Regis is a co-educational, non-profit university in Weston, Massachusetts, 12 miles west of Boston that offers undergraduate and graduate academic programs within four schools: the School of Arts and Sciences, the Marshall M. Sloane School of Business and Communication, the Richard and Sheila Young School of Nursing, and the School of Health Sciences, as well as a broad range of certificates through the Theresa Wood Lavine Division of Professional Studies.

Regis College was founded in 1927

Institution Type

  • Private, non-profit
  • Co-educational

Fast Facts

Undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students
Undergraduate student-to-faculty ratio
Regis College alumni
Students of Color *
First-year first-generation undergraduate students (fall 2023)
of students participate in internship or clinical
Fast-Track Programs to help students save time and money
First year retention rate (Cohort of 2022 full-time first-time)
of students employed full-time or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation (five-year average)

* Students who report their race/ethnicity as African American/Black, Asian, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American/Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or multiracial. Fall 2023.

Regis Has Four Schools and One Division

Regis College is located in Weston, MA - 12 miles from BostonRegis College has 20 NCAA Division III TeamsRegis College is a military friendly institutionWelcome to Regis! -our President Antoinette Hays, RN, PhD