At Regis College, we find academic advising plays an essential role in the experience of all our students. Graduate and professional student advising is a partnership between the student, the faculty advisor and the Graduate Student Affairs team. We all work in concert to help the student identify and achieve short and long term educational and career goals. The objective being to empower students to identify resources to solve problems independently while providing a supportive environment.
Each graduate or professional student at Regis is assigned a faculty member, academic program director, or professional advisor dedicated to addressing academic student needs and questions. In addition, the Assistant Dean of Graduate Advising and Student Affairs, and the Director of Graduate Career Planning help students transition to the graduate and professional student experience, and access the variety of resources available to them.
For questions about curriculum/specialty courses and/or program content, students should contact faculty members according to program of study.
For questions about academic programs, policies and procedures, course registration and campus services, contact the Graduate Affairs Department.
Meetings are available via Zoom, phone, email or in-person. Students are encouraged to refer to the information below to schedule an advising appointment:
For all other programs, please contact your faculty program director. Contact information for your Program Director can be found on Hub.
For assistance with fine-tuning your resume to apply for field placement or a job, identifying your next career opportunity, interview preparation and career coaching, contact Kaitlynn Arvidson, director of graduate and professional career planning.
We are prepared to assist and support graduate students on their academic journey. Faculty and staff work collaboratively to provide a network of support on matters related to academic progression, degree requirements, educational and career goals and overall personal well-being.