Find details on the physical changes to campus, the university’s health and hygiene expectations, strategies for monitoring COVID-19 symptoms, plans for move-in, and other important information.

New information about COVID-19 is discovered every day. Regis continues to monitor and adhere to local and state public health guidelines and this website will be updated regularly. We are all in this together to help #ProtectThePride.

Commencement Week Event Policy

  • All are welcome to attend Regis events on campus.
  • Masking is optional and masks will be available onsite for your convenience.
  • Guests should be prepared to provide:
    • Proof of full vaccination OR
    • A negative result from a PCR test collected within 72 hours prior to the event OR
    • A negative result from an antigen test taken the day of the event, prior to arriving on campus.

If you are showing symptoms of COVID-19:

Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should not attend Regis events and should stay in their residence hall room or at home. Regis students, faculty, and staff should report their symptoms using the daily symptom screening tool in CoVerified and a member of the Health Services team will contact you promptly with next steps.

Click here to read the latest CDC guidelines for isolation/quarantine and masking after testing positive for COVID-19.

If you have been exposed to COVID-19:

Click here to read the latest CDC guidelines for masking, testing, and isolation/quarantine after exposure to COVID-19.

On-Campus COVID-19 Testing Update

Effective Monday, April 4, Regis College Health Services will no longer offer voluntary testing. The last day to receive a voluntary test at Health Services is Thursday, March 31. Antigen testing will still be available for those who are symptomatic and required for those that have an approved vaccine exemption from the university.

  • Those with an approved vaccine exemption will be required to test on a weekly basis in order to remain in testing compliance.
  • Antigen testing is available at Health Services Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Testing appointments are required for all individuals. No walk-ins will be accepted.

Find free voluntary testing sites in Massachusetts through Project Beacon

CoVerified and Symptom Screening Update

Effective Monday, April 4, daily symptom screening will no longer be required for community members who are asymptomatic and CoVerified clearance check points throughout campus will be removed. Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should still report their symptoms using the daily symptom screening tool in CoVerified and a member of the Health Services team will contact you promptly.

Community members should still use CoVerified to:

  • Submit daily symptom screenings when experiencing COVID-19 symptoms
  • Submit COVID-19 vaccine records to Health Services
  • Submit off-site COVID-19 test results to Health Services

Mask Policy Update

As of Tuesday, March 15, masks are optional for everyone in classrooms and labs. Masks are no longer required on Regis-operated vans and buses effective immediately.

Masks will still be required in a select number of other campus spaces such as the Dental Center, Autism Center, and select areas of Counseling and Health Services. There will be clear signage posted at entrances to mask-required areas.

Anyone who chooses to continue wearing a mask while on campus has the full support of the Regis community. Both KN95 and N95 masks will be available for community members who wish to access them. Masks can be obtained by contacting Ken Ryan, director of purchasing.

Event Spectator and Guest Policy

  • All are welcome to attend Regis events on campus.
  • Guests should be prepared to provide:
    • Proof of full vaccination OR
    • A negative result from a PCR test collected within 72 hours prior to the event OR
    • A negative result from an antigen test taken the day of the event, prior to arriving on campus.

Residential Guest Policy

As of Monday, March 14, residential students are allowed to host one non-Regis guest in the residential spaces. The Regis student host must complete a guest registration form which again outlines the policy and asks for confirmation that the Regis student host has confirmed that the non-Regis guest:

  • Is fully vaccinated, or has a negative antigen test from the day of arrival, or is in a 90 day immunity post COVID-19 positive test
  • Is not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms nor has been in contact with someone who has tested positive in the past 14 days

Booster Requirement

Regis College students, faculty, and staff eligible to get a COVID-19 booster are required to have one to live, learn, and work on campus this semester. Those who have an approved vaccine exemption from the university are also exempt from the booster.

Please upload booster documentation to CoVerified by clicking on the “+” icon on the home screen and selecting “Upload Vaccine Record.”

You are eligible if you:

  • Are 12 years old or over
  • Are fully vaccinated
  • It has been more than five months since a second Pfizer vaccine
  • It has been more than five months since a second Moderna vaccine
  • It has been more than two months since a Johnson and Johnson vaccine

You may not be eligible to get the booster at this time if you:

  • Are not passed the above timeline for your previous vaccines
  • Have an approved vaccine exemption from Regis College

If you have a question related to your specific booster timeline or eligibility, please email covid19@regiscollege.edu.

Data clearly shows the booster is the best possible defense from hospitalization or serious illness as a result of COVID-19. Additionally, based on the CDC’s new quarantine and isolation recommendations, getting a booster means you will not have to quarantine if you are a close contact to someone who tests positive for COVID-19.

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