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.

Return to Regis Spring 2022 Semester

Returning To Campus

The official start of classes for the spring semester remains Tuesday, January 18.

The dates for Regis community members to return to campus are as follows:

Staff and Faculty - Starting the week of January 10

  • Administrative Council representatives and deans will identify individual positions who will be on campus.

Residential students - Move-in begins Sunday, January 16, and will continue throughout the two-week period of remote classes.

Commuter students - Starting Tuesday, January 18

Regis community members experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms should not return to campus. Complete the daily symptom check on CoVerified and a member of the Health Services team will contact you. If you have tested positive for COVID-19 during the winter break, please upload your positive test result to CoVerified.

Remote Courses

A majority of courses will be administered remotely from Tuesday, January 18, to Monday, January 31, with the exception of certain courses that require in-person for academic progression.

All classes will resume in person on Tuesday, February 1. Accommodations will continue to be made for students who test positive for COVID-19 or are close contacts and unable to attend class in person during the semester.

On-Campus Testing

All Regis community members who live, learn, and work on campus will be in the COVID-19 testing protocol for the spring 2022 semester.

  • Fully vaccinated - Must test once a week to remain on campus.
  • Unvaccinated with an exemption from Regis - Must test twice a week to remain on campus.

Appointments can be made in CoVerified. Daily symptom screenings are still required when on campus.

If you have tested positive in the last 90 days, you do not need to test. You will still be cleared to return to campus.

Booster Requirement

Schedule an appointment at Regis' Jan. 28 on-campus booster clinic

Regis College students, faculty, and staff eligible to get a COVID-19 booster are required to have one by Tuesday, February 1, at 11:59 p.m. EST in order 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.

Residential students are required to have had the booster administered before moving in for spring semester, unless they have an approved exemption or are not yet eligible for the booster.

All Regis community members who have already received a booster must upload documentation to CoVerified by Wednesday, January 5, at 11:59 p.m. EST. You can do this by clicking on the “+” icon on the home screen and selecting “Upload Vaccine Record.”

You are eligible if you:

  • Are 16 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.

Regis College will host an on-campus booster clinic on Friday, January 28, for all university community members. Registration will open in the coming days.

Mask Requirement Update

Beginning Tuesday, February 1, cloth masks will not be allowed on campus. Community members are encouraged to wear surgical, KN95, or N95 masks.

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