Due to limited access to campus, only a certain number of campus spaces will be available to students, faculty, and staff in the on-campus testing protocol this spring. Please be aware of renewed, clearly posted occupancy limits, which will vary depending on the size of the space. Programming and space use on campus are subject to change based on evolving state restrictions.
Starting Tuesday, January 19, the pool and fitness center will have limited availability. 50-minute time slots MUST be reserved using Regis Aramark Dining Sidekick (download the application via iPhone or Android and scroll down to Regis Amenities). The reservation system will be live Monday, January 18.
One person per lane, six spots available per hour, one back-to-back reservation allowed.
Five slots for cardio, Five slots for strength and conditioning; 50-minute reservations; no back-to-back reservations allowed.
New times effective February 8.
There will also be an hour-long Circuit Training Boot Camp offered Monday through Thursday.
Eight slots are open for each class, with reservations required ahead of time through the same app. New times effective February 8.
Outdoor facilities will be open for use and regular campus COVID-19 protocol will apply.
The Bookstore is open to support the needs of residential students, staff, and staff faculty participating in the campus' regular COVID-19 testing protocol. Regular store hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Members of the Regis community who are not part of the campus testing protocol can shop online.
For the spring 2021 semester the main dining hall will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner during the week, and brunch and dinner on weekends. Operating hours for all dining locations can be found at this link
Resident students use their residential meal plan, and faculty, staff and commuter students who are on campus may also use the dining hall by paying the door rate at the register or purchasing a block plan. All patrons must tap at the register and should be mindful of social distancing when moving about and eating. State guidelines require dining patrons to wear a face mask at all times except when eating and drinking. The dining hall has been updated to meet health guidelines and to provide additional space between patrons and tables, so seating may be limited during peak times. All meals can also be taken to-go, and additional seating is available in the lower student center.
The following are campus spaces designated for commuter students to spend time between their in-person classes this spring, or to attend a remote class if needed:
Parking passes will be accessed through an online application process. There will be no in-person applications for parking passes. Residential students will be issued their passes upon residence hall check-in. An equally safe procedure will be developed for commuter students, faculty, and staff upon their return to campus.
Only those with approval to be on the campus and taking part in the regular COVID-19 testing protocol will have regular access to the mailroom.
The following operational procedures will be in place until further notice:
All restrooms across campus will have enhanced cleaning protocols in place.