To help you get started at Regis, we've created an On-Boarding Checklist that will help you throughout your academic journey as a Regis Graduate student.

  • 1. Get Your Regis Login Credentials

    Regis login credentials are sent to the email provided on your application from Information Technology Services (ITS). These credentials provide access to:

    Regis Hub

    Regis Hub is where you will register for courses, view your grades, pay your bill, view financial aid, and access other important account information.

    Regis Email

    It is critical you check your Regis email regularly as all official correspondence, including dates and deadlines from the university, is sent to that account.


    SPIKE (the Student Portal for Information, Knowledge and Education) is the internal portal for Regis students, which includes links to Regis email, RegisAccess, Moodle, IT Services, and library services. Contact the ITS Helpdesk at 781.768.7177 or for assistance.

  • 2. Immunization and Health Forms

    Regis College and Massachusetts law require that incoming students provide proof of immunizations and health information. This applies to all full-time graduate students under 30 years of age and all full and part-time health science and nursing graduate students regardless of age.

    • Full-time graduate students under the age of 30 and all health science and nursing graduate students regardless of age, please click the following link for details and instructions on how to upload this important information: Immunization and Health Forms. This information must be uploaded to the CastleBranch Health Services tracker, our record keeping system, before you come to campus at the start of the semester. Please see more details for certain nursing programs below. If you do not believe this policy applies to you, please send an email to with your name, age, student status (part time or full time), and specific graduate program.
    • Weston Campus Nursing students in the following majors: Accelerated 16 Month BS in Nursing for Non-nurse College Graduates, 24 Month BS in Nursing for Non-Nurse College Graduates and Direct Entry Master's in Nursing will complete their immunization and health forms requirements in CastleBranch before they come to campus at the start of their first semester using their CastleBranch Nursing Clinical tracker and therefore do not have to complete the CastleBranch Health Services tracker. These students will also have additional nursing requirements that must be completed by the deadline provided by their program. Questions? Contact Kasandra Baylis.
    • All other Weston Campus graduate-level nursing students not mentioned in the previous bullet, must complete both the Health Services immunization and health forms requirement in the CastleBranch Health Services Clinical tracker since they will not have this information in their CastleBranch Nursing Clinical tracker before they start their first semester on campus. Regardless of whether they are in a clinical course or not, these students are required to complete additional requirements. These requirements must be completed, with results uploaded to their CastleBranch Nursing Clinical tracker, by the end of the student’s first semester of their first graduate course. Questions? Contact Karin Oliveira.

    All new students should monitor their email carefully for additional requirements specific to their academic programs.

  • 3. Review Your Degree Audit

    A degree audit is an academic tool used to monitor your overall degree requirements and progress. As a Regis student, be sure to review your individualized degree audit at the start of your academic program and every semester thereafter.

    To view your degree audit, follow these three steps:

    • Log into Regis Hub -> Select the Student Planning application -> Go to My Degree Audit
  • 4. Get Your Regis Student ID

    The Regis Student ID card provides access to university facilities such as labs and the Athletic Center.

    To obtain your graduate student ID, please follow these steps.

    For all ID inquiries or concerns, please contact us at

  • 5. Register for a Parking Permit

    If you are eligible for a parking decal, please fill out the online parking permit application on Regis Hub.

    After completing the online application form, bring your Regis ID and vehicle registration to the Regis College Police Department in Room 102 of College Hall.

    Visit the Parking Guidelines page for more information.

    Disclaimer: Fraudulently obtaining a permit for you or for someone else who is not eligible or providing false information during the application process may result in the revocation of your on-campus parking privileges and will be referred to the Office of Student Conduct.

  • 6. ITS Training

    The ITS department is available to assist with on-campus technical support, such as email, Moodle or other online services offered by Regis.

    ITS can be reached at:, 781.768.7177 or visit the ITS Help Desk in College Hall Room 131.

    Hours of Operation

    • Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    • Friday through Sunday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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