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.
The Regis Student ID card provides access to university facilities such as the Athletic Center. You will have the opportunity to get your student ID at Graduate Student Orientation.
If you are unable to attend Orientation, you can visit the Front Desk of the Center for Student Services (CSS) in College Hall, Room 221. You will have your picture taken and be provided your Regis Student ID card on the spot.
Drop-in visits are available during the following times:
June 3, 2019 – August 23, 2019
Starts on August 24, 2019
Please Note: The time allotted for this process may fluctuate per Front Desk volume at the time of your arrival.
For all ID inquiries or concerns, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students must register for a parking permit with the Regis College Police Department. A student ID and current car registration are required to register your vehicle. Parking Permit registration will be held during Orientation.
Parking decals are to be displayed in the vehicle rear window. The Regis College Police Department can be reached at 781.768.7111, or email@example.com.
Regis login credentials are sent to the email provided on your application from Information Technology Services (ITS). These credentials provide access to:
Regis Access is where you will register for courses, view your grades, pay your bill, view financial aid, and access other important account information.
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.
Regis Resources is the internal portal for the community, which includes links to Regis email, RegisAccess, Moodle, IT Services, and library services. Contact the ITS Helpdesk at 781.768.7177 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
The ITS department is available to assist with on-campus technical support, such as email, Moodle or other online services offered by Regis. There will be a training during Graduate Student Orientation to help you to learn all the services.
ITS can be reached at: email@example.com, 781.768.7177 or visit the ITS Help Desk in College Hall Room 131.
The academic calendar lists important dates and deadlines such as add/drop, course withdrawal, and semester and session start and end dates.
The academic catalog includes graduate polices such as academic standing, students' rights and responsibilities, and course and grade related policies.
It is the responsibility of the student to stay apprised of all important dates and deadlines and academic policies. Important note: Individual programs may have additional handbooks, guidelines and/or addenda, the policies of which take precedence. All general university policies are applicable to graduate students.
In order to be eligible for financial aid, you must be fully accepted into a degree program and enrolled in a minimum of six credits. Students enrolled in our second bachelor or master's degree programs may be eligible for financial aid in the forms of loans and work-study. Students enrolled in our bachelor completion programs could potentially be eligible for federal and state undergraduate student aid. You may contact the Financial Aid Department to schedule an appointment in person or by phone at 781.768.7270 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.