If you have a question that is not answered below, please contact the COVID-19 Response Team.

COVID-19 Immunization Recommendation and Requirement

All students, faculty, and staff who live, learn, and work on campus are strongly encouraged to be vaccinated for COVID-19. This recommendation can be met with COVID-19 vaccines having FDA (Food and Drug Administration), EUA (emergency use authorization) and/or WHO (World Health Organization EUL (emergency use listing) approval.

While Regis no longer requires COVID-19 vaccination, it may still be mandated at many off-site clinical and preceptorship sites. Students must comply with the COVID-19 vaccination requirement(s) imposed by their internship, clinical, fieldwork placement, or external site. Failure to comply with these requirements may prevent students from making academic progression.

COVID-19 immunization is required for students, faculty, and staff who learn and work within the Regis Dental Center and Autism Center.

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

General Health and Safety

  • Is there a cost for on-campus testing?

    There will be a cost associated with obtaining COVID-19 testing through the Center for Health and Wellness. Patients need to be aware of how their health insurance works including the Regis student health insurance plan and what restrictions may apply.

  • Do I need to wear a face covering on campus?

    The Regis campus is a mask optional environment, except at all times in the Regis College Dental Center and in the Center for Health and Wellness when seeing a provider for a sick visit.

    • Regis strongly supports community members who choose to wear a mask.
    • Please continue to follow public health guidance and wear a mask if you are at a higher risk or have concerns about your health.
    • Masking in crowded indoor environments is encouraged, but not required.
  • I need an accommodation. Who do I contact?

    The Office of Accessibility Services is the point of contact for student accommodations. Students can complete an online application to make a request.

    Students can upload medical/professional documentation, or they may have it faxed to the office by their medical provider. A staff member from OSAS will review the documents and reach out to the student to set up an intake meeting.

  • Are counseling services available?

    Mental health professionals are on campus daily and services are available year-round. Resources are also available for remote students who cannot get to the Weston campus. Current students can get more information on SPIKE.

    For all mental health emergencies after clinic hours, contact the Regis College Police Department at 781.768.7777

    Online Services/After Hours Counseling

    All Regis students are welcome to use our Student Assistance Program (formerly called Talk One2One). This Student Assistance Program from AllOne Health provides students with 24/7 instant access to phone counseling with a mental health professional. Students are also able to request in person or video counseling with a private counselor in their community. The university offers students six free sessions with one of these providers.

    For 24/7 "in the moment support" with a mental health professional or to request a counseling referral with the AllOne Health Student Assistance Program call 800.756.3124.​

    To use the Student Assistance Portal below enter code: regissa

Academic Information

  • What do I do if I need to miss class or clinical due to COVID-19?

    If you are experiencing COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms or test positive for COVID-19 you should not attend class, clinicals, labs, or campus events.

    Faculty will work with students to ensure they have every opportunity to make academic progress. Please work directly with your instructor to determine how you can make up missed assignments and/or simulation lab time.

    Students missing a clinical day should follow programmatic procedures and reach out to their faculty member or clinical coordinator with questions.

Visitor and Event Policies