Guided by the values of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston and best practices in higher education, we will move forward the mission of Regis by strengthening and sustaining the undergraduate university. As a division, we are inspired by the Regis mission and core values of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston:
In order to assess our programs and practices, student affairs identified four critical areas that our work contributes to the institutional educational goals and learning outcomes.
The resources helped shape and define the following domains, which now serve as the model for the Office of Student Affairs learning outcomes:
Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will use interactions and experiences outside of the classroom to promote intellectual growth and be able articulate the connections between their personal exploration, co-curricular experiences, and their Regis education.
Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will be able to engage in conversations and activities that encourage and facilitate identification of healthy relationships and construct lifestyles that are congruent with self-care, including physical, emotional, intellectual, social, and spiritual wellness.
Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to social justice and civic engagement by participating in positive social change through: personal leadership; service; and social responsibility; and by reflecting on the connection to the charism of the Sisters of Saint Joseph.
Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will develop a wide range of skills and competencies that may be integrated into everyday life and the ability to manage one’s own identity formation, allowing students to create personal short and long-term goals.