Regis students have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of organizations and clubs. An activities fair is hosted at the start of each academic year to recruit new members.
All current Regis students may also log in to RegisEngage with their Regis username and password to get into contact with the leaders of different clubs and organizations!
African Student Association is an organization on the Regis campus whose mission is to celebrate and educate students on African history and traditions. The organization meets once a week to engage students in conversation about topics important to students of African descent.
The AMSA Premedical Chapter at Regis strives to provide networking, undergraduate research publications, and exposure to the various health fields and topics. While creating a supportive community in the premedical community, students will be able to advocate and promote the values of the Sisters of Saint Joseph congruent with ethical health care.
The mission of the American Sign Language Club is to introduce Regis students to deaf culture and the deaf community while learning the language. No experience necessary!
The goal of Asian American Appreciation is to promote a safe space for Asian American students at Regis College, as well as sharing Asian culture with other students wishing to learn and experience it.
Bake it Big (BIB) is for any student, undergraduate or graduate level, who loves to bake treats or would like to learn the basics of baking. Come to our once a month events to bake with friends, meet new faces on campus and enjoy a sweet treat when you're done! We are always looking for new members to join in on the fun!
Best Buddies at Regis College is a local chapter of the international organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
The purpose of the Black Student Union is to educate, acknowledge, and address the diversity, history, and lifestyle of people of African descent. The Black Student Union will serve as an organization that fosters student development through diversity and aims at promoting awareness for the many origins of Black culture. Through engaging discussions and activities, the group works as a unit to develop and build lasting friendships.
The Creative Arts Club (CAC) is for students who are passionate about the arts and creative thinking. CAC is all about promoting creative expression throughout the Regis community and beyond. CAC hosts open mics, paint nights, and art-related service trips. CAC is all about inclusivity and kindness and prides itself on creating a creative community on campus. Anyone and everyone is welcomed to participate in our meetings and activity.
Dance Company is a student-run and organized club open to all students, with or without dance experience. Members practice various styles of dance in preparation for performances on campus, including a large recital for the entire community at the end of the semester. Students are able to gain leadership and choreography opportunities within this club, as well as general membership to stay in shape or cultivate a new talent.
The Education Club provides support for students in the Education Department, creates a sense of community within the education program, and uses the knowledge and talents of the members to reach out to the Regis community as a whole. Throughout the year the club provides opportunities which supplement what students are learning in the classroom and experiencing in the field, and also hosts events focused on recognizing the efforts and accomplishments of students in the Education Program.
The Regis GSA is an accepting place for all people regardless of sexual orientation. The GSA brings together gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer students and straight allies to fight homophobia on campus and in the community. By raising awareness of different sexual and gender identities, linking homophobia with other oppressions, and advocating for equal treatment for students of all sexual orientations, the GSA works to create a school environment free of homophobic discrimination.
The Glee Singers have shared their beautiful music with audiences locally as well as internationally. Members practice regularly each week and deliver moving performances throughout the semester. Auditions take place during summer orientation and again in the fall.
The Graduate Student Nursing Association invites current Regis graduate students to apply growing classroom and clinical knowledge to real-life scenarios in order to optimize current and future nursing practices. Membership is open to graduate students who are currently in the Master’s program at Regis.
The Haitian American Student Association, also know as HASA, reincorporated in fall of 2018, strives to educate the Regis community on the culture, tradition, topics and issues important to those of Haitian descent.
Produced annually since 1946, Hemetera is a literary publication that features the written word and visual arts of Regis students, faculty, and staff. The project is coordinated and published by members who work collaboratively with an advisor.
The Intramural program is dedicated to providing opportunities for students of all athletic abilities to get engaged. Each month, a new sport is featured through a tournament, with the champions receiving a T-shirt. Featured sports include ultimate frisbee, flag football, volleyball, and much more!
This club brings together students of Latin descent, celebrating their heritage and promoting awareness of their cultural traditions. LASO members hold various celebrations and perform traditional dances at various campus events.
The Medical Imaging Club on campus is comprised of prospective and current students majoring in either diagnostic medical sonography or nuclear medicine. As a club, members share four common interests: Serving as a support and mentoring system for those considering the programs and those already in the programs; collaborating on ways to spread recognition of the programs and teach others about these two essential branches of medical imaging; brainstorming both recreational and program-related activities and events available to all students on campus; and serving the Dear Neighbor by participating in the many community service events offered on campus.
Are photos your thing? Do you like to do behind-the-scenes work? If so, the yearbook provides a great creative outlet for those who would like to help document memories of our time here at Regis.
This association was created as a support system to our Cultural clubs and organizations and has become a voice for our students of color and underrepresented populations. MSCA hosts multiple events a year, including the annual Family Dinner and Kente Stole Ceremony.
The Nostalgia Fashion Show hosts and sponsors an annual fashion show at the end of each year for the entire Regis community. Local designers and businesses donate clothing to be modeled by Regis' student models. This is an event that cannot be missed!
OLs work together to prepare incoming students for college. These energetic and dedicated students receive on-campus training over the summer to help them make the most of their experience—and to better acclimate incoming first-year students.
This organization consists of students representing all classes, clubs, and interests on campus to assist in the recruitment process. Members are selected through an interview process and participate in admission events such as open houses and overnights. They also give campus tours, participate in student panels, and contact prospective students.
The Pride of Christ (POC) club is a family that unites to grow spiritually by learning the word of God. All students who come from any religious background are always welcomed to join. A few of the events hosted by the POC members are the Bundles of Love event, as well as an annual Worship Night. POC also provides an opportunity for students to learn the word of God through weekly bible studies.
Regis Active Minds is an organization supporting mental health awareness and education for Regis students. The organization promotes mental health through informational campaigns and wellness events on campus.
The Regis All Seasons Society (RASS) strives to provide an outlet for those students that want to enjoy the great outdoors! Activities include anything for the outdoor enthusiast, or just someone who wants to breathe the fresh air!
The Regis College Among Us Club comes together to play the free (on mobile) online multiplayer social deduction game Among Us. By coming together to play Among Us, the club aims to foster a greater sense of community and help participants meet new people, and ultimately make new friends and connections.
Ronald McDonald House Charities is dedicated to improving children’s access to the highest quality health care by providing cost free housing for families to be near where their children are receiving care. The purpose of this club is to fundraise and volunteer for RMH at Boston Harbor whether this be in the form of preparing dinners for the families, hosting an activity night, providing tutoring sessions for the kids or anything else that may be needed.
Formerly known as the Campus Ministry Club, this organization provides opportunities for people of all faiths to grow spiritually through service. Together, student leaders and campus ministers plan and participate in liturgies, retreats, community service, faith sharing, social events, sacramental preparation, and more.
The Social Work Club is an organization for students in the social work field to have a place to come and talk about their field work and experience, as well as to come up with ways to help students on campus and to provide service.
This organization is comprised of student athletes dedicated to raising school spirit through activities and events such as pep rallies.
SGA, the elected governing body that serves as an umbrella for all recognized clubs and organizations on campus, consists of six representatives from each class and four executive officers. Its main responsibilities are to allocate funds to student groups, handle student issues, and make formal recommendations. SGA also acts as a liaison between students and administration in an effort to improve student life on campus. For more information, visit the Student Government Association page.
The Regis Student Nursing Association invites current Regis undergraduate students to apply growing classroom and clinical knowledge to real-life scenarios in order to optimize current and future nursing practices. Membership is open to undergraduate students who are either enrolled or planning to enroll in nursing (or a related health profession).
Students of Caribbean Ancestry, known as SOCA, works to educate students on the traditions and values important to the Caribbean community. SOCA holds multiple events a year, including an annual fundraiser for families in Haiti.
Known as SOTA, this organization is open to current Regis students in the Occupational Therapy program. This group gathers to network and learn about new and exciting technology in a growing field as well as education the wider Regis community on different forms of therapy available to them.
The Regis Theatre Club looks to spread awareness and participation in the performing arts. Each semester, the group puts together large and small-scale productions in an effort to get students involved. Be on the lookout for these amazing productions!
The goal of the Therapeutic Recreation Club is to spread awareness and educate the student body on the benefits of therapeutic recreation, as well as providing a support network for TR students to share experiences and ideas.
Have a passion for video games? Want to talk about your favorite games, play in tournaments or just hang out with other gamers? This club welcomes casual gamers, hardcore gamers, and anyone in between. All game systems are welcome, whether it's an Xbox, Playstation, or Wii.
YSI at Regis College is a group that works to educate students on service opportunities through the national organization of YSI which challenges traditional models of international aid by empowering communities to define and meet their own development goals by improving health systems, maternal health, education, and disaster relief.