The strength of the Regis community has always been our close-knit, supportive environment.
The Center for Ministry and Service is providing support and spiritual guidance during the pandemic.
The Sisters of St. Joseph are taking prayer requests to include in their daily prayers. Submit a prayer request here.
Join Regis Chaplain Fr. Paul Kilroy as he shares homilies and reflections virtually for the community. Watch the latest video:
For over 90 years, one of Regis' core values has been to reach out to the dear neighbor and provide support during challenging times. There are several ways to offer or receive support from our community, including the Regis Hospitality Center, which provide food and supplies to students struggling with food insecurity.
MA Responds provides opportunities for students to volunteer for paid and unpaid employment in health care agencies will be communicated to students, though not required or endorsed by the academic program.
BMC is looking for medical and non-medical individuals who can provide support and services to the homeless who are isolated and/or quarantined.
Please consider helping to re-stock food and personal hygiene supplies for the students who remain living on campus.
Community Spotlight: Homemade COVID-19 Masks
Regis Health Services Nurse Practitioner Donna Western spent the weekend making homemade masks to donate to hospitals. Thank you Donna and all the health care professionals tirelessly working the front lines of COVID-19.