Founded by the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston, whose members desired to put their resources to use for the good of society through education, Regis College was incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on February 12, 1927.
The Regis College Board of Trustees, President and Senior Administration are committed to the principle that each student will receive an outstanding educational, social, and personal experience during their years on campus.
At Regis, we believe that students must learn by doing. Whether it’s an internship, a student teaching or clinical placement, or an opportunity to conduct research, students get the most out of their college experience by applying the skills they’ve acquired in the classroom to real-life settings. The Center for Internships and Career Placement offers students guidance to pursue these learning opportunities as well as a variety of tools to help them build a resume for meaningful employment upon graduation. By integrating career planning and development into the college curriculum, students set out on a path for future success.
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The Office of Residence Life is committed to fostering the development of all residential students as they engage as members of the Regis community. We seek to provide a safe and inclusive environment in which all are welcome without distinction. By living on campus, students will gain skills of communication, relationship building, and stewardship that will serve them in life beyond Regis.
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ITS is committed to the integration and support of technology in every aspect of campus life. This includes:
All Regis students are eligible for health services. Regis Health Services staff provides timely, accessible, and confidential health care. Our goal is to maintain the physical, psychological, and social well being of students through education, health promotion, and illness prevention. We view all students as individuals and take a holistic approach to health care.
At Regis, you’ll find the right mix of challenge and support, with personalized attention to you as an individual. These qualities express the values of our founders, the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston. Our size – 2,000 students – and comfortable campus provide a setting where it’s easy for you to make friends and get to know your professors. To promote community, we guarantee four-year on-campus housing.
Our feeling of community extends from our classrooms to our residence halls, clubs and activities, campus ministry, athletics, and career planning. Explore all that makes our community special – and what that can mean for you.
At Regis College, recreation and fitness are geared for all students. We offer intramural programs, club sports, and fitness classes to promote health, wellness, and community spirit.
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.
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