The seeds for Regis University were planted in 1877 in Las Vegas, New Mexico, when a group of exiled Italian Jesuits founded a small school called Las Vegas College. In 1884, the school relocated to Morrison, Colorado, and was renamed College of the Sacred Heart. Thanks to a generous donation of land from John Brisben Walker, the college was able to settle in its current Denver location in 1887.
Contemporary learners are non-traditional students who tend to be self directed, older, working adults, often with various family, community and work obligations. For these learners who are intrinsically motivated and problem-centered, the undergraduate models of service learning can be perceived as burdensome and disconnected from specific learning outcomes. Further, the students might feel that their time and the ways they currently give back to their community and family are not being honored or respected. For these reasons The College of Contemporary Liberal Studies (CCLS) is adopting a contemporary view of service learning that aligns more closely with the needs of the adult learner that CCLS serves.
The mission of the Regis University Research and Scholarship Council (URSC) is to promote and support scholarly, research, creative and interdisciplinary projects within Regis University. To accomplish this URSC aims to help support faculty and student projects that will contribute to the body of human knowledge and enrich the educational experience. All proposals must be based in research and scholarship and have the potential to contribute to the field or discipline. Proposals must constitute an endeavor that advances human knowledge in a manner that demonstrates in depth understanding of the context in which the endeavor occurs.
The Center for Career and Professional Development at Regis University provides you with the resources, training and advice to help you establish and meet your career goals. We can support your efforts to choose an academic major, explore and find a career path, and create the tools for a successful job search that will promote your career.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
Student Services provides a wide range of assistance on administrative and financial issues to currently enrolled students. Have a question? We strive to make finding the answer quick and easy, whether by email, phone or visiting us in person.
We are your best resource for financial aid, student accounts, registration assistance, University policies and systems and navigating University websites. We're here to serve you.
For the full college experience you’ve been waiting for, living on campus is essential. At Regis, we offer modern residences, each with its own highlights. By living on campus, you will build a sense of community and be a few steps away from classes and campus activities.
The Regis University community may reserve a broad variety of library rooms for Library or academic purposes (including faculty service activities). This form may be used to request a reservation for Room 201, Room 205 (conference room), Room 202 (Tracy Learning Center) or Room 417 (Fr. Woody Room).
The Information Technology Services (ITS) department serves students, faculty and staff. We provide technological guidance and support while promoting the values that distinguish and demonstrate the commitment of Regis to the Jesuit Catholic tradition.
Rooted in more than 130 years of tradition, Regis University's Northwest Denver (Lowell) Campus is the flagship location for the University. The campus is situated just northwest of dynamic downtown Denver. Picturesque mountain views form the backdrop behind iconic Main Hall, which houses the University's administrative offices. When you imagine a typical, bustling college campus, rich with history and filled with excited students and expert faculty, you’re picturing our North Denver campus.
Club Sports is dedicated to the mission of providing and developing leadership opportunities for students who are interested in a sport or activity. Further, Club Sports is committed to improving the quality of life for students by encouraging healthy lifestyle choices. Each club is student run and establishes an organizational framework, leadership, and schedule to meet the needs of their membership.
Regis University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of six regional institutional accreditors in the United States. HLC accredits degree-granting post-secondary institutions in the North Central region. Regis University’s most recent accreditation was in 2009, and the institution remains in good standing. In 2018-2019, a peer review team from HLC will conduct an onsite visit as part of Regis’s regular reaffirmation of accreditation process.