Resources for Connecting to Campus Life Commuter and off campus students can stay connected with the Regis campus by participating in student activities such as student government, university ministry, wellness and recreation or student employment. CommuterAssistantsStudentActivitiesRUSGAFitness &WellnessUniversityMinistryStudentEmployment If you are a new student at Regis, connecting with a Commuter Assistant is a great way to get involved. The role of a Commuter Assistant is to help commuter students to integrate into the university, as well as to put on events specifically for commuter students. If you would like to get into contact with a Commuter Assistant, or if you are interested in becoming a Commuter Assistant, please stop by the Commuter Student Lounge in room 211 of the Student Center, or email our team. Commuters at Regis The organization Commuters at Regis (CAR) is a great way to get involved in the commuter student community, as well as the campus at large. Please see the "Commuter Students" link on the left hand side of the page, or contact Commuter Affairs for more information on CAR. The Office of Student Activities sponsors engaging and unique events for Regis students. This can include anything from involvement in The Highlander, Regis' student newspaper to KRCX, the Regis student-run radio station, to Spring Break trips. The Office of Student Activities is located in room 200 of the Student Center. Regis University Student Government Association The Regis University Student Government Association (RUSGA) represents the needs and interests of students at Regis. Sponsored by the Office of Student Activities, RUSGA puts on events throughout the year like Thursday Thrills and Ranger Week activities. For additional information on participating in RUSGA sponsored activities, or if you would like to learn more about getting involved in RUSGA, please visit the Office of Student Activities in room 200 of the Student Center, or visit the RUSGA office on the 2nd floor of the Student Center. Regis University's Wellness & Recreation programs offer students an opportunity to stay active during their college experience through club sports, intramurals, outdoor adventure programs and the Regis University Fitness Center. University Ministry helps Regis students to explore and expand their spirituality, and is a great way to get involved at Regis. And you don't even have to be Catholic! University Ministry runs a number of programs and retreats throughout the year, including the Starting Now retreat specifically for commuter students. Visit the Regis.edu/UniversityMinistry for more information on how to get involved. University Ministry is located in room 214 of the Student Center. Student employment opportunities enable students to earn money while working on or off campus. Student Employment is a great way to connect with other students and to find a community of people who are working towards a common goal. It also allows you to connect with faculty and staff. Employment opportunities can be found under Work Study Classifieds on the INsite page. Information regarding student employment and whether or not you apply for federal student employment funds can be found on the student employment page.