Barbara J. Wilcots, PhD. Barbara started in her role as vice president for Student Affairs in July 2017. Prior to joining Regis, Barbara was a faculty member of the English Department at the University of Denver for 22 years and an administrator for the past 13 years. Most recently, she served as associate provost for graduate studies. Barbara took her doctorate in English at DU and holds a Master’s degree in English from Texas Woman’s University as well as a Master’s degree in Public Relations and a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Drake University. Her scholarly interests include 20th Century American literature, literature of the African diaspora, Toni Morrison, William Faulkner, and Gabriel Garcia Marquez. In her administrative roles, Barbara has focused on crisis management, policy development, and equity and access, to ensure that all students have the environment and support they need to successfully navigate their academic experiences

Matthew SullivanMatthew Sullivan. Matt joined the Dean of Students Office at Regis University in July 2016 as the Director of Student Conduct and Off-Campus Community. Before coming to Regis, Matt served as the Assistant Director for Student Conduct and Title IX Investigator at the University of Washington. Matt also spent three years working in student conduct at fellow Jesuit institution, Creighton University, and has held positions in student conduct and residence life at the University of Colorado Denver, Colorado College, and Oklahoma State University. Matt is active in the Association for Student Conduct Administration, most recently serving as Chair of the 2016 Annual Conference and as Chair of the 2016 Sexual Misconduct Institute. Matt earned a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership Studies, with an emphasis in College Student Development, from Oklahoma State University and Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration Comprehensive from the University of Nebraska at Kearney.

Stephanie HicksStephanie Hicks. Stephanie Hicks received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Regis University. She is currently pursuing her Master's in Organizational Leadership. She has been with Regis since 2012 and with the Dean of Students Office as Assistant to the Dean since 2016. 

Patti DelliVeneri. Patti received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Catholic Studies and Adult Spirituality from Regis University and is a member of Alpha Sigma Nu, the National Jesuit Honor Society. She has worked at Regis University for over 8 years in several positions, including Admissions, the RHCHP Simulation Lab, as well as the Dean of Students Office. Prior to working at Regis University, Patti worked at Regis Jesuit High School, where she served as Office Manager for the Girls Division Counseling Department. Her commitment to the Jesuit mission has its roots at Regis Jesuit, where she served on committees dedicated to finding ways to promote and extend the mission to all students and staff.