Join the Regis Community for Our Annual Regis Day Celebration
Be Cool at the Ice Cream Social
This year everyone headed over to the Lowell Campus quad to enjoy sweet conversation and ice cream from locally-owned Little Man Ice Cream
. Most were sporting their favorite Regis gear.
Regis pride photo contest
We asked the community to take photos showing the depth of their Regis University pride and post them to our Instagram account with the tag #RegisDay.
A picture is worth...a place to park?
The winner of the Regis Day photo contest enjoyed a conveniently-located, reserved parking spot on the Lowell Campus for the entire month of September!
We honored the spirit of St. John Francis Regis by giving clothes to those in need. Donations were sent to Father Woody’s Haven of Hope, Christ in the City and the Samaritan House.
Contest Terms and Conditions
This competition is organized by the University Brand Marketing (UBM) department within Regis University. By entering this competition you accept and agree to comply with these terms and conditions. Entrants who do not comply with these terms and conditions will not be eligible to win the prize.
To take part in this competition you must post a photo showing your Regis pride to Instagram using the tag #RegisDay, or submit your photo to email@example.com.
Entries will be accepted through June 14, 2013.
The grand prize is a reserved parking spot on the Lowell Campus for the month of September. UBM will choose the best photograph demonstrating Regis pride based on creativity, clarity and quality. Winners will be selected by UBM based solely on what UBM feels is the best representation of Regis Pride. UBM staff is not eligible to win the prize.
The winner will be notified by email. If UBM receives no reply from the winner within 7 days from the notification date, UBM will select a runner-up and notify him/her to claim the prize. The winner will be announced on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ , Flickr, and Pinterest. The winner also will be identified and his/her photo will be published on Regis.edu.