Regis College provides value-centered traditional classroom-based undergraduate education to approximately 1,900 students annually and encourages its students to make a positive impact in a changing society. Regis College's liberal arts education provides the opportunity for students to explore the question "How ought we to live?" while cultivating an excellent academic education. Abundant opportunities for service learning, academic internships and cross-cultural study abroad experiences motivate students to take their education beyond the classroom.
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RC highlights over the last year:
- Restructured the Department of Sociology into a department that highlights Anthropology, Criminal Justice, and Sociology while developing a Master of Development Practice from the highly successful Development Practice Certificate.
- The graduating class of 2016 included 26 honors students; the largest in the college's history.
- Quyen Hart, Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy, continued community outreach with Science Sundays and STEM summer camp for middle school girls.