Commitment Program Courses
Students enroll in a series of courses their first year designed to strengthen their academic skills,
introduce them to the Jesuit mission, and guide them as they navigate the transition from high
school to college. All program courses count toward graduation from Regis.
RCC 200A and RCC 200B: Writing Analytically
A year-long course, this writing-intensive seminar focuses on critical reading, thinking and writing,
and serves as an orientation to college life.
LS 201 and LS 202: Critical Reading and Study Skills I & II
These one-credit courses focus on the development and mastery of skills related to comprehending
and analyzing college-level texts. They also assist students in the development of effective study
LS 103: Math Learning Strategies
This optional one-credit course provides help for students with learning difficulties in the areas of
mathematics and science. It emphasizes better self-understanding as learners in these disciplines and
enables students to select and employ appropriate and effective learning/study strategies.
PC 232 and PC 233: In the Service of Others
In collaboration with the Center for Service Learning, this year-long course provides opportunities
for students to experience, analyze, and reflect upon the intellectual and spiritual benefits of service.
•Students must remain in the program for two semesters and make regular use of the program's
•Students must maintain satisfactory academic and behavioral standards, earning a C or better in all
•Students must abide by the Regis University Handbook of Student Conduct.