Regis University's Flagship Campus

About the Campus

Rooted in more than 130 years of tradition, Regis University's Northwest Denver (Lowell) Campus is the flagship location for the University. The campus is situated just northwest of dynamic downtown Denver. Picturesque mountain views form the backdrop behind iconic Main Hall, which houses the University's administrative offices. When you imagine a typical, bustling college campus, rich with history and filled with excited students and expert faculty, you’re picturing our North Denver campus.

In addition, Regis University's main campus features a Career Services Center, Student Fitness Center and the Dayton Memorial Library.  

Colleges Served

Campus Hours

Hours vary by department and program.


Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.


3333 Regis Boulevard
Denver, CO 80221
Phone: 303.458.4100
Fax:       303.964.5473

Map & Directions

Exit I-70 at Federal Boulevard, and proceed north to Regis Boulevard (about 2 blocks). Turn left (west) onto Regis Boulevard (50th Avenue).

There are four entrances to the Regis University Northwest Denver campus

Located on Regis Boulevard

  • Entrance 1 provides access to the Coors Life Directions Center, DeSmet Hall, the Field House, O’Connell Hall, Carroll Hall, the Townhouses, Clarke Hall and the Ranger Dome
  • Entrance 2 provides access to the Dayton Memorial Library, The Felix Pomponio Family Science Center and Loyola Hall

Located on Lowell Boulevard

  • Entrance 3 provides access to the Student Center, West Hall, Main Hall and the Jesuit House
  • Entrance 4 provides access to St. Peter Claver, S.J., Hall, the O'Sullivan Fine Arts Center, and the St. John Francis Regis Chapel. (Note: Due to construction projects, parking in Lot 4 for St. Peter Claver, S.J., Hall is very limited. Lot 5 is available for overflow parking, which can be accessed from Lot 4 via a driveway on the north side of Claver Hall. Additionally, available entrances into Claver Hall will be marked during events.)

Whether you are just beginning to gather information about Regis University or taking the first steps toward earning your degree here, we want to give you every opportunity to get your questions answered and to see first-hand all the great things Regis has to offer. A good way to do that is to schedule a visit/tour of any of our campus locations.  

Each of our colleges has special events and information sessions throughout the year, during which time you can visit campus and meet with admissions or enrollment counselors. Learn more:

Regis College

College of Contemporary Liberal Studies

Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions