Regis University is blessed with two Jesuit Residences, one on campus and one just north of campus. Jesuits House is located at the top of the hill directly west of St. John Francis Regis Chapel. Nearly all the Jesuits serving at Regis University and all those assigned to Arrupe Jesuit High School live at Jesuit House. Xavier Jesuit Center has one Jesuit serving at Regis University and a number of members who offer spiritual ministry to Regis, to Arrupe Jesuit High School and several parishes in the Denver metro area. Regis University and Arrupe Jesuit High School are seven minute distance from one another. A number of Arrupe graduates go on to study at Regis.
Fr. Fernando Álvarez Lara: Fr. Fernando is a professor of Theology and Religious Studies focusing on Latinex Theology and Ignation Spirituality. Prior to becoming a Jesuit, he worked as a chemical engineer. He entered the Jesuits in 1998, was ordained in 2009 and is a native of El Paso, Texas and Chihuahua, Mexico.
Fr. Kevin Burke: Fr. Burke is Vice President for Mission. Formerly, he was Dean and a faculty member at the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara Berkeley. He has also worked at Regis University and Boston College. He entered the Jesuits in 1976, was ordained in 1986 and is a native of Laramie and Rawlins, Wyoming.
Mr. Daniel Everson: Dan is a regent teaching religion and Community Service Coordinator at Arrupe Jesuit High School in North Denver. He entered the Jesuits in 2013 and is a native of St. Louis, Missouri.
Fr. John Fitzgibbons: Fr. Fitzgibbons became the 24th President of Regis University on June 1, 2012. He continues to be active in research scholarship, especially in the relationship of religion and culture. He entered the Jesuits in 1973, was ordained in 1985 and is a native of Omaha, Nebraska.
Fr. Marcus Fryer: Fr. Fryer is the Pastoral Director at Arrupe Jesuit High School in North Denver. He entered the Jesuits in 2006, was ordained in 2017 and is a native of Houston, Texas.
Fr. Jim Guyer: Fr. Guyer is the Chaplain for Young Alumni in the Office of Alumni Engagement. He has served Regis in a number of roles such as a history professor, the Director of Advising and Rector of the Jesuit Community. He is presently the Superior of Xavier Jesuit Center located just north of the Regis campus. He entered the Jesuits in 1961, was ordained in 1972 and is a Colorado native and Regis alum.
Fr. Mark McGregor: Fr. McGregor is the Director of Military and Veterans Services and a reserve Air Force Chaplain. He served as an active duty Chaplain in the Air Force for six years prior to his arrival at Regis. He entered the Jesuits in 1984, was ordained in 1996 and was born and spent his early childhood at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia.
Fr. Tim McMahon: Fr. McMahon is the former President of Arrupe Jesuit High School in North Denver. He served as Provincial of the Missouri Province, Provincial Assistant for Secondary Education, and many other roles in Jesuit high schools and formation programs for young Jesuits. Presently, he is on sabbatical awaiting his next mission. He entered the Jesuits in 1976, was ordained in 1987 and is a native of St. Louis, Missouri.
Fr. John Nugent: Fr. Nugent is Principal of Arrupe Jesuit High School in north Denver. He entered the Jesuits in 2004, was ordained in 2015 and is a native of Houston, Texas.
Fr. William Oulvey: Fr. Oulvey is Rector of the Jesuit Community on campus and works part-time in the Mission Office and University Ministry. He entered the Jesuits in 1974, was ordained in 1985 and is a native of Fairview Heights, Illinois.
Fr. Patrick Quinn: Fr. Quinn is the Mission Coordinator for Staff Outreach in the Mission Office. He is a trained engineer and has served at a number of Jesuit universities in Campus Ministry, IT, Library, Mission Office, and teaching. Before coming to Regis, he was Minister of the Jesuit House of Studies and Pastor of St. Matthew's Parish, both in St. Louis. He entered the Jesuits in 1974, was ordained in 1988 and is a native of St. Louis, Missouri.
Fr. Eustace Sequeira: Fr. Sequeira teaches “Jesuit Spirituality” and “Leading Lives that Matter” for the College of Contemporary Liberal Studies, which serves post-traditional adult learners. He also serves as a frequent sacramental minister at a number of Denver area parishes. Prior to his time serving the Regis community, he served as pastor for St. Ignatius Loyola parish and in Rome for Vatican Radio.