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The Future of Regis

Our Jesuit tradition and heritage are not merely concepts we teach our students; they are principles we exercise across all departments and offices at Regis University. While many things may change over the years, our commitment to these principles remains an consistent thread carried through each initiative we encounter.

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Strategic Plan

Following a year of visioning involving students, faculty, staff, alumni and the Board of Trustees, the Regis Rising Strategic Plan was enthusiastically endorsed by the Regis University Board of Trustees in April 2014. The plan continues to shape the future of Regis University and we have many successes to report.

In our strategic planning, we aim to strengthen our Jesuit, Catholic identity; link our students’ educations to careers that matter through enhanced experiential learning; promote entrepreneurial engagement and partnership with the Denver, regional, national, and international communities; and become an increasingly respected force as a university.

Executive Summary

Strategic Plan Phase I

Strategic Plan Phase II

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Campus Master Plan

Regis University will revise its existing master plan for the eastern edge of the Northwest Denver Campus, along Federal Boulevard and between 50th and 53rd avenues, to function as a real estate endowment. The endowment would generate income to support a broad range of University needs, including funding scholarships. More information will be posted when available.

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FY21-FY23 Financial Plan

Our three-year Financial Plan reflects our shared commitment to ensure we guarantee and celebrate Regis University’s 150th anniversary in 2027 and continue to deliver on our promise of a distinctive Jesuit, Catholic, and mission-focused education.

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Master Plan Community Involvement

We have prioritized involving University community members and the broader community– neighborhood groups, community groups, businesses, government agencies and potentially interested parties. We engaged in exciting dialogue about the future as we developed the master plan. Opportunities included town hall meetings, informal “pop ups” and intercepts, listening sessions and surveys. We're grateful to the following members of the Master Plan Task Force for their collaboration, engagement and passion for ensuring the future of Regis is bright.

David Law, Director, Student Activities and Leadership 
Catherine Kleier, Professor, Biology 
Erika Lourenco de Frietas, Associate Professor, Pharmacy 
Ken Phillips, Assistant to the Vice President for Mission 
Kevin Thomas, Principal, Sinclair McLean 
Kim Frisch, Dean of Admissions

Linda Osterlund, Dean, Rueckert-Hartman College of Health Professions 
Mark Basham, Associate Professor, Psychology and Neuroscience 
Michael Redmond, Associate Vice President, Physical Plant 
Perry Wisinger, Associate Professor, Business 
Sue Scherer, Director, Community Relations 
Susan Layton, Former Associate Vice President, Auxiliary Services