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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 a consistent thread carried through each initiative we encounter.

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Strategic Plan

The Regis University Board of Trustees and Interim President Cody Teets have initiated a Strategic Planning Framework to ensure the thriving of Regis University long into the future.

Cabinet leadership is serving in an oversight role and will help to invite and appoint a Strategic Planning Committee, which will include individuals from across the university and will represent a variety of faculty and staff roles. Subcommittees will be created as priorities emerge.

Learn more about the Strategic Planning Framework

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Campus Master Plan

Regis University is revising its 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. Income would be generated from leases on the 27-acres to support a broad range of University needs, including funding scholarships. Likely uses include housing, offices, retail, and community space that would serve the public as well as the University community. The proposal is now in the City and County of Denver's land development review process. An initial community information meeting has been held and there will be future opportunities to provide input.

Learn more about Regis Village

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FY22-FY24 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.

Learn more about the Financial Plan

Practice Fields Upgrade

Thanks to a special partnership between Regis University, Arrupe Jesuit High School and Shea Homes, the two new illuminated artificial turf fields for the Arrupe Generals soccer teams and the Regis Rangers lacrosse, soccer and rugby teams are now completed.

Project details:
  • Eco-friendly turf is made from nylon grass and rests atop a sand infill and “g-shock safer pad” to reduce athlete injuries. It also eliminates six hours of weekly mowing.
  • Energy-efficient precision LED lights will allow for more use of the fields, especially during cooler times of day to reduce stress on athletes. The lights are directed to the fields and nowhere else.
  • With no need for watering, Regis projects saving 5.4 million gallons of water during the fields’ first year of use.