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Community Relations

We envision a relationship between the university and a community council that is equitable, mutually respectful, sustainable and responsive to community needs. The council represents a collection of community experts that draws on collective and diverse experiences to discover and strengthen current and future community-based projects that are of mutual benefit to the university and community.

For Our Neighbors

Neighbors are always invited to campus, and we welcome you to enjoy a walk on our beautiful grounds any time. While you’re here, feel free to grab a coffee, beer or meal at any of our campus dining options, attend an athletic event, visit the library or bookstore and use the print and mail services. As a center for education, faith and art in NW Denver, we also welcome you to attend a lecture, a concert or a religious service. We encourage you to take advantage of all that our campus offers.

Encouraging Students as Neighborhood Citizens

We believe in helping our students learn from their mistakes. We use conduct concerns as an opportunity to educate them about good decision-making and showing respect to others. We also take proactive steps to get ahead of any possible conflict by educating them about how to be a good neighbor. We emphasize:

  • Taking care of their home
  • Getting to know their neighbors
  • Contributing to their neighborhood and lending a helping hand as they are able
  • Keeping their neighbors informed in advance, such as for social gatherings
  • Keeping social gathering size reasonable
  • Cleaning up after a gathering
  • Resolving disputes directly with those involved

We love being part of the neighborhood with you and want to do our part to be a good neighbor. If you have a concern with any student that can’t be resolved, please choose a reporting option below that is convenient for you:

  • Fill out a reporting form with Campus Safety OR
  • If you prefer to talk to someone, please call Campus Safety during business hours (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.) at 303.458.4122.
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Federal Blvd Safety

In early 2019, The Regis University Community Council and WalkDenver teamed up to bring attention to the urgent safety improvements needed on the Federal Boulevard corridor.

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Location and Contact Information

Community Relations

Campus Location:
Main Hall 1st Floor


Hours: 
Monday-Friday
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Contact:
303.458.3548
outreach@regis.edu

 

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