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Regis 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 northwest 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 has to offer.

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Front Door Newsletter

Stay informed on events at Regis and in the community with the Front Door newsletter.

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Horseshoe Market

The Horseshoe Market, established in 2010, is Denver's home for unique shopping experiences and 'lucky finds.' The indie craft flea market hosts pop-ups around the Denver metro area, showcasing hundreds of local makers, artists and vintage collectors, food trucks and more. The Horseshoe Market in Lot 3 (50th Avenue and Lowell Boulevard) on September 24. It is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Safe Outdoor Spaces

Regis University partnered for over a year with Colorado Village, the Saint Francis Center and the City and County of Denver to provide humane shelter for people needing temporary emergency housing due to the pandemic. This is Regis’ Jesuit Catholic mission in action.