Student Success

Regis University offers all of our students a broad range of resources to support academic success and excellence. Students can easily find them online or on campus.

No matter where you are, we're here to help.

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Dayton Memorial Library

Take advantage of a full range of online and on-campus library services and resources.

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The Learning Commons

Home to The Writing Center, tutoring services and academic success workshops promoting student success.

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Career and Professional Development

Offering a range of services including resume building, networking and career tips to prepare you for life after graduation.

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Student Disability Services

Student Disability Services and University Testing actively works to eliminate barriers to equal access to the college experience. 

Academic Advising

Academic advising is an integral part of the educational process. At Regis, each student is assigned to an Academic Success Coach dedicated to helping you succeed. Here are some primary functions of Academic Success Coaches:

Assists in planning an educational program consistent with your capabilities and interests

Acts as an academic counselor during times of academic difficulty

Serves as an informational resource about the academic process and University resources

Refers you to other student services that can help with troubles outside of the classroom

Cornerstone Program

Undergraduate students in Regis College's School for Professional Advancement, the Anderson College of Business and Computing or Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions' Division of Health Services Education who are new to their respective program or transferring fewer than 45 credit hours will begin the Regis educational experience with Cornerstone, part of the University's adult learner core curriculum. This program cultivates the foundational skills you’ll need for your education and your career while introducing you to your peers for a cohesive learning experience.

SENSE Program

The Occupational Therapy SENSE (Support to Effectively Navigate the School Environment) program provides students with weekly help to afford occupational balance in their lives. Some students want to have a better understanding of resources available to them, others want help with time management and organizational strategies that best fit their learning style, while others want to feel more connected to the Regis community or learn how to advocate for their needs. With the support of graduate occupational therapy students as peer mentors, students are provided with 1:1 mentoring that focuses on their unique strengths and goals.