Resources for Parents and Families

Current and future Regis Ranger parents and families,

Welcome to our parent and family page! I have the privilege of serving as your Parent and Family Liaison. I love Regis and feel grateful to have spent the last 16 years here in various roles. Sending a child or loved one to college can present many questions and challenges. I am here to help make that process easier in any way I can. I hope that the resources here on this page will be helpful. Please reach out to me anytime if you need support or have questions. That is why I am here.

kristi-gonxalves-mccabe-signature.pngKristi Gonsalves-McCabe
Parent and Family Liaison
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Kristi Gonsalves-McCabe Parent and Family Liaison
Victoria Kinoti moving her beloved son into the Regis University dorms

Parent and Family Orientation

As part of our SOAR program and Ranger Welcome Week, parents and families are encouraged to attend specific programming designed to answer all of your questions. Learn about valuable resources available to your student, how to support them in their transition to college and more.

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Family Events

Throughout the year Regis University hosts events like Athletic EventsGraduation and Commencement, and Blue & Gold Weekend where a student's family is encouraged to attend.

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Adjusting to College

Whether your student is thousands of miles away from home, or driving back to the house daily, navigating the transition from High School to college has its challenges. Every family and student makes that transition in their own ways. We’ve got some helpful thoughts about that transition.

Adaptarse a la universidad

Adaptarse a la universidad

Ya sea que su estudiante esté a miles de millas de distancia de su hogar, o que conduzca de regreso a casa todos los días, navegar la transición de la escuela secundaria a la universidad tiene sus desafíos. Cada familia y estudiante lleva a cabo esa transición a su manera. Tenemos algunas ideas útiles sobre esa transición.

Student Safety

Student safety is always our top priority on Regis' campuses. Students automatically receive emergency information via their Regis email but must sign up for emergency text alerts.

Important Resources

Student Housing

View Regis' various living options.

Meal Plans

Pick a dining plan that fits you.


Buy books, school suplies and Regis swag.

Student Affairs

Enhance your student experience outside of the classroom.

Academic Catalogs and Calendar

Stay informed about the academic year.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

We are committed to making our campus welcome to all.

First Year Experience

From curriculum, to academic advising and mentoring, we want to provide your student with everything they will need to succeed.

Counseling Services

Talk with someone who can help you navigate through school and life.

Career and Professional Development

Work on your resume or search for job opportunities with a trained expert.

Military and Veterans Services

Learn about the benefits that are available for Military and Veteran students.

Medical Services

Providing all the resources students may need to stay healthy and safe year-round.

University Ministry

All are welcome to participate in our wide array of spiritual and community engagement events.


Learn more about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Title IX Office

Learn more about the steps we are taking to stay in compliance with Title IX.

Victim Advocacy and Violence Prevention

We are committed to keeping all students safe on all of our campuses.

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Affording College

Learn about the various ways to finance your degree plan as well as ways to stay financially responsible.

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Student Mail Services

All resident student mail is normally delivered to student mailboxes by 12 noon on weekdays. Feel free to send your student a care-package, letters, or something sweet to lift their spirits and stay connected.

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First Year Experience

The Office of the First Year Experience supports students transitioning into the Regis community and our learning environment and oversees the academic orientation, core studies and advising and mentoring of first-year students.