Ranger Traditions

At Regis University, we're proud of our Ranger community. Ranger Traditions are annual events where you can celebrate your hard work, have fun and show your Ranger pride!

Blue & Gold Weekend

Regis Athletics, Alumni Engagement and the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership are excited to introduce Blue & Gold Weekend! We are launching this new collaborative partnership to invite our current students, families, legacies and alumni to campus! Our events will include socials, outings, athletic games, panels and more. Come be a part of the larger Regis community and share the Ranger Spirit!

Whether you just joined the Regis family or have been part of it for generations, we want you to enjoy the campus and the opportunity to spend some quality time with your student in the beauty of a Colorado fall.

Two student overlooking Ranger Week festivities

Ranger Week

Nothing gets you closer to feeling like a Regis Ranger than participating in a week that has been celebrated for more than 50 years. Students organize each year’s theme and entertainment but it always concludes with a day of fun, music and food! Look forward to silent discos, hypnotists, food trucks, bouncy castles and showing of that Ranger Pride!

water activity with students during Welcome Week

Welcome Week

Welcome new students onto campus or celebrate being back! Learn new ways to get involved at our Club and Organization Fair, meet new friends at our socials and programs, and learn what resources and offices exist to help you succeed both socially and academically at Regis! There’s always live music, BBQs and lots of free food!

Snow Week

Our winter festival is celebrated between mid-November and early December to give you a breather before finals. Dress warmly for nighttime snow dodgeball on the quad. To round out a host of snow-themed festivities, the week ends with the Snow Ball. There’s no better way to beat the cold.

Christmas Tree Lighting

Ring in the holidays with hot chocolate, caroling and a spectacular reveal of our on-campus Christmas tree. Each year the lights are slightly different, but every year leaves you with the warm and fuzzies.

Class Photo

At the beginning of every year, we take the first-year student class photo. A lot can happen in four years. This is a great way for you to look forward and later, to look back.

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