Regis corps members get instructions for service projects

Regis Corps

RegisCorps is Regis University’s Leadership Development Program. Following in the footsteps of St. Ignatius, RegisCorps invites students into a transformative leadership experience, equipping them to be tomorrow's leaders, dedicated to making real change in the world. Through course work, workshops, conferences, retreats, field placements and service-learning opportunities, the program enables participants to explore and discover their strengths, develop their leadership skills and place them in the service of others.

RegisCorps is open to students from any academic major and can be completed in as few as three academic semesters.

  • RegisCorps members have the opportunity to participate in service trips.
  • RegisCorps members are eligible for the Elaine Perry Leadership Scholarship funds.
  • RegisCorps members are introduced accomplished community, business and non-profit leaders within the Denver community.
  • RegisCorps members have the opportunity to earn a leadership certificate that will enhance their marketability to future employers.
  • RegisCorps members build lasting relationships with their peers and memories that will last a lifetime!

Application Requirements

The application prerequisites to be fully admitted in the RegisCorps Leadership Certificate Program are:

  • An unofficial transcript that confirms good academic standing (applicant must not be on academic probation)
  • Resume that includes leadership experience
  • One letter of recommendation
  • Letter of intent
  • Completion of one para-curricular leadership course prior to applying (Heroic Leadership, Social Change, or Organizational Leadership)

Leadership Workshops

Students are required to fulfill four workshops in order to complete RegisCorps. The purpose of workshops is to help students build useful leadership skills. Each workshop will last 60-75 minutes covering topics that will enhance their experience in RegisCorps.

RegisCorps Clean Water Immersion, Nicaragua

RegisCorp students worked on clean water, improved sanitation and watershed restoration projects and other water-related community initiatives for a community in Nicaragua.