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Student Affairs

Student Affairs encompasses a wide variety of resources and programs that will enhance your student experience outside of the classroom. Student Affairs is home to cocurricular programs and services that promote student learning, health and wellness, safety, leadership development, and engagement.

Creating and Maintaining a Safe Community for All

The division’s staff works with faculty, administrators, and alumni to create a safe and welcoming community for all. It is our mission to support the holistic growth of graduate and undergraduate students in all aspects of their personal, professional, social, and spiritual lives. It is our hope that you will take the time to learn about, and utilize the many services that Student Affairs offers as we believe that they will help guide you towards success as a student here at Regis!

Empower, Transform, Engage, and Support. These are the guiding principles of the work we do in Student Affairs. We are here to ensure that you have a successful and meaningful college experience outside of the classroom. As a division, we are composed of 12 departments under the Vice President of Student Affairs.

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Dr. Barbara J. Wilcots, Vice-President for Student Affairs
Division of Student Affairs

These departments provide an abundance of services, resources and programming to ensure your success and to help guide you on your path to changing the world.

The Bookstore

Campus Safety

Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD)

Community Standards and CARE

Dining Services

Event and Conference Services

Fitness and Wellness

Mail, Print and Copy

Military and Veterans Services

Office of Counseling and Personal Development (OCPD)

Outdoor Programs and Recreation (OPR)

Parking and Transportation Services

Regis University Student Government Association (RUSGA)

Student Health Services (SHS)

Student Housing

Student Life

Victim Advocacy and Violence Prevention (VAVP)



Reporting an Incident

Behaviors that contradict the values of Regis University are addressed by staff in the Dean of Students Office and in Equal Opportunity and Title IX Compliance.

Incidents involving students who are alleged to be in violation of the Student Code of Conduct (alcohol, drugs, harassment, vandalism, theft, etc.), can be reported by completing an Incident Report Form. Please explain the behavior(s), who was involved, and when and where this happened. You will receive a response to your report soon after your email is received.

Report Discrimination Bias and Retaliation

Report Discrimination, Bias, and Retaliation on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender, disability, age, religion, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, parental status, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other legally protected status.

Report Sexual Misconduct

Report Sexual Misconduct: Sexual Harassment, Nonconsensual Sexual Contact, Nonconsensual Sexual Penetration, Sexual Exploitation, Intimate Partner Violence, Stalking, and any sexual conduct that takes place without consent.

Report a Student of Concern

Students who may be in distress, crisis or are experiencing hardship that is having a significant impact on their ability to attend to their studies may need additional support. Complete a Student of Concern (SOC) form for additional support services to be offered.

Reports of Discrimination, Bias, and Retaliation or Sexual Misconduct can also be reported by contacting:

Kassandra Alberico, Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator
303.964.6435
titleix@regis.edu

Regis University
3333 Regis Boulevard, B-4
Main Hall 133
Denver, CO 80221-1099

Supporting Students of Concern

The Dean of Students Office is committed to providing care and concern for all of our students. Have you ever been concerned about a student in your class, a friend, a roommate but didn’t know what to do or say? Have you ever considered what you would do if a student acted out in class or in your residence hall? Our goal in the Dean of Students office is to provide a safe and easy way for you to let us know about your concerns.

 

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Office of Student Affairs

Location:
Student Center Room 215


Hours: 
Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.


Contact:
303.458.4086
studentaffairs@regis.edu