2019 Archives


Fall/Winter 2019 Magazine

The Fall/Winter 2019 issue of the Regis University Magazine includes everything from Elvis and zombies to Norman the therapy Newfoundland. Read...

Innovation Center announces finalists for 3rd annual Regis Innovation Challenge

Finalists will pitch to a panel of judges on April 17, 2020.


Regis University, contractor earn award for renovated Student Center

The recently completed project gets construction excellence nod from Associated General Contractors

Regis alumnus’ nonprofit gains $100,000 in backing to help veterans

Regis faculty mentored co-leader of Invictus Project.


Fall 2019 Rankings Summary

See a roundup of some of the top rankings Regis received as of fall 2019.

Healing the Mind

First-Year Stories: Texan Maegan Short begins her Regis career hoping to use her scholarship to work toward psychiatric research.

Blessing of the Hands 2019

The Regis University School of Physical Therapy gathered over 75 students from its Class of 2020 for the Blessing of the Hands at the St. John...


Inspiring Girls Through Science

The seventh-annual Regis University Science and Technology Camp in early July, led annually by professors Quyen Hart and Trisha Litz, taught STEM...

Regis awards diplomas to graduates in Kenya, Malawi

Students in refugee camps earn diplomas through Jesuit Worldwide Learning partnership.


‘Listen, Listen and Listen Again’

Students from Regis University’s Master of Development Practice program are breaking the age-old community development cycle.

Mobilizing Hope

Sarvesh Karkhanis uses his education at Regis University to improve the lives of others in his community in Mumbai, India.


Introducing Regi the Ranger!

Our fox is kicking Regis' spirit up a notch.


Redefining Success

Clayton Gonzales, a two-time Regis graduate who now works with youth at risk of becoming homeless believes success is best defined in relation to...


Put Down the Plastic

Regis aims to inspire an environmentally conscious culture through campus sustainability efforts.


Sharing An Experience

When she got to Regis Awah Tilong, a pre-med biology and sociology major, felt out of place. Although her initial experience at Regis pushed her...

The Next Chapter

Where Brandie Bernstein is today remains a testament to hard work, her values and a Regis University community that helped her mature into a...