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Vaccines (and gift cards) coming to Regis’ Thornton Campus

Tepeyac Community Health Center and Regis University’s Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions are partnering to bring COVID-19...

Regis named top 10 Military Friendly school

Regis University’s Military Scholars Fund helps veterans complete their degrees.

Denver mayor, Regis University to dedicate new Safe Outdoor Space

Regis University is dedicating a new Safe Outdoor Space (SOS) at 10 a.m., June 10, to honor the people and partnerships involved in bringing humane...

Summer movie series coming to Regis University

Regis University will welcome the campus community and neighborhood to Boettcher Commons this summer for RegiRama, a free outdoor movie series.

Temple University partners with Regis for special pharmacy master’s degree

The Regis University School of Pharmacy and the Temple University School of Pharmacy partner ti increase learning opportunities for pharmacists.

Regis University to require coronavirus vaccine for fall classes

To protect the health of its students and employees and to ensure a full return to in-person teaching and learning this fall, Regis University will...

Regis University to provide homes for temporary 'Safe Outdoor Space' emergency housing facility

Regis University has announced it will partner with the Colorado Village Collaborative (CVC), the Saint Francis Center and the city and county of...

In-person attendance at Ranger sporting events resumes

Regis University has lifted the “no fans” rule at home athletic events that was instituted in mid-March to ensure the safety of...

Innovation Challenge gives competitors a chance to win big

Regis University’s fourth Innovation Challenge concludes at 7 p.m., Friday, April 16, online and at the University’s...

Regis University prepares for return to in-person classes this fall

Regis University has announced it plans to return to a normal academic schedule, which includes in-person instruction and exams, for traditional...

Regis to conduct in-person commencement ceremonies; guests limited

Regis University has announced it has received local public health approvals to conduct in-person, outdoor commencement ceremonies starting at the...

BYU wins 2021 Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition

The two-day contest hosted by Regis University simulated a business scenario cyberattack.

Regis University to Host First Virtual Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cybersecurity Defense Competition

Regis University will host the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (RMCCDC) for eight teams this month to test their cybersecurity...

Regis University extends no-fans rule through rest of semester

Regis University has announced that the “no fans” rule at home athletic events will stay in effect for the spring sports season for the...

Regis University announces Regis College interim dean

Regis University has named Heidi Barker, Ph.D., as its interim dean of Regis College, effective June 1.

Regis earns ‘Military Friendly’ designation

Regis University ranked 4th among private institutions offering doctorate degrees in the 2021-2022 Military Friendly® School designation.

Regis University announces new chief academic officer

After a national search, Regis University has named Karen Riley as its new provost, effective May 1. In this role, Riley will serve as the chief...

Regis University partners with Coca-Cola

Regis University recently embarked on a multi-year partnership with The Coca-Cola Co. to quench thirst on its three Denver campuses.

Regis' Our Lady of Loretto Grotto receives impressive makeover

In 1891, Br. Ben Tovani asked for, and received, permission to transform pieces of stone and timber left over from the construction of Main Hall...

WWII focus of first 'Stories from Wartime,' in its 26th year

Regis University’s Center for the Study of War Experience will open its 26th annual Stories from Wartime lecture series on Feb. 25 with a...

State board reauthorizes Regis University’s Division of Education

The State Board of Education has reauthorized Regis University’s educator preparation programs following a successful joint site visit from...

Regis University to feed 400 families with food grant

Regis University food pantry organizers are feeding more than 400 families this week thanks to a $10,000 grant from the Denver Department of Public...

Creighton, Regis expand an already innovative partnership

A newly inked agreement between Creighton University and Regis University in Denver demonstrates how cooperation between Jesuit universities can...

Regis is first Jesuit university to join national employee tuition network

Regis University recently partnered with the Denver-based Guild Education to provide higher education certificates and degrees for employees at...

Regis University’s Higher Learning Partners Chosen to Unite University of Tennessee Campuses Online

Higher Learning Partners at Regis selected by the University of Tennessee to unite the system’s four campuses.

Regis University Innovation Center Launches Fourth Innovation Challenge

The Innovation Center in the Anderson College of Business and Computing at Regis University recently launched its fourth-annual Regis Innovation...

Regis University adjusts its spring 2021 calendar

Since we expect COVID-19 to remain a serious public health concern through next summer at least, the University has adjusted the spring 2021...

Regis University provides teletherapy services in Thornton

Thanks to a generous grant from the city of Thornton, the Regis Center for Counseling and Family Therapy is able to equip qualifying clients within...

Regis provides outdoor learning options on campus

To help students learn safely and effectively, Regis University has established outdoor teaching spaces for use in pleasant weather during the fall...

Brewing Diversity

Regis University and Station 26 Brewing Co. to provide craft beer scholarship to underrepresented students.

Regis University and HealthONE Forge Partnership

Trusted institutions collaborate to provide educational opportunities and foster healthcare workforce growth

Plan for Traditional In-Person Classes

For students in our on-campus, traditional, undergraduate and graduate programs and some health profession programs, classes will start a week...

CARES grant benefits counseling clients

The City of Thornton awarded a grant to the Regis University Center for Counseling and Family Therapy, allowing the center to equip some...

In observance of Juneteenth

On June 19, 1865, emancipation for more than 250,000 enslaved people in Texas became a reality when Major Gen. Gordon Granger and his 1,800 troops...

Regis University celebrates DACA ruling

Regis University President Rev. John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J., issues a response to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling concerning the DACA program

Power Pops Protein takes first place in 2020 Regis Innovation Challenge

Regis alumnus Ben Williamson’s startup, Power Pops Protein, took first place in the 2020 Innovation Challenge, a business competition...

Regis University adopts test-optional admission policy

Changes will benefit students applying for Fall 2021

Regis University president's statement on the death of George Floyd

A message from Rev. John P. Fitzgibbons, president of Regis University, in response to the unjust killing of George Floyd and the violence...

Regis’ fall semester to start early, end on-campus classes by Thanksgiving

Regis University has announced it will welcome students back to its Denver area campuses this fall but will start classes early and end on-campus...

Reinking receives physical therapy field’s highest honor

School of Physical Therapy dean named Catherine Worthingham Fellow by APTA.

Regis announces integrated business and information sciences college

In the new Anderson College of Business and Computing, Regis students will be able to pursue degrees that combine business, computing and analytics.

Regis University postpones Commencement, will survey graduates about alternative plan

Due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and related bans on gatherings of more than 50 people through May 11 in Denver, Regis University...

Regis University to extend virtual learning to end of semester

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, caution and care for the Regis community, and the need to minimize additional disruption to the learning...

Regis University to suspend classes March 16, resume online March 19

Regis University will move all of its on-campus classroom instruction to online learning environments starting March 19, 2020 to address concerns...

Women and Leadership Conference will be March 14 at Regis

Fourth-annual event looks at career pathway differences.

Regis University to host its ninth cybersecurity competition

Two-day event simulates business scenario cyberattack.

Regis announces new integrated business and information sciences college

Students will be able to stack certificates from business and computer science into one degree.

Regis University to host forum for Democrats vying for U.S. Senate seat

Eight of nine candidates will attend Feb. 11 event on campus

Regis University to host ‘Stronger Together’ cybersecurity summit Jan. 28

Daylong event features Regis cyber experts and industry leaders from Arrow Electronics, the state of Colorado, CenturyLink and more

Innovation Center announces finalists for 3rd annual Regis Innovation Challenge

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

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