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Regis University Appoints First Lay and Latino President in School History

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Regis University Appoints First Lay and Latino President in School History

We spoke with President Salvador Aceves. Ed.D., to learn more about his experience and his vision for the future of Regis.

From Slave to Saint

Julia Greeley is being considered for sainthood, but whatever the Vatican decides, her life and works inspire.

Sound and Color

Regis pharmacy professor studies the viral TikTok trend, brown noise, and whether it can calm ADHD symptoms by regulating the release of dopamine.

On A Mission

How the Regis community is living Magis by helping asylum seekers from Venezuela.

Women’s Basketball Posts Stunning Season

The team nobody expected to go anywhere nearly went the distance in the NCAA Division II National Women's Basketball Tournament.

Education Unbarred

Regis prison education provides transformation and insight to those on the inside – and the outside.


Regis music instructor's short film pays tribute to artists who brought healing after 9/11.

Faith and International Education Inspire Aspiring Teacher

When some kids are asked what they want to be when they grow up, their answers might evolve from astronaut to basketball player to movie star. For...

Cop Turned Professor Makes Crime a Classroom Favorite

After 20 years in a Regis classroom, Associate Prof. Don Lindley still packs them in with true-crime stories of his undercover years on the Denver...

For Morris Price, Jr., it’s the human impact, not the dollars, that matter

Price remembers his mother speaking these words to him decades ago: “Let them make the money. You keep changing the world.”

Regis Prepared Colorado’s First Latina Congresswoman for Success

First-generation college student and Regis alumna, Yadira Caraveo is the first Latina US Congresswoman to represent Colorado.

Original roof of Main Hall to be replaced for first time in 136-year history

The original mansard roof of Main Hall will be replaced starting this summer, adding a new chapter to an iconic Denver structure that has endured...

Regis University to host Denver Mayoral debate

Regis University will host the Denver Mayoral debate between Kelly Brough and Mike Johnston at its Northwest Denver Campus, 50th Ave./Regis...

Regis Names New Chief Academic Officer

After a national search, Regis University has named Jake Bucher, Ph.D., a sociologist who researches social injustice and the experiences of...

Photos: Regis celebrates the class of 2023

Regis celebrated the class of 2023 this past weekend, recognizing graduates' hard work and achievements over their time at the University.

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