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Regis celebrates inauguration of President Salvador Aceves

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Regis University is now accepting Early Decision applications

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Regis University Presidential Inauguration Set for Sept. 22

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Regis celebrates inauguration of President Salvador Aceves

Less than one year into his tenure as president of Regis University, Salvador Aceves, Ed.D., has overseen several moments of Regis history.

Regis University is now accepting Early Decision applications

Early Decision offers a direct path to admission, peace of mind and numerous other benefits to incoming first-year students.

Regis University Presidential Inauguration Set for Sept. 22

Regis University will inaugurate its new President, Salvador D. Aceves, Ed.D. on Friday, Sept. 22 on the Northwest Denver Campus.

Margaret Rueckert-Hartman honors Loretto Heights legacy with a new gift to build the next generation of health care professionals

It was the hilltop campus on South Federal Boulevard, beloved and recognized as Loretto Heights College, where Margaret Rueckert-Hartman attended...

Regis Celebrates National Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week and Hispanic Heritage Month

Regis University will join many higher education organizations across the country celebrating National Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week on Sept....

New course explores history of Mexican music

The rich history of Mexican music — from the start of the Aztec Empire to the Spanish conquest of Mexico to present day — has largely...

With a new six-figure gift, Pam and Steve Myrick enhance their endowed scholarship to support future generations of caregivers

TJ Myrick’s time on Earth was much too short: A bright-eyed boy with a big smile, he passed away just thirteen days after his first birthday,...

Photos: Regis kicks off a new academic year

The Northwest Denver and Thornton campuses are full of action this week as the traditional fall semester officially begins. View images from...

Regis University names Madhu Rao as academic dean of Anderson College of Business and Computing

Regis University has named Madhu T. Rao, Ph.D., as the next academic dean of the Anderson College of Business and Computing, effective Jan. 1, 2024.

New findings take Regis professor and collaborators closer to uncovering new physics

From the campus of Fermilab to his Regis classroom, Fred Gray has spent his career collaborating with scientists around the world to measure the...

What Price Beauty? Turns Out, Feminists May Be Willing to Pay More

If the label on your lipstick reads “Lancome,” are you more likely to be a feminist than if you wear Maybelline?

Barbie and the Makeup of Feminism

Study led by Regis University researcher, Mycah Harrold, reveals that women who consider themselves feminists spend more money on makeup than women...

A neighborhood tie leads to a generous gift for the future

The Gronowski family's $257,000 pledge is helping to seed Regis’ new revolving loan fund to spur alternative revenue-producing programs...

Regis senior uses billboards to bring awareness to gun violence prevention in Denver neighborhood

Last year, it was an image of a teddy bear and a gun on a coffin. This year, it’s an image of a gun with the message “Hugs not...

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