Begin Your On Campus Living Experience To begin your experience of living on campus, sign up online through the Regis Housing Portal. Learn more about our Residency Requirements here. HousingApplicationSpecialRequestsSummerSessionSpringSession If you are going to be a first-year student for the upcoming academic year, you are eligible to live in either O'Connell Hall or DeSmet Hall. If you are going to be an incoming transfer student for the upcoming academic year and you 1) have lived in a college/university residence hall for at least two consecutive semesters (not including summer) or 2) are over the age of 21, you are eligible to live in either West Hall, Residence Village or Ignatian Village. If you have a disability or medical condition that requires you to have special accommodations such as a single room, please submit your written request with the below required documentation by a doctor or licensed mental health professional by the request due date of each year to Student Disability Services. Please do not submit documentation to Residence Life. Documentation must be on letterhead from a physician or licensed mental health professional and include the following: A diagnosis. Is impact of the condition life threatening if the request is not met? Is there a negative health impact that may be permanent if the request is not met? Is the request an integral component of a treatment plan for the condition in question? What is the likely impact on academic performance if the request is not met? What is the likely impact on social development if the request is not met? A decision about your request will be made by a panel of professionals who will notify you of the decision in writing. Please note these decisions are kept confidential. Disability/medical requests will be evaluated in conjunction with the housing sign up timeline. *Please be aware rates may vary based upon accommodation needs. Important Dates for Disability/Medical Housing Requests Upperclassman Requests Due: March 12th First-year and Transfer Requests Due: June 20th First-year and Transfer Decisions Sent Out: June 28th Disability/Medical Housing Requests for Returning Students All students MUST reapply for a disability or medical single room each academic year. If you wish to continue having a disability or medical single room or would like to request a disability or medical single room for the 2013-14 academic year, you must submit current and complete documentation to Student Disability Services by March 12th, 2013. For questions, please contact the Office of Residence Life, Housing and Event Services. Summer Housing On campus housing is available to undergraduate students currently enrolled in Regis College or Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions. Students will reside in a Residence Village unit or in an off-campus house (Ignatian Village). Throughout the summer, there is a student staff presence in each summer housing site, 24 hour emergency on-call staff support, and building access by a room key only. Summer Housing Application Summer Housing Rates Double Room = $200 per week or any portion of a week Single Room* = $250 per week or any portion of a week *On a space available basis Application Process The application for summer housing can be found at the top of this page. Students may apply for housing from March 25 through April 16. Students must be enrolled in Summer Session to stay on-campus during the summer. Housing is available and will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Anyone not signed up for housing by April 16 runs the risk of not being housed. Students with questions should contact the Office of Residence Life, Housing and Event Services at 303.458.4991 or by email. Residence Hall Check-in/Check-out Procedures For Fall semester, please refer to your housing assignments letter for check-in information, as dates and times vary according to academic standing. For Spring semester, check-in will be from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on the Sunday prior to the beginning of each session. Any other arrangement needs to be made in advance with the Office of Residence Life, Housing and Event Services. Students may check out any time prior to 12p.m. noon on the Saturday following the conclusion of the session in which they are enrolled. Students will not be able to stay longer or arrive any earlier without prior approval. Students who need special accommodations should notify the Office of Residence Life, Housing and Event Services when applying for on-campus living. Community Guides Regis University encourages its summer students to enjoy our campus facilities. However, consistent with its educational mission, Regis University reserves the right to regulate and/or prohibit certain activities within the boundaries of the campus. All summer students are required to abide by the Student Code of Conduct as outlined in the Student Handbook. Students in violation of the Code of Conduct may be removed from their summer housing and will be processed through the Regis University disciplinary system. Are you returning from Study Abroad, you are a Transfer Student or you just want to move on campus for your spring semester? The housing application for Spring 2014 is now available online.