When the time comes, it's ok to cry... but try not to make a scene. After all, they'll come home again (most likely for food, money and to have you do laundry).
To celebrate Earth Day and thank our community for acting on their values, we attached baseball tickets to pieces of trash scattered around campus. We used hidden cameras to see who would pick them up and how they would react.
Learn more about the essential values of a Jesuit liberal arts and sciences education in a recent talk by English professor Mark Bruhn.
Visit http://volunteer.unitedwayfoothills.org/HOC__Volunteer_Opportunity_Details_Page?id=a0CU000000LeMN0MAN to volunteer and register.
Regis undergraduate student Nenani Sichone '14 takes us around campus to see what people really love about Regis.
Beloved Jesuit and professor Fr. Charles Shelton leaves legacy of service and scholarship.
The future of every Regis student is impacted by the support of our generous donors.
Did you know a football isn't really a ball? Professor Hart explains the science behind its shape.
Description: Dr. Barbara Tschoepe, Dean of Regis University's School of Physical Therapy, welcomes interview candidates for the Class of 2017.
Do you ever wonder what happens at Regis over Christmas break? Well, here's your chance to find out. Music performed by Regis University music faculty Marc Sabatella
Featuring current student Shannon Hayes. The Regis brand campaign exists to tell our story â€” who we are and what we do. It's about our promise of academic excellence and our commitment to serving the greater good. We're intentionally provocative in the way Jesuit education always has been and we challenge people to ask tough questions and to take action for the things they believe. Simply put, the campaign marks the (re)introduction of Regis University, by boldly saying and in no uncertain terms, "This is Regis."
Dr. Rod Carter, Dean of Regis University's School of Pharmacy, welcomes interview candidates for the Class of 2018.
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On September 20th, 2013 Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions and Regis University's Office of Alumni Engagement welcomed Dr. Ned Calonge, President and CEO of The Colorado Trust, to present on "What's on the Horizon: The Impact of Upcoming Healthcare Reform." A panel discussion and networking reception followed. We are very excited to announce that this event will be happening next year on September 19th, 2014. Mark your calendars!
Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions and the School of Physical Therapy present the Fellowship in Manual Therapy. For more information on this program, please visit our website: http://www.regis.edu/RHCHP/Academics/Degrees-and-Programs/Certificate
http://www.educationelevated.com Regis University // Denver, Colorado This is more than just your average study session This is 7 a.m. on a Saturday morning, when everyone else you know is still asleep This is: I want to be a doctor. And if that means sacrificing a little sleep and a lot of time -- so be it. Ambition. Elevated. Produced by Regis University Brand Marketing Featuring Jordan Hames, Regis University pre-med student
http://www.educationelevated.com Regis University // Denver, Colorado This is more than just your average math lesson more than just numbers, equations and solutions This is staying late with a student, no matter how long it takes to make sure he understands, that he's worth it. Career. Elevated. Produced by Regis University Brand Marketing Featuring Dawn Axelson, Regis University alumna
http://www.regis.edu As a witness to war, Regis alumnus Mike Quering offers a deeply personal link to the past.