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YOU BELONG HERE Close-Knit Community. Rigorous Academics. Welcoming Environment. For more than 90 years, Regis has empowered students from all backgrounds to pursue academic excellence in a vibrant Catholic community. As we expand our majors and offerings around the globe, our mission remains the same—to provide students a highly personalized, challenging educational experience that will enable them to change lives and be a force for good in the world.

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Visit regiscollege.edu/ugacademics for the most up-to-date list of majors.

SCHOOLS: ARTS & SCIENCES BUSINESS & COMMUNICATION HEALTH SCIENCES NURSING

I love that professors at Regis know me as a person rather than just a student in their classroom. My first year, one of my professors noticed I was homesick and took the time to sit with me outside of

class and talk through ways to get involved. I've grown so much due to their support.

Arlin Cimen ‘19 Major: Nursing

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STUDENT-FOCUSED Personable. Empathetic. Mentors. Our professors take a values-based approach to teaching that focuses on a student-centered experience. MAJORS AND PROGRAMS

International Relations

Biology

Latin American Studies (certificate)

Biomedical Engineering Communication Criminal Justice Studies Cybersecurity Diagnostic Medical Sonography Education with licensure in: › Early Childhood Education › Elementary Education › Middle School Education › Secondary Education English Environmental Sustainability Exercise Science Global Business Management Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities

Laboratory Operations Management Mathematics Museum Studies (certificate) Music Neuroscience Nutrition Psychology Public Health Religious Studies Social Work Sport Management Spanish Theatre Women’s Studies

› History and Culture

PRE-PROFESSIONAL & SPECIAL PROGRAMS

› Liberal Arts

Pre-Dental

› Creative and Performing Arts

› Literature and Writing › Media, Memory and Culture › Philosophical and Religious Studies › Politics and Global Studies › Race, Ethnicity and Diaspora Studies › Teaching for the 21st Century* › Teaching for the Humanities** Neuroscience Nuclear Medicine Nursing Nutrition Psychology Public Health Social Work Sport Management Therapeutic Recreation Undecided***

Pre-Healthcare Advising › Occupational Therapy › Physical Therapy › Physician Assistant Pre-Law Pre-Medical Pre-Veterinary Pre-Medical at St. George’s University School of Medicine Pre-Veterinary at St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine

FIVE-YEAR MASTER’S TRACK Students have the option to take graduate-level courses as an undergraduate and apply them to the following master’s programs:

MINORS

Communication

Accounting

Education

Art Athletic Coaching

Health Administration Regulatory and Clinical Research Management

Biology Communication Communication Disorders Data Analytics Economics English Exercise Science Global Business Management History, World Languages and Cultural Heritage

*with licensure in Secondary Education, History and English **with licensure in Elementary or Early Childhood Education ***Students who are undecided have the opportunity to work with an academic advisor to explore majors that meet their goals and interests.

CURRENT LISTING AS OF FALL 2017.


CHAMPIONSHIP DRIVEN Competitive. Fierce. Involved. Our student-athletes excel on the field as well as in the classroom. 18 NCAA DIVISION III ATHLETIC TEAMS: Men’s

› Basketball › Cross Country › Lacrosse › Soccer › Tennis › Track and Field › Swimming and Diving › Volleyball Women’s

› Basketball › Cross Country › Field Hockey › Lacrosse › Soccer › Softball › Tennis › Track and Field › Swimming and Diving › Volleyball

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REGIS COMPETES IN THE GREAT NORTHEAST ATHLETICS CONFERENCE (GNAC)


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35 CONFERENCE TITLES

3.2 AVERAGE STUDENT-ATHLETE GPA

100% FULL-TIME COACHING STAFF

MASCOT: PRIDE


SUBURBAN CAMPUS 90% of undergraduates live on campus 800+ programs in residence halls Free laundry facilities 24/7 Campus Police

Free academic support center and tutoring services 3 fitness facilities Dunkin’ Donuts on campus

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Car sharing programs and daily shuttles to the nearest train (The “T”)

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Boston Common, the Freedom Trail, and the Public Garden

5 major sports teams: Bruins, Celtics, Patriots, Red Sox, and the Revolution

Shopping at Newbury Street, the Prudential, and Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market

Harvard Square and Cambridge across the Charles River

Concert halls, museums, and theaters

International foods and festivals in Chinatown and the North End (Boston's Little Italy)

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CREATE YOUR OWN JOURNEY Get involved, explore your passions— our supportive community will find a way to help you balance your interests, from athletics and research to internships and leadership opportunities.

I live in Maria Hall suites with three of my closest friends. It’s great being able to get to places on campus quickly—my classes, the library, and the dining hall are all close by.

Your internship doesn't have to be in an office. I've traveled all over the country from New Jersey to Houston doing a little bit of everything for major music shows. Event set-up, client relations, sound checks—you name it, I've done it.

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10 The minute I first visited Regis I knew I belonged here. I now work as a Pride Guide giving campus tours– I love meeting prospective students and showing them what I love about Regis.

A WEEK IN THE LIFE

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“I’m currently interning at GrooveBoston and getting Volleyball is so much more than

hands-on experience in the music industry. It’s incredible

a sport to me. My teammates

to take what I’ve been learning in my communication

are like brothers and it's my way to relieve stress and stay active.

classes and apply it in my day-to-day life.”

I'm excited that Regis has moved into the GNAC conference which means more competition for our student-athletes.

Major: Communication Hometown: Norwalk, California


1,118 HOURS OF SERVICE COMPLETED LAST YEAR

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MAKING THE CHOICE TO CHANGE THE WORLD Our students don’t settle for just living in the world—they want to make it a better place. Choosing Regis gives you the opportunity to make a difference and engage in the world around you, whether through service projects or a more spiritual approach. › Rebuild homes in New Orleans › Run youth summer camps at a Sioux reservation in South Dakota

› Teach health education to children in Kenya and Haiti › Help former gang members become honest, active members of society in Los Angeles

› Work with the local community in Villa El Salvador, Peru › Participate in one of the local service projects in honor of Regis' annual Founders' Day of Service

› Attend weekly mass at the university chapel › Engage with other members of the Regis community through Thoughtful Thursdays at the Peace Pole or visit our non-denominational Peace Room.


STUDY ABROAD SPOTLIGHT: Taylor Garner '19 unbelievable experience. I’m involved in several clubs at the University College of Cork

Studying abroad in Ireland has been an

from astronomy to law to political science. I’m so grateful to have this opportunity.

Major: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities–Politics and Global Studies Minor: International Relations Hometown: Richmond, Vermont Clubs & Organizations: Student Government, Track & Field, Amnesty International

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BROADEN YOUR HORIZONS If you want to see the world, our Center for Global Connections will make it happen. Choose from one of our flexible study abroad options that range from a week to a semester. You can choose to study almost anywhere— we will work with you to customize your global experience. Countries where Regis students have studied include: › Argentina › Australia › Chile › China › Cuba › England › Granada › Ireland › Italy › Japan › South Korea › Spain Students in the Global Business Management major may also choose to spend a semester in Milan or Cyprus as part of their program.


96% STUDENTS EMPLOYED FULL-TIME OR ENROLLED IN GRADUATE SCHOOL SIX MONTHS AFTER GRADUATION

My internship experience was great because everyone in my office was very supportive and encouraging. Having this opportunity allowed me to gain real-world experience and was especially helpful as I begin a graduate program in Marketing and Communications.

Major: English & Communication

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Ana Hildago '17


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PURSUING YOUR PASSION We help you pursue your educational goals beginning the moment you are accepted. In addition to generous scholarships and institutional aid, students may also secure funding through the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA). Career preparation is integrated into the classroom starting your freshman year. Our Center for Internships and Career Placement will guide you through the Explore, Prepare, Launch model that is unique to Regis. You'll learn how to connect your major to your career, receive training on résumé and cover letter writing as well as interview skills, and launch your career search with the help of networking and LinkedIn training. REGIS GRADUATES HAVE GONE ON TO WORK AT:

› Boston Children's Hospital › Brigham and Women’s Hospital › Brown Brothers Harriman › ESPN › John Hancock › Lahey Clinic › Mass General Hospital › New England Patriots › Veterans Administration


95% FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS RECEIVE MERIT-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS OR INSTITUTIONAL AID

DEADLINES & COST Regis has a rolling admission policy. Students may submit their application at any point during the year. We also offer Early Action and Priority Application deadlines.

1/1 11/15 Early Action deadline for the fall semester for first-year applicants

Enrollment deposit for spring semester due

4/1 2/1 Priority application deadline for the fall semester for first-year applicants

Transfer enrollment deposit deadline is based on the date of admission.

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Priority deadline for fall semester for transfer students

5/1 Enrollment deposit due for fall semester due for first-year students


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APPLY TO REGIS Applying to college may seem complicated, but it doesn’t have to be! Follow our admission checklists to navigate the process. FIRST-YEAR STUDENT CHECKLIST › Common Application with $50 non-refundable fee (payable to Regis) › Essay › Official secondary school transcript › First-quarter senior year grades and/or mid-term grades › One signed letter of recommendation on official letterhead from a secondary school counselor/college counselor or teacher

› Optional submission of SAT or ACT results with the exception of

home-schooled students, those interested in applying to the Nursing major and those interested in the St. George’s University accelerated medical/veterinary school program

2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR

TRANSFER STUDENT CHECKLIST

Tuition & Fees $39,820

› Essay

Room & Board $14,740

› Official transcripts from all colleges or universities attended

Regis’ FAFSA School Code 002206 regiscollege.edu/ financialaid Estimate your financial aid award with our Net Price Calculator at regiscollege.edu/npc

› Common Application with $50 non-refundable fee (payable to Regis)

› Official high school transcript or General Equivalency Diploma score report

› One letter of recommendation from an instructor or, if applicable, an employer › Mid-term grade report of courses in progress

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CHECKLIST › Official TOEFL, IELTS, or CAE scores › English translation of all high school and college/university transcripts if they are in a foreign language

Note: Transfer international students who have taken courses at a university outside of the United States must submit transcripts to a credential evaluator for a credit evaluation of each course. Translations must be performed by an official agency.


Visit Regis and explore why YOU

BELONG HERE

Schedule a campus visit or take a virtual tour at regiscollege.edu/ugvisit

Office of Undergraduate Admission 235 Wellesley Street, Weston, MA 02493 866.438.7344 admission@regiscollege.edu

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