From the moment you turn onto the tree-lined driveway, you will sense that Regis is a special place where you can experience the best of both worlds a closely knit, small-college community with easy access to big city life. Our beautiful, 132-acre campus is located in Weston, Mass., one of the state's safest suburbs, and is just 12 miles from downtown Boston, America’s ultimate college town.
Campus Facilities & Equipment
Our campus, situated on 132 landscaped acres of a former estate, is beautiful, historic, and updated. With ample and free parking, we are conveniently located near Route 128, I-95, and the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90). With the MBTA "D" green line just minutes away, undergraduate students can easily complete internships, clinicals, and practicum off campus.
Along with the great laboratories and classrooms, the Fine Arts Center offers an exhilarating mix of performing and visual arts. Opened in 1993, the Center provides cultural enrichment to the Greater Boston community while promoting the educational mission of Regis. Three state-of-the-art venues as well as classrooms, workshops, and lecture spaces allow the Center to present offerings that engage, challenge and offer students valuable experience as designers, stage technicians, scriptwriters, guest curators, actors, musicians, choreographers, and vocalists.
Athletic activities get a special boost from our excellent facilities, including the gym, pool, and state-of-the-art fitness center. Among our newest facilities are synthetic turf playing fields, an eight-lane track, tennis courts, and softball complex.
Located just 12 miles from Boston, Regis offers a countless number of opportunities for students to take advantage of in the city. Home to over 250,000 college students, Boston boasts a wide array of cultural attractions, world renowned historic sites, diverse communities, championship sporting events, and some of the finest research and medical facilities in the nation. With the Regis Shuttle running regularly, students are able to get to neighboring colleges and to the MBTA rapid-transit system with ease.
Student Organizations & Activities
Here is our best advice to students seeking a great college experience: get involved, stay involved. With more than 30 student clubs and organizations, there really is no better way to stay active, meet new people, and try new things. Whether it’s a musical or comedy performance, a multicultural celebration, a sporting event, or monthly “Pizza with the President,” Regis has something for everyone. And, on the off-chance we don't have the club or activity you're most passionate about you can start one of your own!
Regis College Clubs & Organizations
▪▪ Asian-American Association
▪▪ Black Student Association
▪▪ Campus Ministry
▪▪ Cape Verdean Student Association
▪▪ Dance Company
▪▪ DYNASTY Step Squad
▪▪ Education Club
▪▪ Gay-Straight Alliance
▪▪ Glee Club
▪▪ Latin-American Student
Minutes for Memories
▪▪ Mount Regis (Yearbook)
▪▪ Politics and Global Events
▪▪ Pride Photo
▪▪ Regis College Science Association
▪▪ Student Athletic Advisory Committee
▪▪ Student Government Association
▪▪ Student Nursing Association
▪▪ WRGS Radio Station
NCAA Division III Athletics
Teams, Intramurals and Classes
Swimming and Diving
Track and Field
Swimming and Diving
Track and Field
Health and Fitness Classes
Introduction to Martial Arts
Swim for Fitness
Regis boasts a "quiet," "calm," and "beautiful" campus "in a great area" 12 miles from Boston. It’s "small enough so everyone knows everyone else" and there is a real sense of community. "The students value that community and are sentimental about school traditions." "A lot of students participate in some type of sport." Student organizations "try very hard to hold activities on weekends that appeal to students," though most "go home," which can make for a "low-fun atmosphere." Otherwise, "Students spend time with friends during the week while attending classes" and there’s a "nice swimming pool." One student notes that "Regis has become almost a commuter school." "The campus is deserted on the weekend." A shuttle is available for students who want to venture off campus, but "Having a car is almost necessary." "For fun many people leave campus and go to other schools for parties." Of course, "the city of Boston" provides an endless array of things to do.