is a Roman Catholic liberal arts
and sciences college located in Weston, Massachusetts
. Founded as a women’s college
in 1927, Regis became co-educational
Regis College is a Catholic liberal arts and sciences institution founded in 1927 by the Sisters of St. Joseph
. The college took its name from the Reverend Mother Mary Regis Casserly, who established the Sisters of St. Joseph in Boston
in 1873. After eight decades as a competitive women's only college, Regis enrolled its first co-educational class in fall 2007, and now enrolls approximately 15,000 Undergraduate and Graduate students.
Located on a former estate in the suburb of Weston, Massachusetts, Regis is twelve miles (19 km) from downtown Boston
The School of Arts and Sciences at Regis offers Bachelor's and Master’s level programs. Undergraduates may choose between 24 academic majors and 32 minors. Graduate students may study Education, Public Administration, Health Administration, Organizational and Professional Communication.
The Regis College School of Nursing and Health Professions is the academic home for numerous Undergraduate and Graduate health professions programs including: Nursing, Social Work, Radiography, Gerontology, Health Product Regulation, and Health Administration.
Additionally, Regis College has cross-registration privileges with Babson
, and Boston College
as well as a... Read More