Regis College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education
Founded in 1927 by the Congregation of
Sisters of St. Joseph Boston
Among The Princeton Review’s
“Best Regional Colleges”
Ranked among the Top 25 Fastest-Growing Colleges by The Business Journals
“In recent years, Regis has become a powerhouse in professional and graduate education in nursing and health sciences. As a result, our university has become increasingly visible locally, nationally, and internationally.”
Dr. Antoinette Hays RN, Ph.D.
Our core values of the college really resonate and merge nicely with our program core values of service to our community as public health servants. The program is service-oriented, the faculty are service-oriented, and my personal background has been service-oriented and working in public health is just a great fit.
Frazier B. Beatty
PhD, MPH, CHES
Program Director, Online Master of Public Health
We know every student by name. We could mention a student’s name and all the faculty are going to know who that is. We probably all know a little something about the student because we actually spend time getting to know our students. And so I think it’s really unique that we have this community.
Donette C. Considine
Program Director, Online Master of Social Work
Our mission includes taking care of you as a whole person, educating you as a whole person. Not just your part as a health care professional but making sure that you understand taking care of your dear neighbor, making sure that you’re taking care of your community and those that are less fortunate than you.
DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC
Assistant Dean, Online Graduate Nursing
At the Sloane School of Business & Communication, we are dedicated to training the next generation of leaders in business and the non-profit world by teaching them to be continuous learners and agile professionals. We use real-world partnerships to provide real-world training; we draw upon our extensive private-sector experience to walk students through the workplace challenges they will face tomorrow, not yesterday.
William Koehler, Ph.D
Dean, Sloane School of Business and Communication, Professor of Management