Get started with Robotics at Regis College

Regis College is a Catholic liberal arts and sciences institution founded in 1927 by the Sisters of St. Joseph. The college's name is inspired by the Reverend Mother Mary Regis Casserly, who established the Sisters of St. Joseph in Boston in 1873. After eight decades as a women's only college, Regis enrolled its first co-educational class in fall 2007. As of 2015, approximately 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students were enrolled at Regis. As of 2016, the school had an 11 to 1 student/faculty ratio. Forty-five percent of the Class of 2014 had professional employment at graduation.

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235 Wellesley Street, PO Box 87, Weston, Massachusetts 02493
(781) 768-7120

What Regis College can offer you.

The Center for Global Connections overseas academic and service-learning initiatives for students. The Regis Haiti Project is an international faculty partnership initiative to help elevate Haitian nursing education and empower Haitian nursing faculty through the master's degree to teach others across Haiti. Regis offers an accredited pre-school and kindergarten program at its Children's Center. The program teaches children from the age of 15 months to six years old about science, math, engineering, and technology. In 2005, Regis founded a Life Long Learning Program that offers courses taught by volunteers to older adults at the Regis College in Weston campus.

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