Regis University's mission as a Jesuit institution is rooted in our sense of responsibility towards the vulnerable, poor and marginalized among us. A spirit of service is woven through the fabric of our university, and we are proud to offer a variety of opportunities for students to give back to their communities and become engaged members of society.
Give back and make an impact for a more just, humane world.
St. John Francis Regis University Service Society (RUSS) programs have provided thousands of Regis students with service opportunities like street walks delivering food to the homeless, tutoring at inner-city Catholic schools, bringing donations to local charities and serving meals to the elderly and in need.
RegisCorps challenges students to become leaders in the service of others through classroom and experiential learning opportunities. Following in the footsteps of St. Ignatius, RegisCorps invites students into a transformative leadership experience, preparing them to dedicate their lives for the common good.
An alternative pathway through the First Year Experience, En/Route seeks to link the practices of eloquentia perfecta with the skills and virtues required by another Jesuit ideal, that of being women and men in service of others through a yearlong, weekly service component.
Spring Break Service Trips
Alternative Spring Break Trips are designed to engage students in issues of social justice through cultural immersion. The goal is to have students fully live out the mission of Regis University: being in service for and with others and others and gaining a sense of solidarity with our brothers and sisters throughout the world.