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Reviews 244 total reviews with an average rating of 3.2

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3 College Junior

Overall Experience: Regis is a peculiar school. I've enjoyed my time here, especially with my professors. They're friendly, understanding, and knowledgeable in their subject areas. Classes can be challenging, but they're never unfair. The small size of the school and the focus on health sciences mean the liberal arts programs are very small, with the arts being near non-existent. With the new "Humanities" degree, I would suggest all prospective liberal students go elsewhere, as your degree won't be reflective of your desired major.

The students are friendly, and it's not too difficult to meet people. There aren't many interesting events or clubs on campus. If you want to have a fund day out, I'd recommend using the shuttle to go into Boston. But, when it comes time to go back to the school, leave yourself time to make it to the shuttle. If you miss it, it won't turn back around, and you'll be stuck waiting for the next one (regardless of the weather). Some of the good drivers will make extra trips later at night, but don't rely on that to get home in the winter.

The food is also pretty divisive. Some students like it well enough, many can't stand it. My roommate and I have gotten very sick from the food, several times. My other roommate tends to be fine. As a result of this, focusing on work became challenging, and working out became impossible. This has resulted in me cooking almost all of my food myself. This can become an expense, but don't expect the school to let you drop the meal plan, either.

As negative as this review sounds, it's not a bad school, it just makes a lot of stupid decisions. The experience is what you make of it.

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3 College Junior

Overall Experience: There are many different events to bring students and the community together but not many participate. The professors are understanding and willing to help students with both academic and personal problems. The technology, tutors, and resources are available when students need them. There isn't much diversity and there are not a lot of interesting clubs to join. The dorms and cafeteria aren't that great. Most students are in cliques and do not try to interact with others a lot.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Everyone has respect and kindness instilled in them; it's a very large family. Professors are more than just teachers. They are counselors, advisors, friends, big brothers/sisters, confidants. "Big enough to lead, small enough to care."

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4 College Senior

Overall Experience: I am a student athlete and I love the campus and family feel Regis has to offer. Going into my senior I have learned alot from Regis not just what was in the books or class in was studying for.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: It's not a bad school, but it is small

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3 College Freshman

Campus Food: I do think the food has great taste but it is becoming a routine to me as I watch myself eat the same things

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4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Although it is a small campus, Regis College does a great job at separating each level of college students so that we are always around students our own age and do not feel uncomfortable.

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3 College Sophomore

Athletics: Regis College is a division three school, so many students are athletes. The athletic complexes are fairly new, but only a few sports are options on campus.

1 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: Regis does not help students find off-campus housing. Students will look in either Waltham or Framingham, options are limited, and there is little safety in the area.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: There are very few places that provide delivery for Regis. Many students resort to Dominos Pizza or Asia Wok for food options. Weston does not have many options, so students must travel out of town in order to find options. No place has student discounts for Regis College.

3 College Sophomore

Administration: Regis is not very strict. It is average. Many students who are caught violating the drinking policy undergo a judicial trial, and if they are caught three times, they lose their scholarship.

4 College Sophomore

Scholarships: I applied for financial aid as a freshman through FASFA but did not receive any. Regis provided me with an extremely generous merit scholarship. Many students come to Regis because it provides the most money of all colleges they apply to. It is very affordable for students.

3 College Sophomore

Party Scene: Parties on campus usually dances held in the LSU or Café. Student organizations run the parties, BSO is known for the best, but they are usually like high school dances. They are very safe; Campus Police is always there checking students and guests with a metal detector. Parties in dorms are usually athletic run, very dangerous, and usually result in transportations.

1 College Sophomore

Campus Food: Meal options in the Café are terrible. They offer only a few options and no options for people who have dietary restrictions, like gluten free, vegan, or vegetarian. Many students order off-campus delivery, but that can get expensive. Meal plans only work at on campus dining options.

2 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: The dorms are clean and like any other college dorm, but it can be quite annoying. I am currently a resident assistant, and I notice that the social atmosphere is lacking, and I do everything I can to bring it up, but it can be very difficult. Regis is now building a new addition to Maria Hall where there will be suite-style living for students, but the cost will be higher than usual (cost still unknown to students and faculty). The campus is extremely small, so it is easy to get anywhere from any dorm. The housing process is going to be different this year, the department of resident life is trying to make it easier for students.

3 College Junior

Majors: One semester long internships required for most majors.

4 College Junior

Majors: Easy to get into my program, harder to get into some others.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: It has been amazing. I've made amazing friends, and have gotten such a an amazing education.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I love Regis. I've had my ups and downs, but I have had some of the best experiences in my life. I wouldn't change it for thee world.

5 College Junior

Diversity: We have such a strong presence of diversity

4 College Junior

Guys & Girls: For a school that used to be an all girls school, the amount of guys on campus is great.

3 College Junior

Academics: As a Communication major, it is a great program. but the school focuses primarily on its nursing program.

3 College Junior

Academics: great classes. Small enough to get to know your professors well.

4 College Junior

Athletics: We have many NCAA champion teams

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3 College Junior

Campus Food: The food isn't great, but it isn't terrible. It's healthy, and tasty, but it isn't presented well so people tend to find it "gross". Most people complain about the food, but that's because they don't want what's offered, and don't bother trying to get better options.


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