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Reviews 265 total reviews with an average rating of 3.2

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4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: When you work hard, opportunities are not hard to find. Regis has so many connections and so many employers want to hire a graduate from Regis. They know they are getting a student who worked hard for their degree and is motivated to work hard in their professional career.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Good size rooms and great on campus vibe! Living on campus allows you to really get to know other students in your community. It's a great way to build friendships and get to know more of the student population.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: It is functional for both students and student athletes.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Among my diverse group of classmates there are similarities in our motivation and drive to do well. We support and help each other so that we can all be successful and the professors want that for us. The staff is amazing here.

5 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: I loved AIC, the President takes the time to get to know everyone's name, and spend a lot of time in the quad getting to know all the students on campus, he even takes the time to get to know potential recruits for sports when they are visiting campus. The professors are helpful and are usually professionals. They do what they can to help you succeed. If you make a lot of friends, campus life will be great and there will be a lot to do in terms of campus parties, house parties, and getting off campus to the bars. Student Activities always has events going on. My overall experience at AIC was amazing. It is all what you make it and how many things you get involved in and take advantage of. The more outgoing you are the better your experience will be

5 Recent Alumnus

Athletics: The majority of the campus is student athletes, which was great for me because I was a two sport scholarship athlete at AIC. The Athletes primarily stick together and support each other at their games. The fitness center at AIC isn't Top of the Line, but it has everything you need, plus a varsity weight room for team lifts which is great. There are two gyms which is AWSOME for scheduling practices and having efficient room to practice with your team. Both gyms are also big enough to get outdoor sports inside when the weather is too cold. However, the ice hockey team needs their own Ice Rink. Our turf field is one of the nicest in the conference, and probably in the area. The new athletics Director, Matt Johnson is going to do amazing things with the athletics program at AIC and I am excited to see all the amazing growth the Athletics at AIC make while under his leadership.

4 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: We have a lot of emergency lights around campus and have videos made to spread awareness and safety measures

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: My professors have been nice to me p. I wish there were more classes offered such as languages other than Spanish and Portuguese

2 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I lived in campus my freshman year and the rooms were too small and it was dirty. I didn't enjoy my experience at all. Now I am a commuter

4 College Sophomore

Athletics: We care for the teams. We are updated about the upcoming games and what happened in the games.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I like how you can be friends with anyone and how small the school is

2 College Junior

Athletics: we are d3, not that good

2 College Junior

Overall Experience: unless you go for nursing or health fields do not go

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3 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: The security guards and police officers are usually around campus most of the time.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Because Regis is a small community school, we the students get more of a one on one interaction, which I think helps many students succeed and learn. It makes the students feel important and a part of something bigger. The courses vary and the professors have a good background amount of knowledge.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: The alumni network is very important at Regis. They attend school events and interact with students. I have not yet tried to apply for an internship, but I am not too worried because there are so many different resources and people available all over to campus to help.

3 College Sophomore

Greek Life: I do not know much about the Greek Life at Regis College. We are not too big on that.

3 College Sophomore

Athletics: The girl's volleyball team won the championship for the second time in a row since I have attended. A good majority of the school attended their games and supported them the whole way .The men's basketball and soccer team's are also popular on campus.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Regis College lives through its values everyday. It is a diverse community that offers programs to all students. I think it is a competitive school. The professors care about their students succeeding. The school offers many programs to assist in studies, financial, and job wise. I would chose this school again because I have the best of friends and I appreciate all the time the professors took to help me.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: My favorite experience so far was meeting the great people I met my freshman who are now my friends.

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2 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I'm a freshman now, and I'm already working on transferring for the spring 2016 semester. This school advertises itself as a big family, and super welcoming when in reality it's a boring school full of weird a**holes. Little to no parties, and when there are parties, they're extremely exclusive. It's also in the middle of nowhere, and there is nothing to do on campus. Sports teams are boring and there is no greek life. Overall, choosing this school was a huge mistake. I wouldn't recommend it for anyone honestly, and I cannot wait to never go back.

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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.

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