These are the stories of the “we” in Now “We” Fly — the donors who invest in Regis and the student scholars whose lives are changed forever because of their support.


Caron Camille ’20 credits the Tower Scholarship with providing the opportunity to be at Regis taking on leadership roles. “Without the generous donors funding my scholarship, I don’t think I would be here,” she says.



CatrinaSense of Pride

Graduate student Catrina Peros ’19 enjoys the hands-on learning model of the occupational therapy program. Her experienced Regis  professors in conjunction with her field placements will have her well-prepared to take on this booming career.



Ariana McCormackPresidential Catholic Scholar shines at Regis

Communications major, Pride Guide, and SGA member Ariana McCormack ’20 keeps herself busy in the “finish in five” program, a track that will allow her to complete her bachelor and master degrees in five years.



Dexter JeantyBasketball star seizes opportunities

Orientation leader Dexter Jeanty ’20 tells incoming students that “Regis is what you make of it.” His scholarship allows the exercise science major to pursue his passions and make lifelong connections at Regis (his “second home”).



May Truesdell

Paying it forward

May Truesdell ’05, ’06 received her bachelor and master degrees at Regis. She credits her scholarship for making it possible, and now she gives annually to support the next generation.



Ebeny_TMother Knows Best: Student Scholar Finds Her Way

Ebeny Torres ’18, a double major in communications and humanities, debated delaying college so she could take time to save money; but her mother (her “greatest support”) said it was out of the question. Her scholarships made her journey from her hometown in New Jersey to Regis a reality.


Eileen and Peter

Investing in the Future

The Langenuses are the ultimate Regis power couple. They give generously, they volunteer their time, and they are advocates for all things Regis. They know an investment in Regis students is synonymous with an investment in a bright future.


EmilyA Dream Within Reach

For Emily Spillane ’19, the scholarships she receives now will help her follow a dream to attend medical school. See how the biology/pre-medical major balances the “life of science” with service, humanities, and even a little dancing.




Isaiah Wilson ’19 played in 21 basketball games during his freshman year. He is sophomore president of the Student Government Association. His GPA is strong. And though his success has taken hard work, he is grateful for the opportunities he has found at Regis.


Judy LauchTime To Fly

Judy Murphy Lauch ’68 credits Regis with instilling confidence, determination, and inspiration in her that led to a successful career in the tech industry. Now retired, Lauch makes giving to Regis a priority, and she committed a campaign pledge to Now We Fly for one main reason: results.


Michael Robincheau

First Impressions and Fresh Starts

For Michael Robicheau ’19, Regis life extends beyond academics. His experiences as a “whole student” and a diagnosis of Crohn’s Disease shape who he is and provide a foundation to succeed in a nursing career.


John Tegan

A Touching Tribute

Now Board of Trustees chair John Tegan made a gift to name the first floor of the Library in honor of his late wife, alumna Lorraine DeStefano Tegan ’63–forever leaving Lorraine’s legacy at Regis.