SCHOLAR & DONOR STORIES


Evan Russell ’20 GREAT OUTDOORS

Biology major Evan Russell ’20 aspires to work in wildlife biology and conservation to make a positive impact on the environment.

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Wildnese Leveque ’21GLOBAL STRIDES

Inspired after a service trip to Haiti, scholarship recipient Wildnese Leveque ’21 has dreams to pursue travel medicine after graduation to help the underserved.

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Cesar Da Silva ’21 LENDING A HELPING HAND

Exercise science major and scholarship recipient Cesar Da Silva ’21 learned on his first day at Regis that the community is founded on members coming together to support and help one another—a core value that will help him achieve success after graduation.

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Felicia McGinnisStriving for Inclusive Excellence

Through community outreach, Felicia McGinnis ’20 hopes to provide awareness to the deaf community and American Sign Language.

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Bernice BoatengStudent Scholar Shines at NYC Christmas Reception

Nursing major and scholarship recipient Bernice Boateng ’20 shares her Regis journey—from her first visit to campus, to winning a GNAC conference championship with the track and field team, to her dreams to work in pediatrics and further her nursing career after graduation.

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Amanda Matias Stronger Together

First-generation student Amanda Matias ’20, reflects on her academic journey and the love and support she received from her family—and the Regis community—that has led to her success.

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TREVON WRIGHT ’20Q&A with Trevon Wright ’20

Trevon Wright ’20, a global business major, opens up about his Regis experience—why he chose Regis, mentors who have helped him along the way, and his plans for after graduation.

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Abigail CookeLasting Impact

Abigail Cooke ’20, a biology major and Presidential Catholic Schools Scholarship recipient, is grateful for the service opportunities available at Regis that have connected her with volunteer organizations that are making a difference in communities all around the world.

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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”).

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Lily WyandCELEBRATING WOMEN IN STEM

“Without the Flatley Scholars Program, I would not have been able to accept my dream internship at Boston Children’s Hospital as a Genetic Counseling and Research Assistant, a position that prepared me to enter the workforce after graduation,” says biology major Lily Wyand ’20.

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 CatrinaLEADING THE WAY

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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John Tegan

A Touching Tribute

Board of Trustees Chair John Tegan made a gift to the Now We Fly Campaign to name the Tegan Commons in honor of his late wife, Lorraine DeStefano Tegan ’63. The renovated Library offers a modern study space for the community to connect and work together.

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Young school of nursing

The family of the late trustee emeritus and longtime supporter Richard “Dick” W. Young, PhD, and Sheila Young, made a gift to name the Richard and Sheila Young School of Nursing—a nationally-recognized Center of Excellence in Nursing Education.

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Eileen and Peterinvesting in the future

“We believe that investing in Regis is investing in the future of America. The dream of a better future can be achieved by supporting our students today,” says Eileen McCormick Langenus ’78.

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