A gift to the Regis Fund provids life-changing opportunities through scholarships and financial aid, powerful experiences, and enriching academics. But don’t just take our word for it—watch the video above to hear from some of the students whose lives were changed thanks to your generosity.

 

 

SCHOLAR + Donor STORIES

Shayla Flannery '21

“Regis helped prepare me for the real world by gaining hands-on experience through my clinicals and preceptorships and helping me build professional relationships to help guide my career. I feel confident and ready to take the next step into becoming a nurse after graduation. My scholarship means the world to my family and helped ease some of our financial burden, allowing me to reach my goal of becoming a nurse.” Watch the video to learn more about nursing major and scholarship recipient Shayla Flannery ’21.


 

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Biology major and scholarship recipient Katharine Ives ’22 shares her Regis journey with a short Q&A. Watch video.


Dimitri StewartTEAM WORK

Dimitri Stewart ’22 seized the opportunities available at Regis through student groups and athletics to help him grow and move closer to his goals for life after graduation.

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Alexa PetkewichSCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT SOARS TO NEW HEIGHTS

Nursing major and S. ThérèseHiggins, CSJ, Scholarship recipient Alexa Petkewich ’22 makes her mark and steps up to work the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Jacob Desjardins MOLDING THE FUTURE

Jacob Desjardins ’23, an education major and Regis Diverse Educators Scholarship recipient, is committed to being the champion that every child deserves and shares how Regis is helping him to fulfill this dream

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Lydia MillerLLARC SCHOLARSHIP SPOTLIGHT

"Without the Lifelong Learning at Regis College (LLARC) Scholarship, I most likely would have struggled intensely my last semester. The support helped me soar to the next level. Now I have a future; I have advanced my career and I will have a professional title. I am the second person in my family to obtain a degree. I feel like there are infinite possibilities. I feel empowered to do more and be more.” 

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Lydia MillerCHALLENGE ACCEPTED

“I acknowledged that my Regis experience is for me to define; therefore, I got involved with activities on campus that allowed me to challenge myself and develop my leadership skills,” she nursing major and Sister Therese Higgins CSJ Scholarship recipient Lydia Miller ’23.

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Fred BeckmannVIRTUAL WELCOME

Exercise science major Frederick Beckmann ’22 welcomes the Class of 2024 at this year’s online orientation—helping to create a welcoming environment, offering support, and sharing guidance from his own experiences.

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Karina GomesSTUDENT SCHOLAR shines at cape cod luncheon

Nursing major and scholarship recipient Karina Gomes '21 shares her Regis journey and experiences working during the COVID-19 pandemic at that the Virtual Cape Cod Luncheon.

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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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Nicholas Sahagian ’20PAYING IT FORWARD 

“If it was not for my high school and Regis, I would not be where I am today. In the future, I plan to give back to the scholarship fund and open up opportunities for someone else. I try to pay it forward, whether it’s helping my friends with schoolwork or teaching my younger teammates tactics to improve,” says Sahagian, who was captain of the Regis cross country and track teams. 

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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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Donor Stories

 

A Gift for Generations

A GIFT for generations

Barbara Bagley ’70 describes Regis as “near and dear” to her heart, saying that it played an integral role in her life and career. That’s why she is a member of the Higgins Society and the Catherine Burke Society—she gives to Regis annually and included the university in her will to ensure future generations have the same opportunities to excel.

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Andrew BlanchetteHiggins society spotlight

“I owe Regis for who I am today. I was fortunate to have assistance through alumni gifts which is the reason I give annually. I hope my gift will give other Regis students their own chance to embrace everything Regis has to offer and shape their future selves." Andrew Blanchette ’13


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DONALD E. MCCREADYCAROL M. MURPHY ’60 AND DONALD E. MCCREADY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

Donald E. McCready established an endowed scholarship in memory of his beloved life partner, Carol M. Murphy ’60. “From a young age I was determined to pursue higher education,” says recipient Karla Aramayo-Lopez ’20 (pictured at left with McCready on campus). “This scholarship is such a blessing to me.”

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lori hankspaying it forward

Lori Hanks ’99 gives back to the Hannah Bradley Scholarship that helped her achieve her college dreams. “I truly hope that my gift to Regis will now find its way to another non-traditional student and impact their life as it did mine,” says Hanks. “To the future recipient of the scholarship, I say, ‘tag—you’re it!’”   

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