Clubs and Organization
Regis University has many clubs and organizations that you can connect with and meet others who share your interests. To find more information about a particular club, email the contact listed with that club.
Club President: Morgan Slaughter
Club Contact: Cindy Wander (Advisor) or Morgan Slaughter
Phone: Cindy - (303) 964-6018
Email: Cindy - firstname.lastname@example.org, Morgan - email@example.com
A club to promote awareness of mental health, reduce the stigma that is attached to mental health and inform ourselves and others about suicide prevention. Because this group plans events, new members are only accepted at the beginning of each semester. However, we are always open to help and support from the Regis community!
Alpha Epsilon Delta
Club President: Cassi Konopasek
Club Contact: Josh Gallegos
A pre-health honor society for students planning to pursue post-graduate studies and careers in the fields of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, physician’s assistant, physical therapy, and other healthcare specialties.
BSA (Black Student Alliance)
Club Co – Presidents: Tidi Haile-Selassie and Chukwufumnanya “Anita” Egbune
Phone: Tidi 720 343 6465 and Anita 720 833 1844
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Commuters At Regis
Club President: Sean Daru
Club Contact: Ryan Smith
To help build a community with off-campus and commuter students and bring that together with the Regis on-campus community.
Club President: Emmie Altepeter
Who to Contact: Emmie Altepeter or Andrea Stone
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: 314-630-2299, email@example.com phone: 303-717-1930
French club is dedicated to raising awareness about French culture and language. The meetings are in a language table format where all students are welcome to come and practice their French speaking skills. Also we try to broaden the knowledge of all students by putting on events that have a French cultural element/focus.
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)
Club President: Shayna Nixon
Club Contact: Shayna Nixon
GSA is an accepting and fun way to get involved in supporting the GLBT community at Regis.
JCRU (Jesus Christ at Regis University)
Club President: Cassy Gering
Who to Contact: Cassy Gering
Contact Information: email- phone-
A club centered around deepening our Christian faith through Bible studies, retreats, and dinners together.
Lambda Phi Eta (Communications Honor Society)
Club President: Angela Shugarts
Who to Contact: Angela Shugarts
Contact Information: email- firstname.lastname@example.org phone-
Communication Honors Society using communication skills to serve Regis and outside community. There are 13-14 student members.
NSCS Regis Chapter
Club President: Cassi Konopasek
Who to Contact: Cassi Konopasek
Contact Information: email@example.com
The Regis University Chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) was established in 2005. We are a student organization dedicated to community service. We strive to increase awareness about the importance of living a life of integrity and encourage the youth in our local community to further their education. These goals are reflective of our mission to honor and inspire academic excellence and engaged citizenship for a lifetime.
Club President: Angela Mercier
Club Contact: Angela Mercier and/or Jennie Babcock
Contact Information (Angela)
Phone: (303) 908-6917
Contact Information (Jennie)
Phone: (303) 746-2996
Club Description: OutRegis! is an on-campus theater group focused primarily on improv comedy, but also facilitates flash mobs, guerilla theater, one-act plays, and any other crazy comedic ideas that we cook up.
Peace and Justice Club
Club President: Joleen Ngoriaki
Who to Contact: Bobby Guerrero
Email- firstname.lastname@example.org phone-
The Peace and Justice Club strives to spotlight social issues that affect the less fortunate of society. Our organization will also do our best to contribute what we can (time, effort, activism, donations) to issues we can get behind.
Club President:Peter Aquino
Club Contact: Peter Aquino
Regis University’s Poetry Club, open to poets of all levels of experience (from those who like to hear it, but aren’t sure how to write it to those who have been published and been performing for years), in order to promote the preservation of the arts on a sciences-based campus.
Club President: Remmy Nguyen
Club Contact: Remmy Nguyen
Help out the pre-pharmacy students at Regis get information of how to get into a school and prepare us for the application, interviews, and Pharmacy school.
Regis Art Club
Club President: Melissa Piazza
Who to Contact: Melissa Piazza
Contact Information: email- email@example.com phone-
A. To expose members to art related topics above and beyond the classroom.
B. To instill within members an active knowledge of professionalism in the field of visual art.
C. To provide a setting for fellowship and visual growth for students, faculty, and other peoples in the community.
Res Judicata: Regis University Pre Law Club
Club President: Jason Kosloski
Club Contact: Jason Kosloski
Res Judicata, the Regis University pre-law club, is a place for all students interested in the legal professions to network, prepare, and dialog in order to further their own goals and impact the world. To accomplish this we have regular meetings, speakers, LSAT prep tests, and other activities.
Club President: Brittany Booton
Club Contact: Brittany Booton
An on-campus Christian ministry in which we will spend time with each other in the Word and in service to our campus, city and world through various forms of ministry.
Student Honors Advisory Council (SHAC)
Club President: Chelsea Coalwell and Olivia Tracy
Who to Contact: Chelsea Coalwell
Contact Information: email- firstname.lastname@example.org phone-
The Student Honors Advisory Council represents and programs for students in the Honors program. SHAC also facilitates programs enjoyed by the entire University, for example 60 second lectures which engages professors and students outside of the classroom
Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
Club President: Nikki Haberkorn
Who to Contact: Alisa Heronema
Contact Information: email- email@example.com phone-
Student Athletes discuss and vote on NCAA division II legislation, address student athletes’ needs (i.e. equipment, facilities), fundraising for Make-A-Wish Foundation among other charities, and encourage student body attendance at games.
Students for Life
Club President: Kristin Crocker
Who to Contact: Kristin Crocker
Contact Information: email- firstname.lastname@example.org phone-
Students for Life is a group of students who feel committed to promoting respect and dignity toward all human life. We wish to encourage students and faculty to form educated opinions concerning life issues while following the Jesuit mission of finding God in all things. We hope to be a welcoming, yet firm, presence on campus to support life.
Alpha Sigma Nu
Club President: Shannon Quirk
Club Contact: Shannon Quirk (Dr. Gray is our advisor)
Alpha Sigma Nu is a nation-wide honor society for students of Jesuit institutions of higher education who distinguish themselves in scholarship, loyalty and service. Juniors and seniors with at least a 3.5 GPA are invited to apply. We accept 4% of the applicants from each class (or approximately 11 students from each class). We partner with the Alpha Sigma Nu Alumni Club in the Denver area.
Asian Student Alliance
Club President: Aurelia Mandani and Peter Aquino
Club Contact: Peter Aquino
Phone: 1 (303) 525 - 7679
Students of the Regis community coming together to encourage Asian diversity.
CHOICES Peer Education
Club President: Elizabeth Kann
Club Contact: Elizabeth Kann
CHOICES is the peer education group on campus, putting on programs like UnBar, the Drinking Lab, Speed Dating, and Gatorade Pong and Sex Signals (the latter two in association with other on-campus groups) in order to teach our fellow students to lead a healthy life in college.
Club President: Diana E. Almanza
Club Contact: Diana E. Almanza
Mi Gente’s Mission and goals are to promote the awareness of the Hispanic and Latino heritage by embracing our cultural traditions, customs and beliefs with the community. Mi Gente strives to support the importance of appreciating other diverse cultures and equality. Diversity is beautiful.
Tri-Beta (Honors Biology Research Society)
Club President: Alexandra Lynch & Meghan Moroze
Club Contact: Alexandra Lynch
Tri-Beta is an honors biological research society for biology and related majors who are interested in pursuing research opportunities, both on and off campus. Tri-Beta serves to make students aware of these opportunities, as well as inform them regarding graduate school possibilities.