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SOMOS seeks to promote community awareness of issues important to the Hispanic, Chicano/a/x, and Latino/a/x community as well as create a welcoming environment for all students to network and create new life experiences. We hope to bring knowledge/awareness to Regis community about our culture to create tolerance in our everchanging demographic. We also support the Jesuit mission of the search for truth, values, and a just experience.

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Asian Student Alliance (ASA)

The mission of the Asian Student Alliance (ASA) is to: build relationships among Asian students, increase diversity on campus by sharing a variety of Asian cultures, values and experiences, and to promote Asian awareness to the Regis community.

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Black Student Alliance

The Black Student Alliance strives to bring diversity to the campus through African, Black-American, and Afro-Caribbean culture. The group seeks to provide a safe and family oriented group for all of those open to diversity. BSA aims to spread a feeling of inclusion throughout the student body, and in the process breakdown stereotypes and prejudices.

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Queer Student Alliance (QSA)

一道本不卡免费高清The Queer Student Alliance, is in accordance with Regis University's Jesuit Mission and the principles of social justice by: 

1. Supporting those who are marginalized because of their sexual orientation and/or gender identity, as well as their allies.
2. Promoting a safe and inclusive campus environment for all members of the Regis University community.
3. Engaging the Regis University community in dialogue about the complexity of gender and sexuality.

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    Social Justice & Diversity Committee

    The Social Justice and Diversity Committee provides leadership for RUSGA in the areas of diversity, inclusion and social justice. The Vice President of Social Justice and Diversity works in conjunction with the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence and Student Identity groups to program and host events that strengthen Regis University's commitment to developing and supporting a diverse student community. In addition, the Social Justice and Diversity Committee are expected to enhance the Regis University Student Body's awareness regarding social justice and diversity issues. As such, it encompasses creating and maintaining a programming system that links multiculturalism, diversity and education with a sense of stewardship.

    Queer Resource Alliance

    The Queer Resource Alliance (QRA) aims to create an inclusive, equitable, and supportive environment for community members of all orientations and gender identities by providing leadership, education, and advocacy related to challenges and issues faced by Regis LGBTQIA+ faculty, staff, students. Please send an email to for more information about QRA or to schedule a Brave Space Training for your office or student group.
    Training Description: “Brave Space” is similar to the “Safe Zone” LGBTQIA+ inclusivity workshops common at many Jesuit universities across the country. The curriculum is a 3-hour “Gender and Sexuality 101” training meant to introduce Regis community members to issues and terminology relevant to LGBTQIA people, as well as how to be an ally to the queer community. 

    Regis University defines a first-generation college student as a student whose parent(s)/legal guardians have not attended a college or university. This means that the student is the first in their immediate family to attend a college/university.

    The ODEIE understands that with access to higher education questions and concerns may arise that the student or their immediate family may not be able to address. Differences between students whose parents attended college and those who have not are evident in the lack of parental experience with the college application process, how these students prepare for college both personally and academically, why they choose to attend college, and in their overall personal experiences. Through several partnerships, the ODEIE can provide continuous academic and financial support to first generation and/or limited income students who are in the transition-to-college process. All this while fostering a sense of community and connecting students with resources across campus. 

    The Denver Scholarship Foundation

    The Denver Scholarship foundation provides scholarship that serve as an incentive for Denver Public School students to work hard in school and make plans to continue their education past high school graduation. Students work closely with the Associate Director of Diversity & Student Engagement to ensure their success at Regis.
    For more information contact DSF’s campus liaison.