The Regis University Library is dedicated to providing library resources and services to Regis students and faculty, without regard to their geographic location. Distance Learning students and faculty are defined as those persons:
- enrolled in or teaching a course at a location other than the Denver Lowell campus, or
- completing coursework online or through GIS and living more than 10 miles from the Lowell campus.
We're here to help
Don't hesitate to contact us no matter how simple or complex your question. Regis Library is committed to supporting our distance learners no matter where they are!
Resources that have been purchased by the library usually require users from off-campus to identify themselves. Your RegisNET account information serves as your username (example: stude354) and password for access to library resources. Once you have logged on, you can move from one resource to the next without having to log on again. When you're finished, simply close your browser to log off the system.
Need a RegisNET account? You can request one through WebAdvisor.
Questions? Please contact the reference desk at the Dayton Memorial Library at email@example.com, or by calling 303-458-4031 (1-800-388-2366 x4031).
We are able to deliver many library resources to you online. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the Subject and Course Research Guides.
Although Regis Library provides many valuable online resources, all the research materials you need are not necessarily online. Once you have identified the book or article you need, you have the following options for obtaining materials:
- Determine if the item is available at a local library. Keep in mind that public libraries may not have the kinds of resources needed to support college-level research.
- Order your items directly from Regis Library using Interlibrary Loan. To create your Interlibrary Loan profile, use your RegisNET username and password.
- If you are able to pick up materials at one of the Regis Colorado campus locations, you can request books through Prospector, a unified catalog for the major academic and public libraries in Colorado.