The library building is currently closed as we work to ensure a safe environment for our staff and the university community. This gradual return to in-person service includes safety process and adjustments to library service points, workspaces, study rooms, and other communal spaces for social distancing.
Our virtual services continue and we encourage users to utilize our online information resources and services; you will find links to these resources and services on the left.
Curbside, contactless, pickup service is for current Regis University students, faculty, and staff to obtain materials from the Dayton Memorial Library. To initiate a pickup request:
Prospector borrowing and lending of physical materials is still suspended due to the large number of libraries that have closed during the pandemic. We will provide updates as we have more information from the Colorado Association of Research Libraries.
Please contact the Digital Initiatives and Preservation department (email@example.com) to checkout and schedule equipment pickup.
Can I return books or DVDs?
Yes, the book drops in front of the library and behind the library in lot 2 are open for returns. We will periodically sanitize the book drop handle as we empty the book drops.
Can I mail books or DVDs to the library?
Yes, we recommending sending them using library mail rate through the United States Postal Service. Send your materials to:
Regis University Library
Attention: Access Services department
3333 Regis Blvd., D-20
Denver, CO 80221
Can I return equipment to the library?
Please contact the Digital Initiatives and Preservation department (firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule a drop off time.
All returned items will be quarantined for 72 hours before being removed from your account. Due dates for all library materials currently checked out are extended until August 17, 2020 and all late fees are waived.
Where can I print?
Regis students can print in the labs on the lower level of Carroll Hall.
Is the library accepting donations?
The library is not able to accept donations of books or other materials.