Library, Learning Commons, and Student Disability/Testing Services Information - COVID-19

This guide serves as a resource to update Regis University on operations and services.


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.

DML 4th floor reopened

The 4th floor of DML has reopened, we ask that you continue adhering to social distancing and mask requirements. There are 2 small individual study rooms at the east end of the floor in addition to individual carrels. Happy studying!

Prospector update

Prospector borrowing and lending has resumed in a modified capacity as member libraries have more staff on site or are reopening. The list of libraries that have resumed Prospector is being updated weekly. Questions? Contact

Fireside pickup starts August 16th

The library has two options for contactless pickup of physical materials, curbside and fireside pickup.
Walk in the front door of the library and turn right to the fireplace lounge for a quick pickup of your pre-requested items. Available during all library open hours, follow the directions below for curbside pickup and request fireside pickup instead.

Reserves update

The electronic reserves (e-reserves) system is restored. Print reserve materials will be minimized for Fall 2020 terms. Please see Reserves Update - Fall 2020 for more information.

Curbside pickup starts June 22nd

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:

  • Email the Circulation desk at
    Include your name and Regis ID number as well as the information about the items you're requesting.
  • You will be notified via your Regis email address when items are pulled and ready for pickup. Instructions for pickup will be included.
  • Pickup will be available Monday - Friday between 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Items will be checked out to you at point of pickup.

This service is currently limited to Regis students, faculty, and staff.


Equipment checkout
Please contact the Digital Initiatives and Preservation department ( to checkout and schedule equipment pickup.

Library materials

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 ( to schedule a drop off time.

All returned items will be quarantined for 24 hours before being removed from your account. All late fees will be waived.


Is the library accepting donations?
The library is not able to accept donations of books or other materials.

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Departmental contacts

Access Services:

  • Archives & Special Collections:

  • Digital Initiatives & Preservation:

  • Discovery & Collections:

  • Research & Instruction