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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION
Library, Learning Commons, and Student Disability Services/University Testing COVID-19 service updates
Library spaces and service points have been adjusted to follow social distancing guidelines and masks are required in the building. Our online resources and services remain unchanged, including research help, tutoring, and writing consultations via Zoom. 24/7 chat is available to connect you quickly with help whether you’re located on or off campus.
Alphabetical list of Subject, Course, and Topic guides.
Use Lumen Classic, the Regis Library catalog, to find books, electronic books, DVDs, and more.
Use Prospector to search for and request items from Regis University or other regional libraries. When you identify an item you want in Prospector, click on the "Request this Item" link to have it sent to a Regis Colorado campus. You will need your Regis ID number to complete the request process.
Login here to see the Regis library and Prospector books you have checked out and to renew those materials online.
Search for online access to journals, magazines, and newspapers using publications name (e.g. Harvard Business Review).
Save the Date! Wednesday, April 14, is Regis Gives Day - Regis' annual online fundraising event that gives our community the chance to support what they love most. Consider supporting the Dayton Memorial Library Fund to support the expansion of flexible learning spaces and enhanced digital resources and/or the Loretto Heights College collection to support efforts to digitize more than 400 items representing the legacy of Loretto Heights College.regis.edu/givesday #RegisGivesBack
Regis University Library's Leave Your Mark program seeks to collect, archive, and provide access to stories, perspectives, and experiences of Regis University community members. Two projects have launched around capturing and documenting the impact of the coronavirus on the Regis community, as well as capturing stories and responses to the Black Lives Matter movement. Our goal is to collect materials that are reflective of all the diverse voices of our community, so that future historians, students, scholars, and researchers will understand what it means to be a member of the Regis community.