Regis University Library Resources, Services, and Events
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Can you see the finish line of this term? We can too.
We know how stressful this month will be for you and we are here to help. The library will have extended hours during finals week and will be hosting some "stress free" events in the library. For our online students, we are always available for assistance with resources and services. Our 24x7 chat librarians are ready for your questions but plan ahead and make an appointment with a librarian. The Learning Commons also provides online and in person appointments for writing assistance and subject tutoring.
The Learning Commons
Did you know that you don't need an appointment to work with one of our subject tutors? We offer walk-in sessions, besides appointments, in Study Skills, Business and Economics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Language (French, Latin, German, and Spanish) and Music, Computer Science, Mathematics, Neuroscience, and Psychology, Nursing, and Pharmacy (see regis.mywconline.com for current offerings).
To connect with a writing coach/subject tutor, make an appointment in three easy steps.
- Go to regis.mywconline.com (scheduler).
- Register/Sign in.
- Schedule an appointment.
Finals Week in the Library
Stress Free Events in the Library
We are planning some events in the library during finals week to help you relax during your study breaks. Pet a therapy dog, do some coloring, enjoy a yoga or drumming session and feel the stress melt away.
Please check our Finals Week Guide or our Facebook page where we will post a final schedule of events.
Study Room Reservations
Need space and silence to study? Reserve a library room.
How: The Online Room Reservation Form or in person at the circulation desk.
- Rooms can be reserved for up to 4 hours
- Rooms are available to parties of 2 or more.
- Check out room key at the circulation desk.
- Same day reservations only during finals week. No advanced reservations will be taken.
Extended Hours for Finals
Beginning Sunday, April 24th , the library will be open the following hours for finals week:
11:00 a.m. – 3:00 a.m.
Monday – Wednesday
6:30 a.m. – 3:00 a.m.
6:30 a.m. – midnight
6:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m
Do you need images for your next project or presentation? ARTstor has them.
Click on the "Enter Artstor Digital Library" button in the upper center and "Register" on the upper right. ARTstor is a comprehensive image resource library accessible for educational and scholarly use. With more than one million images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and social sciences available for export or download, you are sure to find images to fit your research.
National Library Week is April 10th-16th and this year's theme is "Libraries Transform". Did you know that Regis students can connect to Denver Public Library's print and online resource?
See the Denver Public Library Guide for instructions on how to complete an online registration form to access DPL's eBooks, streaming video and audio, databases, and DPL's unique online collections. Find a branch near you to check out print resources and search even more databases. Connect with DPL today!
Your Space - Your ideas
1st Floor Study Space
Please fill out the following survey by April 15, online or in print: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NTCNSWH
New Standing Tables
Are the tables too tall? What do you think about the location? Please let us know! Email us your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org
New Charging Stations
Coming soon! New charging stations for your mobile devices on all floors of the library. Look for the new stations by the printers on the 1st, 3rd, and 4th floors. A second charging station will be added in the computer lab area of the 2nd floor. Yet another great idea from our students! Thank you.
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Regis Santos--50 years of collecting
When: Month of April
Where: Regis University Library, Hartman Gallery
A number of santos from the Regis collection are being featured through graduation weekend in a display in the fireplace area and Hartman Gallery on the second floor of the library. Some of the 75 works have never been displayed, and others have been rarely seen. The santo collection was started in 1966 by Fr. Thomas J. Steele, S.J., and curated by him until his death in 2010. Starting with a single object from a second-hand store in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the collection has grown to nearly a thousand objects, and continues to grow.
Mile-High MFA celebrates National Poetry Month
Thursday, April 21st, 12-5pm
Dayton Memorial Library at Regis University, Front Steps of the Library
12-1pm: Front Range Poets
(Sommer Browning, J. Michael Martinez, Serena Chopra, Tina Brown Celona, Jennifer Foerster, Mathias Svalina)
1-2pm: Regis Undergraduate Poets
(Jacob Wilkerson, Jennifer Weibel, Nicole Norris, Marissa Martinez, Roxy Thomas, Andy Horner)
2-3: Loophole (Regis Literary Journal) Event
(Hosted by Michaela Marquez)
3-4: Mile-High MFA Faculty Reading
(Eleanor Swanson, Andrea Rexilius, Eric Baus, Chip Livingston, Marty McGovern)
4-5: Open Mic
(All students, faculty, and staff are invited to share one of their own poems, or a poem by a favorite poet).
FREE POETRY BOOKS! POETRY GAMES! REFRESHMENTS! AND MORE!
All readings & events will take place on the steps of the Dayton Memorial Library.
Free and open to the public.