June 28 – July 1 – Extended Canada Day holiday
July 9 – FINCA – automatic cancellation of registration for students who have not made minimum payment.
July 20 – First day students may enroll on ACORN in September term and next January term courses.
July 31- Due date for ThM Declaration of Full-Time/Part-Time Status received by Regis College Registrar’s Office.
August 3 – Civic Holiday
August 7 – Due date of requests that require TST approval.
August 12 – TST registration deadline (REG = minimum fees ALREADY PAID) for September Term
August 14 –
August 28 –
September 7 – Labour Day Holiday
September 8 – TST Graduate Centre for Theological Studies (GCTS) September Language Exams
TENTATIVE, format may be adapted depending upon current state of COVID-19 restrictions: September 9 – Regis College Orientation Day (MANDATORY to all new January, Summer, and September term students)
September 15 – Classes begin for all students (Fall Term)
TENTATIVE: September 16 – MTS Synthesis Paper Orientation for MTS students, 3 PM
September 18 –
October 2 – FINCA – automatic cancellation of registration for students who have not made minimum payment
October 12 -Thanksgiving Day Holiday
October 26–30 – Reading Week; all students
November 2 – Convocation – St. Augustine’s Seminary
TENTATIVE, format may be adapted depending upon current state of COVID-19 restrictions: November 4 – Basic Degree Students Workshop (Fall) 3 – 4:30 pm
November 13 – Last day to drop HF and YF courses
November 14 – Convocation St. Michael’s College
November 15 – Due date for current students to send in late financial assistance applications for undistributed funds
TENTATIVE, format may be adapted depending upon current state of COVID-19 restrictions: November 20 – Chancellor’s Lecture; Regis College; 7:30 – 10 pm
Format may be adapted depending upon current state of COVID-19 restrictions: November 21 – Convocation: Regis College & Mass of Christ the King
December 4 –
December 14 – Last day of classes (September/Fall Term)
December 15 – 18 – Examination Week
December 21 – Christmas and New Year Holidays begin.
January 1 – New Year’s Day Holiday
January 4 – Classes begin for all students (January/Winter term).
January 5 – Grades (Fall term) available to students in ACORN
January 8 – Last day to add HS and YS courses
January 22 – FINCA – automatic cancellation of registration for students who have not made minimum payment
January 24 – TST Christian Unity Week (Sunday to Sunday)
February 15 – Family Day Holiday
February 16 to 19 – Reading Week (all students)
February 24: Basic Degree students workshop, 3 – 4:30 PM
March 5 – Last day to drop HS, YS, HY and YY courses
March 13 – Last day for current students to submit Financial Assistance Application for the next academic year
March 17 – M Div Comprehensive Exam Orientation 3 – 4 PM
April 1 – Last day of classes (January/Winter term)
April 2 – Good Friday Holiday
April 5 – 9 – Examination Week
April 20 – Grades (January/Winter term) available in ACORN to students
April 30 – MTS Synthesis Paper Proposal Approval due to reach Regis College Registrar’s Office
May 3 – Summer Session/Term Starts
May 6 – M.Div Comps Exam 9 am – 5 pm
May 7 – M.Div Comps Exam 9 am – 5 pm
May 10 – Convocation, Wycliffe College
May 11 – Convocation, Trinity College
May 12 – Convocation, Knox College
May 13 – Convocation, Emmanuel College
May 24 – Victoria Day Holiday
May 28 – Due Date for 2020 Graduation Application to reach Regis COllege Registrar’s Office. Late fee of $50 will apply after this date.
Monica Marcelli (PhD), Co-President
Artur Suski, SJ (MDiv), Co-President
Wilma Scherloski, Dean of Students
Brian Bajzek (PhD)
Blake Daly (MDiv)
Catherine Holtzheyer (MTS)
Young-Sook Kim (MAMS)
Roshan Kiro, SJ (MDiv)
Alex Llanera, SJ (MDiv)
Julio Minsal-Ruiz, SJ (MDiv)
James Sand, SJ (MDiv)
No one is a stranger for long at Regis College. Students, faculty and staff are dedicated to making our college a real community. The Wednesday Liturgy at 1:30 pm followed by a light buffet lunch is the spiritual and social engine of the week. To make this happen, Ministers of Hospitality greet worshippers, bake or purchase food, set it out and clean up. If you would like to help with this rewarding ministry, please see Wilma Scherloski.
Monica Marcelli (PhD)
Artur Suski, SJ (MDiv), Zane Chu (PhD), Beth McCutcheon (PhD), Penn Dawson, SJ (MDiv), …
Penn Dawson, SJ (MDiv)
Zane Chu (PhD), Beth McCutcheon (PhD)
Monica Marcelli (PhD), Sylvester Tan, SJ (ThM)
Beth McCutcheon (PhD), James Sand, SJ (MDiv)
Roshan Kiro, SJ (MDiv), Brian Bajzek (PhD)
Christopher Grodecki, SJ (MDiv)
Robyn Boeré (PhD)
This is the great extravaganza of Regis College – a night of abundant and delicious multi-cultural foods and exciting entertainment. Students, faculty, staff, friends and families proudly present one of their national dishes and everyone then celebrates the final amazing array of appetisers, entrees and desserts. After dinner, the entertainment program of music and other surprising talents is unveiled. It is an event that cannot be missed!
The Regis College students come from at least 33 different countries and sometimes require specialized information and support. The International Student Representative on Regis College Student Council coordinates informal opportunities for fellow international students to exchange information and strategies to adapt to Canadian society and a new academic environment throughout the academic year.
Phone: 416-922-5474 x266.
In addition to an annual orientation to the library, critical reading and academic writing for all incoming students, Regis College offers a specialized Orientation for International Students on Monday, September 21, 2015 from 4 to 5 pm in the student lounge. We have invited Aziz El Mejdouby, International Student Immigration Advisor, Centre for International Experience, University of Toronto to this session. Learn about the things you need to know about studing and living in Canada.
Prayer is the anchor that grounds all our work as Student Council. While all our meetings start and end with prayer, the fulcrum of the Regis College community is the weekly celebration of the Eucharist to which all Student Council members are strongly encouraged to participate in. In addition, liturgies are celebrated Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 1:10pm in the St. Marie Chapel. Throughout the academic year, every Thursday 12:30pm-1pm all are invited to an Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the St. Joseph’s Chapel.
1:30pm – St. Joseph’s Chapel
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
1:10pm – St. Marie Chapel
12:00pm to 1:00pm – St. Joseph’s Chapel
Student Council meetings are held three times each semester. They provide Regis students with an opportunity for open discussion on issues important to them and a way to become involved in activities sponsored by the College. The Council provides a liaison between the student body and the faculty. All students are welcome to attend meetings and are encouraged to volunteer to assist in the planning and execution of social and academic functions.
The meetings for 2016-2017 are:
|Wednesday, September 25, 2019||3:00 pm. – 4:30 p.m.||Classroom D|
|Wednesday, October 30, 2019||3:00 pm. – 4:30 p.m.||Classroom D|
|Wednesday, November 27, 2019||3:00 pm. – 4:30 p.m.||Classroom D|
|Wednesday, January 22, 2020||3:00 pm. – 4:30 p.m.||Classroom D|
|Wednesday, February 26, 2020||3:00 pm. – 4:30 p.m.||Classroom D|
|Wednesday, April 1, 2020||TBA||Classroom D|