Room 015; ext. 241
Arnel is responsible for general supervision and maintenance of our lovely Regis Building. Arnel ensures that the building runs smoothly, efficiently and safely for all of our learning needs. His years of experience and service at the college has played an integral role to our success.
Room 123; ext. 250
Sonal came to Regis College as an MDiv student in 2011. While studying, she worked in Campus Ministry and Young Adult formation at the Newman Centre and continued to do so full time after her studies. She is now back at Regis College since the summer of 2017 to work in Student Life and Recruitment. Her work is centered on making students feel welcome and committed to the Mission of Regis College and inviting new faces to consider further study at Regis.
So, if you’re around the College, have any questions, want to share a joke or a good coffee place, feel free to come visit her! She’ll be thrilled to see you.
Room 222; ext. 229
“As a MTS student in 2010 my heartfelt desire was to receive a theological education that not only deepened my faith but enabled me to find a workplace where I could practice and grow my faith while also using my years of human resources experience in meaningful ways. Well I found that workplace here at Regis College and so much more than I could have imagined! Our College mission is grounded in Ignatian spirituality inviting us to serve the Church, the world and each other through our Gospel values. Our faith-filled community provides opportunities for rich academic learning and discourse, friendships, liturgies and social events that re-affirm our mission and nourish us. It is a privilege to work in such a unique environment with the Jesuits and laity serving and being challenged in new ways knowing that we are people of God wanting to find God in all things”.
Julie is the Executive Assistant to the Office of the President providing administrative support to the College. She assists the President, faculty, staff along with College Councils in a wide variety of ways providing her service and expertise. Event preparations, cooking and baking with a dynamic group of women enhance the uniqueness of her work!
Room 221; ext. 231
“I have dedicated my work to helping others and I am continually inspired by the men and women who want to study and learn in order to make our world a better place. Regis College is a Community first and foremost so while I have experienced professional growth, I think it is my spiritual growth that has affected me most. It is a privilege, and a joy, to work alongside these remarkable students, the faculty and staff”.
Michele is the Director of Development at Regis. She brings more than 25 years of experience with a multi-disciplinary background managing fundraising programs, communications and public relations for the non-profit sector. She stewards all aspects of fundraising at the College, or “friend raising” as she likes to call it, so that Regis continues to have the programs and resources, as well as student support, to inspire great minds who will, in turn, make our world a better place.
Room 022; ext. 235
As the Chief Librarian, Teresa has managed the Regis College Library since 2007. Prior to that she worked as a medical librarian and medical information specialist and as a teacher. Teresa also provides reference service, instruction and one on one support in the areas of library research and information skills, and in information literacy.
Aside from assisting our students with their research needs, Teresa plays an integral role in the community. She can usually be seen and heard in our liturgical choir during our weekly liturgies. She is also a part of various committees serving and sharing her gifts and talents with us.
Room 111; ext. 227
“Regis College has been a place of personal and professional growth. It has been inspiring to encounter such a remarkable community of educators, learners, and staff who are truly committed to bettering this world. Being able to learn and grow with them is truly a privilege.”
Abigail is the Admissions Assistant at Regis. Along with the Registrar, she assists students wishing to study here and works diligently with staff and faculty increase student diversity, constantly looking for innovative ways to enhance student potential. She is passionate about making the student experience at Regis College an unforgettable one.
Room 204; ext. 272
Patricia O’Reilly is an educator with an interest in the Bible and social justice. She has worked as a religion teacher, chaplain, Principal and administrator with the Toronto Catholic District School Board, as the Coordinator of the Catholic Social Justice Cohort at the University of Toronto, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), and as a Religious Education pre-service instructor at OISE and at Tyndale University. She spent 5 years as an Education Officer with the Ontario Ministry of Education developing provincial curriculum.
Her wealth of experience has been an asset to the college as she enhances our Teacher Formation Program, providing programs to teachers and all willing to and eager for a theological education.
Room 021; ext. 233
Mary has served the Regis Library in many capacities since joining the staff of the Library in 2008, including instruction and one on one support. Currently, in addition to providing reference and information service, Mary is responsible for Original Cataloguing in all formats, Acquistions Management, Serials Management, and Collection Development. Prior to coming to Regis, Mary’s professional experience included Technical Services, Public Services and Administrative roles in Academic, Public, School, and Special Library environments.
Room 215; ext. 266
Wilma Scherloski has more than 50 years of experience in education. She is a former high school teacher, vice-principal, principal and superintendent with the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board. A tireless advocate of the rights of students, Wilma has dedicated her professional life to developing safe, inclusive spaces for learning. Wilma holds a Bachelor of Arts (1962) from the University of Saskatchewan, and Master of Arts in Ministry and Spirituality (1999) and a Diploma in Spiritual Direction (2001) from Regis College. She began her tenure as Dean of Students in 2001. She received tan honourary Doctorate in Sacred Letters from Regis College in 2016. Wilma looks forward to continuing to journey with students, staff and faculty as the Coordinator of Spiritual Life.
Room 220; ext. 230
Scott Vaincourt, the Senior Financial Officer at Regis College and is responsible for all aspects of financial management, including financial reporting, business analytics, performance measurement, tax and other aspects of finance operations. His financial leadership and organization has been a great asset to the College over the years as he has assisted our faculty, staff and students in their success.