Wilma Scherloski

Wilma Scherloski

Dean of Students

Room 123; ext. 266

wilma.scherloski@utoronto.ca

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, Miss Scherloski has dedicated her professional life to developing safe, inclusive spaces for learning.  Miss Scherloski 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.  Miss Scherloski looks forward to continuing to enhance the student life at Regis.

Elaine Chu

Elaine Chu

Registrar

Room 114; ext. 226

regis.registrar@utoronto.ca

“Regis is a diverse community of friendship and care. Faculty and staff at Regis College work together to foster academic excellence and personal growth.”

 

Elaine welcomes communicating with and knowing you, and looks forward to helping you along your academic journey. Dedicated to students, Elaine counsels and provides guidance from the moment you consider Regis College until your Convocation. She has an immense amount of experience and knowledge and shares her gifts and talents with everyone at Regis College. She is passionate about your success and is here to keep moving you forward in achieving your academic goals and aspirations.

Teresa Helik

Chief Librarian

Room 022; ext. 235

teresa.helik@utoronto.ca

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.