Regis College is a Catholic coed university offering undergraduate, graduate, and fully online degrees to more than 3,000 students worldwide. Founded in 1927 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston, Regis is known for its close-knit, supportive community and a commitment to social justice and service.
Carole Remick was a 1954 alumna of Regis, a place she held near and dear to her heart. In 1987, she established the New England High School Journalism Collaborative (NEHSJC) housed at Regis, a consortium of professional journalists who helped Remick organize and run a week long journalism program. The program continues to run each summer at Regis and the high school student participants continue to reap the rewards of the legacy that Carole created.
Regis has 90+ academic programs across four schools, including the Marshall M. Sloane School of Business and Communication—which includes the Carole C. Remick Endowed Director funded by the Carole C. Remick Foundation. The Endowed Director is a professor of communication and also the director of the graduate communications program, a position that is integral in the success and expansion of the communication degree programs at Regis—at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
To learn more about Regis College, visit http://regiscollege.edu.