All fundraising at the school must support the school’s mission, build community, provide essential financial resources and contribute to an outstanding Jesuit education for all students, which enables them to become Men and Women with and for Others.
—Regis Jesuit Fundraising Philosophy
The Advancement Office is committed to supporting our community to ensure the school’s mission and financial stability. With the careful design of our programs and the dedication of the community of Regis Jesuit, we are able to fulfill the commitments outlined below.
To Our Students
We are committed to providing an unparalleled educational experience focused on the whole person – mind, body and spirit – for students coming from a robust diversity of backgrounds and talents in an environment of love and concern that truly prepares them to be Men and Women with and for Others. To be true to our mission, a Regis Jesuit education must be accessible to a broad range of families – ethnically, economically and geographically. Anything less than this diminishes the formative experience we strive to offer.
To Our Faculty
We are committed to fairly compensating our talented pool of faculty and staff faithful to the school’s mission. Attracting the highest quality teachers, coaches, and staff is the key to educational and formational excellence, now and in the future. Retaining them and allowing them to make Regis Jesuit a place for a full career of service is one of our most critical challenges.
To Our Programs & Facilities
We are committed to providing and maintaining programs, facilities and technological tools where students can effectively discover and develop their many God-given gifts – intellectual, athletic, spiritual, artistic and social - that support our goals of "excellence without excess."
To Our Future
We are committed to taking full advantage of all that our innovative co-divisional structure offers to our students–educationally, formationally and socially.
We have been entrusted with a precious gift: the traditions established throughout our 136-year history by the Jesuits, our teachers and our alumni. We will keep these traditions alive by gathering the resources that will allow us to meet the pressing needs of today and the expanding needs of tomorrow. And by stewarding these resources wisely we will ensure the financial viability of Regis Jesuit far into the future. With the help of our alumni, current families and friends, we will continue to be able to offer current and future students the same Regis Jesuit experience that has shaped many previous generations.
See answers to the questions most frequently asked about our approach to fundraising at: