DML Summer Hours

May 2, 2019 by

Summer hours below are in effect through Friday, July 26th.

Building hours:
Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Saturday CLOSED
Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Research Help Desk:
Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Friday 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Saturday CLOSED
Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

The library will be closed on Monday, May 27th (Memorial Day) and Thursday, July 4th (Independence Day).

Call for Papers: Counseling and Family Therapy Scholarship Review

July 8, 2019 by

The Counseling and Family Therapy Scholarship Review (CFTSR) is pleased to announce a call for papers. CFTSR is an open-access publication hosted on the library’s digital repository platform. The Scholarship Review is a platform for unique perspectives on conventional knowledge and marginalized domains of information

The CFTSR’s aim is to promote higher-level insights and inspire breadth of worldview considerations, thereby stretching our collective counseling and family therapy reality box. An expanded reality box provides clinicians and academics the opportunity to engage discourse on information along the margins of dominant experiences, effectively improving the provision of their clinical services and education.

The CFTSR invites faculty, private practice clinicians, non-profit social services staff and graduate students to submit their original work to publish in our peer-reviewed online journal. As a refereed journal that recently emerged on the publication scene, your contribution will be instrumental in anchoring and stretching the journal’s sphere of influence.

The theme of this call for papers is Integrative Clinical Practice. We invite papers on a wide range of topics relevant to counseling and family therapy. Manuscripts should be submitted electronically through the Scholarship Review’s submission portal at:

Initial Submission Deadline: 9.6.2019
The Scholarship Review publishes:
• Original and replication research
• Literature reviews
• Proposed advancements to counseling and systemic theory
• Social research
• Clinical case write-ups
• Personal narratives
• Concerns of social ethics
• Contemporary social trends
• Predictions for future biopsychosocial trends
• Socio-political commentaries
• Poetry and short stories

We hope you will consider submitting your manuscripts to the Counseling and Family Therapy Scholarship Review.
Thank you,
Editorial Board

All submissions selected will be peer-reviewed and published in an online format for open access. Publications will be available in online print version. The Scholarship Review provides digital object identifier (DOI) to all publications.

Brief printing interruptions

June 20, 2019 by

The university will complete the final phase of migrating the print servers to the Regis cloud-based system. There will be a brief period (approximately 20 minutes) in which printing will not be available at all campuses.

This transition will take place over the next three weeks at 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 20, 2019, 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 27, 2019, 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, July 3, 2019, 5:00 p.m.

After this brief period if you experience printing issues, please contact the ITS Help Center at 303-458-4050 or email Thank you for your patience as we make this transition.

Safari Books Online coming soon

June 14, 2019 by

Coming soon – we will be transitioning to the new Safari Books Online platform. There are several significant changes with this transition, including unlimited simultaneous users! Due to an unforeseen issue, we expect the upgrade to take place during the week of July 1st.

Users must register with aRegis email address. You will then need to validate your account using the link in the email you receive.

o Any user with a email will be able to authenticate and create an account.
o Users accessing the Safari materials will be presented with a patron validation screen and prompted to enter their Regis email address. Once they enter their email they will immediately be logged in.
o At this point, the user will also receive an email to complete the account setup. The account setup asks them to create a password to fully activate their account. If the user decides they do not want to complete the account setup that is fine. However, setting up the account and a password allows users to use the O’Reilly app for off-line viewing of content.

The new platform upgrade will include the following perks:

o NEW! Multi-modal formats delivered from a single platform
o NEW! A completely redesigned interface, built for intuitive use
o Easy-to-use mobile app, with offline learning for easy answers on the go
o Content from over 250 of the world’s best publishers with access to over 41,000 titles

Meet our new Archivist

June 14, 2019 by

Jessie de la Cruz recently joined the Regis library faculty as the Archivist. Prior to this Jessie was the founding Archivist and Digital Collections Manager at the Clyfford Still Museum. Her professional interests include community and artist archives, archival outreach, exhibition design, and exploring the intersection of archives and social justice. Jessie also serves as the founder and creative director for ArtHyve, a non-profit committed to the documentation and preservation of all forms of creative expression in the state of Colorado, with a focus on challenging mis- and under-representation in archives. For this work, and her contributions to the arts, de la Cruz was named one of 2017’s 100 Colorado Creatives by Westword Magazine.

Jessie de la Cruz, Archivist

Summer exhibits in DML

June 4, 2019 by

We have 2 exhibits on view from June 3 – August 20.

Selections from No Place Like Home, by Boulder artist Melanie Walker, will be on display in the Fireplace Lounge. Using the image of a house and that conceptual framework as metaphor, Melanie seeks to address our collective longing for connection and our similarities in these challenging times of division and separation.

In the exhibit cases are selections from a multi-venue exhibition, The Art of the Fold. Curated by Abecedarian Artists’ Books director Alicia Bailey, the exhibit features book works that celebrate the publication of Hedi Kyle and Ulla Warchol’s book of the same name, created by artists throughout the US.

Closed for Memorial Day

May 26, 2019 by

The university is closed on Monday, May 27th, in observance of Memorial Day. The library will reopen at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 28th.

James Dixon: Sculptures and Paintings

May 6, 2019 by

As a visual artist, James Dixon has used his cultural experience and knowledge to achieve universality rather than create a barrier to mainstream culture. Because his work is not bound by ethnic stereotypes, his audience is able to appreciate his art as an expression that unites rather than divides diverse communities and interests. In this way, Dixon is a global citizen whose work becomes a crossroads of exploration into the ever-expanding realm of worldwide artistic creation.

James’ work will be on display in the Fireplace Lounge of Dayton Memorial Library through May.

painting by James Dixon

In Our Own Voice

May 3, 2019 by

In Our Own Voice by The Colorado National Alliance on Mental Illness

Join us for a compelling hour and listen as 2 presenters tell their unique stories of living with mental health disabilities from dark days to hope.

Wednesday, May 15th
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Dayton Memorial Library, room 112 (lower level)

Brought to you by Regis Unversity Student Disability Services/University Testing.
In Our Own Voice presentation on living with mental health disabilities May 15 at 11:30 a.m. in room 112 of the library

Opening late April 25th

April 25, 2019 by

The Northwest Denver campus is closed until 12 p.m. today (4/25) due to continued power outage issues for most of the campus. Dorms have power. No faculty or staff should report until noon.