Compliance and Student-Athlete Welfare

Compliance and Student-Athlete Welfare

2019-20 Student-Athlete Handbook

2019-20 Regis Student-Handbook

NCAA Forms


Academic Eligibility


Regis & NCAA Sexual Violence Prevention and Education

Statement of support from the Department of Athletics on the new NCAA Title IX and sexual violence policy:

Regis is committed to full compliance with the recent (August 2017) NCAA policy requiring annual sexual assault education for student athletes, coaches and athletic administrators.  Sexual violence prevention is a campus-wide priority at Regis and we are committed to ensuring our athletics department is knowledgeable about, integrated in, and compliant with institutional policies and processes regarding sexual violence prevention as well as proper adjudication and resolution of acts of sexual violence.  Compliance with the NCAA policy requires verification for annual ongoing training: sign off by the school president/chancellor, athletics director, and Title IX coordinator.

The following links will direct you to our Regis policies regarding sexual violence prevention and adjudication for your review.

Sexual Violence & Title IX Resources

Reporting, Confidentiality & The Investigation Process

Need a CARE Advisor?

NCAA Sexual Violence Tool Kit for Athletics

Regis College Sexual Misconduct Resource Guide

In addition, the contact information for our campus Title IX coordinator is listed on the staff directory for athletics.  Regis administrators, coaching staff members, support staff and student-athletes will work together to achieve a safe, healthy and respectful culture for everyone. 

Adam Thrasher
Title IX Coordinator
College Hall 201

Bridget Buoniconti
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs/Chief Conduct Officer
Director of Residence Life
Lower Student Center


In the spring of 2019, the Regis College men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse, and softball teams joined together and accumulated over One Million Yards for Yeardley in support of the One Love Foundation. The mission of the One Love Foundation is to end relationship abuse by educating young people about healthy and unhealthy relationships. It was established in honor and memory of Yeardley Love, a member of the University of Virginia women's lacrosse team who was killed by her ex-boyfriend in 2010. One of the big events took place April 11, 2019, when the entire Regis College community was invited to walk laps at Regis Stadium towards the one million yard goal. For more information about One Love and Yards for Yeardley, visit

The Compliance & Student-Athlete Welfare Office at Regis has two main functions; to educate all internal and external students, staff and coaches while monitoring rules compliance and be an area of support for the general welfare of all Regis student-athletes.  The Compliance Office meets regularly with coaches and student-athletes to provide rules interpretations, information and pertinent materials pertaining to the numerous NCAA Bylaws.

Our education efforts are of utmost importance. Many people are involved with Regis Athletics, including coaches, administration staff and supporters. The Compliance Office knows the complexities of NCAA Bylaws and is continuing to evolve a comprehensive educational program for everyone in the Regis community. All components of an athletic program must work together and each function properly, effectively and efficiently to ensure compliance. It must be a shared responsibility. 

As always, Regis would like to thank everyone for the support of its programs.

EADA Gender Equity Report