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Getting There





Deciding how to get to and from your placement needs to be a creative process. 






"Through out my experience that first year I learned not only how to take college classes and to organize a shopping list, but most importantly I learned how service is a value I must incorporate throughout my life."


--Kristen Coffey


"Before this En/Route class, I walked around aimlessly a lot of the time. Finding purpose and passion is a beautiful thing, and just one small opening in your heart allows for a floodgate compassion and movement.”


--Michaela Dexter

3333 Regis Boulevard | Denver, CO 80221

Finding Your Way...

As you begin the placement process, transportation to and from your community partner must be conscious process that you personally plan. As you consider options for your community partner activities in the coming year, please include your transportation realities, concerns, and opportunities in your discernment process. Various modes of transportation to weigh include the following: 

Carpooling: In the past, many students have carpooled to the sites if two or more students volunteered at the same time. Please make your carpooling availability known to your professor if you have a car and are willing to carpool. Alternatively, there may be service-learning students or Community-Based Work Study (CBWS) students in other classes with whom you can carpool.


Regis University Bus Pass Program: Regis works with Denver’s public transportation system, RTD, Regional Transportation District, to provide students free bus passes. These passes are distributed through the Office of Student Activities, on the second floor of the Student Center. For more information, see here, or please call 303.458.3505.

Regis University Bike Program: The Office of Wellness and Recreation in the Coors Life Directions Center offers students a chance to rent bikes to use for personal use. They also do free bike maintenance for those who have a bike. For more information, see here.


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