Facilities & Sustainability

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Regis Jesuit has a long and vibrant history. The campus has grown and evolved since the move to its present location. These pages provide a detailed overview of all facilities, future plans and commitment to sustainability.

Facility Details

  • Campus: 82 Acres
  • Moved to Aurora in fall 1990
  • Field House constructed in 1993
  • Additional 35 Acres purchased in 1995
  • Pool constructed in 1999
  • Girls Division opens on campus in 2004
  • Varsity Baseball Field constructed with donations from the Colorado Rockies and a private donor, and dedicated to Tom and Joanne Young
  • Artificial Turf Replaced in Lou Kellogg Stadium and Laber Field in 2013
  • Northern Fields and Softball Field Constructed in 2004
  • Steele Center (performing arts, student media, college counseling, student commons) opened February 2014
  • Additional 18 acres of land adjacent to the southeast side of campus acquired in April 2017
  • The school has an active Asbestos Management Plan located in the Facilities Department; there are no known asbestos-containing materials on campus


  • Girls Division Building for 700 Students
  • Boys Division Building for 900 Students
  • Steele Center - Performing Arts, College Counseling, Communications/Media, Student Commons
  • Field House and Pool
  • Athletic Fields
    • Kellogg Stadium and Rod Card '61 Track
    • Laber Field
    • Varsity Baseball Field
    • JV Baseball Field
    • Upper Practice Field
    • Northern Ball Fields
    • Varsity Softball Field
    • Tennis Courts (6)
  • Entrances (3)
    • McCallin Gate at Boys Division Entrance
    • Davis Gate at Girls Division Entrance
    • Middle Entrance to Tennis Courts and Both Divisions
  • WiFi Hotspot Connectivity Throughout Campus
  • Fiber Optic Cable with 800MB Capacity with redundancy
  • 717 Parking Spaces