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After more than 60 years and over 10,000 alumnae, the time has come to design a campus that matches the dynamic, individualized educational opportunities we provide for our students. Carol Ross Barney '66 has thoughtfully re-envisioned each space to be a place where girls can collaborate, innovate, reflect, and grow as learners and as people. Together, we will transform the Regina experience for the young women and families we serve.

Facility Improvements & Sustainability

With each phase, air conditioning will be expanded to that area. This will be through electrical improvements and new windows that will allow for a more environmentally and fiscally sustainable campus.


We are thrilled to work with renowned architect Carol Ross Barney, a member of Regina’s class of 1966. Ross Barney is known locally for her creation of the Chicago Riverwalk and the new multi-modal transit facility at O’Hare airport. She is also the first female architect of a federal building, the new Oklahoma City Federal Building. She has been honored with the AIA's Gold Medal, the state of Illinois’s highest award, the Order of Lincoln, and the Smithsonian Institute’s Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in 2021. 

Carol Ross Barney
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