Emeryville, CA—Innovative Interfaces, the leader in information technology for libraries, announced that Regis University in Denver, Colorado has chosen to install the Web- and Java-based Millennium system.
Founded in 1877 and Colorado's largest private university, Regis University is a Jesuit institution based on the vision of Saint Ignatius Loyola. The university serves 12,000 students within three schools: Regis College, The School for Health Care Professions, and The School for Professional Studies. Presently, Regis University educates graduate and undergraduate students on seven campuses in two states, and through multiple learning formats around the world. Dayton Memorial Library is the main library facility of Regis University, with a collection of 250,000 volumes.
"Besides being one of the newest and most capable library systems for academic libraries, Regis University Libraries chose Millennium because of its compatibility with our Colorado academic library consortium, The Colorado Alliance, and because it was highly recommended by other Innovative sites in Colorado," said Ivan Gaetz, Dean of Libraries at Regis University.
Innovative's systems are installed at over half of the twenty-eight Jesuit colleges in the United States. Two other Jesuit universities have also chosen Millennium this year: College of the Holy Cross (Massachusetts) and University of Scranton (Pennsylvania).