Campus Life

Humans of Regis: Meet Frank Pelleteri

Frank Pelleteri

Exercise Science, Class of 2019

Q: “If you could be anywhere in the world where would you be?”


A: “If I could be anywhere in the world, I would be somewhere that I can have all my close friends and my family together.  Whether it be a track meet or just a gathering, I would want everyone together.  Being together with everyone just seems to make life a little easier and makes me realize that I’m in the right spot and I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing.”

Q: “What advice would you give to yourself if you were a Freshman?”


A: “My advice would be to be more social and don’t be afraid to ask questions.  There were so many things I missed out on freshman year because I was stuck in my shell and didn’t do anything.  I was too nervous to ask questions and wouldn’t go out unless I was part of a group.  So make yourself uncomfortable and get out there.  You’ll never know what can happen and who you can meet.”

Q: “What is your biggest fear?”


A: “My biggest fear is always feeling like I’m never good enough at whatever I’m doing.  Growing up was tough with me being overweight and kind of awkward.  I was bullied really up until I got here to Regis.  I’ve worked on this by realizing how good of a job I’ve done in a lot of things I do, and how I have a good support system with friends and family that I didn’t really have growing up.  Plus I’ve learned how to deal with negative comments I get and turn them into positive things.”

Cole Anderson

Cole Anderson

Class of 2021, Sports Management Major and Athletic Coaching Minor; Track & Field Throwing Team.