Serving Adult Students, Including the Military Population in the Colorado Springs Community Stats &InfoMap &DirectionsSchedulea VisitCounseling CenterAppointment Information About the Campus Regis University's Colorado Springs Campus is conveniently located in northern Colorado Springs just off of the I-25 corridor. The campus embraces local adult students, including the military population, and enables their educational goals to be successfully reached. It features 21 classrooms with state-of-the-art equipment to support technology needs. There is also a newly renovated student study/lounge area that includes computer workstations, a quiet study room and a prayer room. In 2013, the Military and Veteran Resource Center was opened. The Military and Veteran Resource Center provides a place for veterans to gather for fellowship and camaraderie, receive information from knowledgeable staff about financial aid and counseling, conduct veterans association meetings, provide training for staff and faculty on veteran-related topics, and provide a focal point for military and veterans services on campus. Additionally, in an ongoing effort to support the needs within its own community, the Colorado Springs Campus opened a counseling lab center with a focus toward the military community in May 2011. The lab center provides a confidential, low-cost, supervised setting for advanced counseling students to work with individuals, couples and families. We offer child and adolescent play therapy, and military-specific therapy. We serve military service members, couples, and families in the areas of crisis, trauma, and loss; marital systems and couples therapy; family origins and life cycles; substance abuse counseling; and more. The lab offers military service men and women and their families up to 15 free counseling sessions. Our counseling programs are offered at the Colorado Springs campus in addition to counseling services. Colleges Served College for Professional Studies Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions Campus Hours for Summer 2016 Monday, Tuesday Thursday: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED Address 7450 Campus Drive, Suite 100 Colorado Springs, CO 80920 1.800.568.8932 Map & Directions Take I-25 to exit 149, head east on Woodmen Road for .3 miles to Campus Drive (first stop light), turn left and continue on Campus Drive until you come to the last building on the left (7450). The entrance faces the interstate. Your browser does not support iframes. Whether you are just beginning to gather information about Regis University and your program of interest or are taking the first steps toward earning your degree here, we want to give you every opportunity to get your questions answered and acquire all of the information you need to pursue your education. That's why we offer campus visits/tours at each of our campus locations. Schedule a Colorado Springs Campus Visit Today. Call 1.800.944.7667 or email us. Regis Center for Counseling and Family Therapy Colorado Springs Campus To set up a counseling or family therapy appointment please call 719.264.7027 Regis University has partnered with Mt. Carmel Center of Excellence. The Regis Center for Counseling and Family Therapy at Mt. Carmel, allows students a prime opportunity to gain internship experience with the military community, while serving those in need. The Regis Center for Counseling and Family Therapy at the Colorado Springs campus, and at Mt. Carmel provides a confidential, supervised setting for advanced counseling students to work with military service members, couples, and families in the areas of crisis, trauma, and loss; marital systems and couples therapy; family origins and life cycles; substance abuse counseling; and more. The counseling center provides low-cost counseling services to individuals, couples and families who might not otherwise be able to afford them. Our Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy program is offered at the Colorado Springs campus in addition to counseling services. Students within the Division of Counseling and Family Therapy at the Colorado Springs campus can pursue a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, an accredited degree which is one of a kind in the Southern Colorado region. In addition, students can earn graduate certificates in Counseling Military Families (online), Marriage and Family Therapy, and Counseling Children and Adolescents. Certificates in Addictions Counseling and Depth Psychotherapy are offered at the Thornton campus location.