Where you complete your degree matters. Earning your bachelor’s degree has many benefits, and where you earn your degree matters. Our graduates earn more than most Colorado University graduates because we believe action matters as much as theory. The world needs effort. It needs doers. It needs students, like you, who are willing to have meaningful dialogue, roll up your sleeves, and make a difference for the common good. Read on to learn why transferring to Regis will change your world and the world around you. Generous Transfer Policy Regis University can accept up to 90-credit hours from other universities or colleges. Let us evaluate what you’ve done and see how it matches up with your program of interest. Once your transcripts have been received, the Transfer Evaluation Center will evaluate your file for acceptance of transfer credits from: Regionally accredited colleges or universities you’ve attended previously, regardless of how long ago you earned them. Your transcripts are never outdated at Regis. Military DD-214 or DD-295 forms (or notarized copies) and training certificates. Documentation of courses completed through your employer or professional organizations that have been recommended for academic credit by the American Council on Education (ACE). See if you any of your past professional training translates into ACE Credit at www.acenet.edu. Associate’s To Bachelor’s Program Regis University's Associate’s to Bachelor’s® Program is specifically designed to guide you through the transition from your 2-year program to a bachelor’s degree. With the support of dedicated admissions counselors, build upon the success of your associate’s degree by transferring up to 90 credit hours toward your bachelor’s degree from Regis University. When you plan early with the help of your Regis University academic advisor, your credits will be optimized for transfer. No repeat courses, no wasted credits, no surprises. Learn More More Bang for Your Buck Employers see high value in the education Regis University offers, according to a study commissioned by Colorado state education officials on salaries among first-year bachelor degree graduates. “The Colorado Department of Higher Education report on earnings validates the value of a Regis education," said Cate Clark, Director of Admissions. "Well above the Colorado median for graduate earnings, not only does our values-centered, Jesuit education pay off for a meaningful career, it is clear employers recognize the value of a Regis education as well.” Learn more. To learn more about our transfer credit requirements, available scholarships, steps to apply and more, click here.