Next Steps Now that you have submitted your graduate application to the College of Contemporary Liberal Studies (CCLS), see below for the next steps to joining the Regis community. Your admissions counselor can help to answer any questions you may have. At the master’s degree level, admission requirements are unique and vary by program. Find your program to view specific admissions requirements by degree. Post Application Checklist Application Status Check with your admissions counselor about the status of your admission file. For specific admission requirements, visit the program page for your degree of interest. A completed admission file is needed for full admission. This file includes: Application All official transcripts within 30 days Other admissions requirements specific to your degree of interest Please send official transcript to: Regis University Office of Admissions 3333 Regis Boulevard Mail code: P-28 Denver, CO 80221-1099 Schedule a Faculty Interview Once your application file is complete with all required admission documents, your file will be sent for review by a full-time faculty member in your program of study. You will be assigned a faculty advisor and you will be contacted for an interview by phone or in person. Your advisor will assist you with your degree plan, identify required course work and discuss options for completing your degree. Your advisor will also evaluate whether you have any credits that are eligible to be transferred toward your pre-requisites or degree plan. Arrange Tuition Payments For Financial Aid, fill out the Financial Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Questions? Contact us at 303.458.7420 or 1.800.568.8932, x 7420. For the Deferred Payment Option, pick up appropriate forms at a CCLS Service Desk or online at www.regis.edu/studentaccounts (select Due Dates and Forms). Submit forms to the CCLS Service Desk at any campus location or send to the Office of Student Accounts. Sponsored Billing: If your employer has an agreement with Regis, you will need a letter of authorization from your employer: complete the Sponsored Billing Tuition Deferment Form available online at www.regis.edu/studentaccounts (select Sponsored Billing) Sign up for your Regis Net/WebAdvisor Account Go to http://insite.regis.edu. Click on the RegisNet Account link to set up your account. This is your connection to many Regis CCLS links including registering for class, paying your tuition, obtaining your grades, your Regis email box, and much more. Take Any Pre-Requisites Identified By Your Advisor Your academic advisor will help to identify if you need to take any pre-requisites before enrolling in your degree program. Register for Class At the time of your interview your advisor will indicate the first few courses for you to be registered in and you will be automatically registered in the courses by the admission department. You can complete future course registrations in WebAdvisor. Obtain Course Module, Overview, and Books Every course uses a module/overview as a guide to course content. It is important to obtain the module/overview and your books prior to the first night of class. First night assignments are required for campus-based courses and required textbooks are outlined in the module/overview. You may download the module/overview here. (There are not first night assignments for online courses). Many courses require a textbook. You may order books through the Follet Bookstore at 303.458.4150 or 800.798.4153, online at regis.edu/bookstore, or purchase them at the Lowell campus. Regis University’s CCLS graduate programs require students to use the APA Style Sheet for written assignments. Writing information is available here. Complete First Night Assignment All CCLS courses are accelerated so there will be a reading and writing assignment due for the first class session for campus-based courses. Your assignment will be listed in the course module/overview (see previous section). Note: online students do not have a first night assignment, but will have assignments due the first week.