Supporting Your Education For over 130 years, Regis University has sought to make higher education accessible to qualified students from all socio-economic backgrounds. The Office of Financial Aid assists students and their families as they apply for financial aid, review their financing options and make the decisions that can determine their financial well-being for years to come. During the 2015-2016 academic year, the Regis University financial aid office helped provide more than $190 million in scholarships, grants, loans and student employment stipends from federal, state and institutional sources. The total amount of financial aid given in scholarships and grants was 32 percent; loans 63 percent; student employment 3 percent; and benefits 1 percent. New for 2017-2018! Starting with the 2017-18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), these new changes will be in effect: - You will be able to submit your FAFSA as early as October 1, 2016, rather than beginning January 1, 2017. - You will use earlier income and tax information. You will report your 2015 income and tax information, rather than your 2016 income and tax information. - You will have the same financial aid application priority date to submit your financial aid application to Regis University. The priority date is April 15, 2017. Applying for Aid The Regis University Office of Financial Aid serves students in Regis College, the College for Profe... Types of Aid Learn more about loans, scholarships, grants, student employment and additional aid. Cost of Attendance Regis University is committed to providing a quality education that is accessible and affordable. Th... Forms & Publications View financial aid forms, student employment forms and financial aid publications. Aid Disbursements View disbursement charts and learn more about when you can expect to receive your financial aid. Contact Us Contact our financial aid counselors to learn more about available aid, how to apply for aid and dis... Satisfactory Academic Progress In order to receive financial aid, certain conditions are required that may differ from your program’s satisfactory academic progress requirements. These conditions concern the number of credits completed each semester, grade-point average and maximum credit hours. It is very important that students read over the requirements below. Satisfactory Academic Progress Satisfactory Academic Progress for Consortium Students Withdrawing & Financial Aid When a student withdraws from his/her courses for any reason, including medical withdrawals, he/she may no longer be eligible for the full amount of Title IV funds the student was originally scheduled to receive. Regis University follows the federally-prescribed policies and procedures for calculating whether the student has earned all or a portion of their federal financial aid. Learn more by viewing the Withdrawing and Financial Aid PDF.