July 20, 2017

With a groan and a thumb-swipe to quiet your squawking alarm — it begins. Every Monday through Friday you’re waking and dressing the kids for school, brewing a life-giving cup of coffee, and finding an extra 30 seconds, for yourself, to make sure your shoes match before heading out the door.

Being an “adult” means we do it all — make a living while raising humans, while running marathons, while disappointing our mothers-in-law. We live for the Friday afternoon exhales and dread the Monday morning inhales. We work for the paycheck. Because that’s what we’re supposed to do, right?

At Regis University, we believe there’s more. We know it’s possible to fall in love with your job. Conversely, we recognize this can be a hard notion to accept and a daunting transition to consider, given, at this point in your life, you may no longer be your first priority. Making a professional leap in your life, whether it be changing paths or moving up in your current field, requires going back to school. Maybe you’re not sure where to start.

Well you’re looking at it. We have a team dedicated to helping busy, working professionals return to and graduate college successfully. Your admissions counselor, student services representative, and academic and financial aid advisors are all here to help guide you through the steps in starting school. If you have questions, just call us. You’ll get a person, not a machine.

And a little extra insight… you’ll find studies show the fall semester is the best time to go back to school. You’ll meet like-minded students on similar paths, allowing you a larger support system and the advantage of scholarship and orientation opportunities.

So when you feel the urge to ignore that desire pushing you toward something greater – we challenge you to listen. It’s there to help you find your true purpose. And we can’t wait to see what you do.

There is still time to apply for our August 28 classes in our business, computer information sciences, education, humanities, and certain health care programs.  So let’s talk. Email an admissions counselor now.