5 reasons to pursue higher education in the Mile High City
Weather or Not
This is no myth: Denver gets more than 300 days of sunshine a year. While the mountains get plenty of snow, that’s not so much the case in Denver, where winters are fairly mild and any snow we do get melts quickly. Living here offers the best of both worlds.
You Are Very Welcome
According to U.S. census data and as highlighted in The New York Times, Denver’s population of the young and educated has risen 47 percent since 2000. Companies here are interested in hiring young people, and Denverites in general are welcoming and open. Why not use your college years to build connections?
The Great Outdoors
Caring for the whole person is something Regis emphasizes, so we understand the importance of work-life balance. Life here offers plenty of opportunities to unwind. Hiking, skiing, camping, rock climbing and many other outdoor adventures are all a short drive from the city.
Want to learn Spanish? Attend the symphony? Experience east African food? Catch a show at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater or take in a documentary film? Good news. Denver has you covered with its thriving arts and cultural scene.
Do you seek more? Regis offers a strong academic experience (consistently ranked among the best in the West by U.S. News & World Report) and you will leave with more than a degree. Here you will benefit from an education rooted in the Jesuit tradition. The Regis experience forms tomorrow’s leaders who strive to serve others and change the world for the better.
Enjoy all that Denver has to offer at Regis University.