It's Not Your Average Freshman Year
Expecting to sit anonymously in a 200-person lecture? That's not our style. Your first courses as a Regis student will be experiential. They are a platform for service and an opportunity to engage in meaningful research with faculty. From tutoring in Denver schools to operating a virtual small business, your first classes at Regis will will be anything but boring. These aren't your average freshman composition and core classes. We won't ask you to be right, but rather think critically, express your ideas, listen to the ideas of others and ask introspective questions.
Review the fall semester RCC 200 Writing Analytically and Spring communication intensive course combinations and complete and advising form here.