You are encouraged to submit all required application materials at once, with the exception of official transcripts.
- The application deadline is February 1, 2014 for the May 2014 FNP program. You must submit all application materials by this deadline to be considered for admission.
- Submit a completed online application form.
- Request official transcripts to be sent directly to Regis University from all post-secondary educational institutions attended. Transcripts must be official. Official transcripts can be mailed or sent electronically. Regis accepts electronic transcripts from the following services: Scrip-Safe, Docufide, Avow Systems.
- Submit mailed transcripts to:
3333 Regis Blvd. A-8
Denver, CO 80221-1099
- Submit electronic transcripts to sendtranscripttoRU@regis.edu.
- Submit a one-page typewritten personal statement (double-spaced) that addresses the essay question in the application. Instructions are given when you reach the essay portion of the online application.
- Submit three recommendation forms. Select professional and academic references that can address your academic, professional, and leadership potential. One recommendation must be from your current employer or supervisor. The recommendation forms provided must be used.
- Submit a nonrefundable $75.00 application fee. Instructions are given when you complete the payment portion of the online application.
- A personal interview may be required.
- Direct all written materials and inquiries to:
Office of Admissions, Mail-Code G-9
3333 Regis Blvd
Denver, CO 80221-1099
What is the application deadline?
The deadline is February 1, 2014 for the class beginning in May 2014.
What are the prerequisites for the program?
You must meet the admissions requirements which include a current unencumbered RN license, a BSN from a regionally accredited institution, and a cumulative GPA above 2.75. You must also submit all application materials before the deadline.
How long does it take to complete the program?
The program is designed to be completed in six semesters of study or two years.
What is the class schedule?
Students meet for classes every other weekend on Saturday and Sunday for the duration of the program.
When do I attend clinicals?
The clinical component of the FNP program begins in the third semester. Clinical schedules are arranged by the individual student in collaboration with the Clinical Support Unit and are variable throughout the week. Student flexibility is essential in meeting clinical requirements.
Is the program offered online?
The FNP program is offered only on our main campus in Denver, Colorado.
How much does the program cost?
Based on the current tuition rates the entire program would cost approximately $30,000.
How many students apply each year?
We receive about 125 applications and accept approximately 48 students per year.