Welcome to Regis University We look forward to welcoming you to campus and adding you to our distinguished list of visitors, which include Pope John Paul II, President Bill Clinton, the 14th Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Nobel Peace Prize winners. If you have questions regarding your interview, please contact us: Doctor of Pharmacy Candidates Justin Rowe, Assistant Director firstname.lastname@example.org 303.458.3534 Doctor of Physical Therapy Candidates Jamie Kitzman, Admission Counselor email@example.com 303.458.4927 Interview FAQs What will the interview day entail? Pharmacy: The interview day will consist of the following activities, in various orders: eight multiple mini-interviews lasting a total of about eighty minutes. This approach allows you the opportunity to speak with a number of different faculty members, current pharmacy students and/or practicing pharmacists. Along with the interview, you will be given a guided University tour and will have an on-site writing exercise to demonstrate your writing skills. There will also be a short exercise demonstrating our team based learning. In addition, at the end of your day, the faculty would like to meet you informally over a meal, provided by Bon Appetit, our campus caterer. Please plan to be on campus until 3:00 p.m. MT. Physical Therapy: The interview day will consist of the following activities, in various orders: two one-on-one faculty interviews, a student guided University tour, and an opportunity to better understand faculty/student interaction through a classroom observation. In addition, at the end of your day, the faculty would like to meet you informally over a meal, provided by Bon Apetit, our campus caterer. Please plan to be on campus for at least five hours. What should I wear to my interview? We suggest that candidates dress for their interview as they would for a professional job interview. Professional attire is suggested. We also suggest wearing comfortable shoes since a walking tour of campus is included in your day. How far is the airport from campus? If you are traveling from out of town, Denver International Airport is approximately 35 minutes from campus. Where do I check-in on campus for my interview? Doctor of Pharmacy Candidates check-in location is St. Peter Claver, S.J. Hall , Mountain View Room which is located on the first level. Click here for a map of Claver Hall. Doctor of Physical Therapy candidates check-in location is Carroll Hall, Regis Room which is located on the first floor of Carroll Hall. Click here for a map of Carroll Hall. Can I store my luggage on campus during my interview day? Yes. We realize that many candidates will need to check out of their hotel accommodations prior to coming to campus to interview. If you need to store luggage on your interview day we will have a secure space available for you. Just bring your items to your check-in location and we will store them. Do you provide financial assistance for the cost of travel to interview? No. We do not provide any financial assistance for those traveling to campus to interview. Who do I contact to find out more about Financial Aid options? Upon admission, your financial aid counselor is James Cesar. You are welcome to email any financial aid questions to James directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Will I get to speak with current students during my interview day? Yes. Your interview day will consist of many activities and current students will be available to answer your questions about what life is like as a student at Regis University. Is there housing available on campus for interview candidates? No. Please click here for information on local hotels near campus, several offer a Regis discount. Be sure to ask! Will I get a chance to see the campus during interviews? Yes. We will provide a guided tour of campus during your interview day. You will have a chance to see our classroom and lab facilities, as well as library and fitness center. Do you offer phone interviews? We do not grant phone interviews for any candidates. All invited candidates must interview in person on campus. We feel it's important for prospective students to experience our campus, see our facilities and personally meet our faculty and students. Only a personal visit would make this possible. Where should I park on campus and what is the cost? Parking is free on campus! You can park in any of the campus parking lots. Be sure to allow for extra time if you are driving to campus to find an available parking space. Spaces in lots 1, 2, 3 typically fill first, but spots are generally open in lots 4, 5 and 6 throughout the day. Lot 6 always has ample parking available but is a 5 to 10 minute walk to campus.