Chances are someone shares your question What are Regis University’s Admissions Requirements? Complete the undergraduate application that best describes you at www.regis.edu/apply Submit any corresponding application fees Submit official transcripts to sendtranscripttoRU@regis.edu or mail to Regis University Office of Admissions Mail Code: P-28 3333 Regis Boulevard Denver, CO 80221-1099 Additional requirements may exist by program and for international students. Contact an Admissions Counselor for additional information at email@example.com. How can I get my transcripts evaluated to find out what previous coursework transfers to Regis? Send us copies of transcripts from all colleges and universities attended by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailing them to Regis University, Office of Admissions, Mail Code P-28, 3333 Regis Blvd., Denver, CO 80221-1099. If you have less than 30 credit hours at a college or University, you should also send your high school transcript. Indicate you would like an “unofficial evaluation” and include the name of your program of interest and the format in which you are interested (traditional semester, accelerated evenings and weekend, or online). Include your full name, phone number, email address, and mailing address on your request. If the grades are by number, please provide a key. Allow 7-10 business days to receive your unofficial evaluation. If you provide us with an email, it will be emailed to you. Otherwise it will be mailed back to you. Please note completion of an unofficial evaluation does not indicate acceptance into Regis University. If I have completed credits elsewhere, will they expire? Your previous college credits are never outdated at Regis and will be evaluated by our transfer evaluation center. These credits will be evaluated to determine if they meet the current degree requirements. Do you accept credits from Technical Occupational Specialty courses (TOS)? Technical Occupational Specialty credits (TOS), generally defined as applied science courses, and are accepted within certain programs. For examples of TOS courses, click here. The transfer evaluation center will help determine which TOS will be accepted and how many, depending on your program of study. Do you accept credit for work experience or competency-based credit? Many of our degree programs accept credit competency-based credit for a course. A full list of credit granting agencies is below. If AP is granted without credit in the subject area, the hours required must be satisfied by taking advanced courses. Acceptance of transfer credit or competency-based credit varies by degree program. Competency-based credit includes: Recommendations by the American Council on Education (ACE) for military and corporate training Regis University credit-by-exam Prometric Learning Center credit-by-exam College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations College Level Examination Program (CLEP) Defense Activity for Nontraditional Education Support (DANTES) National College Credit Recommendation Services (NCCRS) International Baccalaureate (IB) Program ACT Proficiency Examination Program (PEP) National League for Nursing (NLN) and life experience credit. How many credits can I transfer to Regis? Transfer credit is awarded for college-level work completed at other colleges and universities that are accredited by a regional accrediting association (e.g., North Central Association of Colleges and Schools). Undergraduate transfer courses in which grades of “C-” or better have been earned are equated to Regis courses when possible. Otherwise, acceptable courses are assigned an appropriate department prefix and course level (upper division “UD” or lower division “LD”). A maximum of Undergraduate degrees offered in accelerated and online formats at Regis accept up to 90 semester hours of transfer credit. Quarter hours are converted to semester hours by using a 3:2 ratio. Which grades are transferable for college-level coursework to Regis? Credits earned from a regionally accredited college in college-level coursework in which you received at least a letter grade of “C-“will transfer. I am interested in attending Regis University for the upcoming semester while continuing my studies at my current community college. Is this possible and where do I start? For certain programs, the answer is yes. This is called concurrent enrollment. Under the Consortium Agreement, Regis University acts as the Home School, meaning the student intends to receive his or her degree or certificate from Regis University. The other college acts as the Host School. Students may take classes at the other college if the Regis University academic advisor approves those classes for credit, and those credits will be transferred to Regis. Under this agreement, students can be considered for financial aid by the Home School, Regis University, based on their total enrollment at both schools. The minimum enrollment required is at least half time (6 credits per semester for undergraduates, 3 graduate credits for graduates), regardless of which school the student is attending. Students must renew their consortium agreement each semester. You must first be admitted to a degree or certificate program at Regis University. For more information, visit http://www.regis.edu/College-Admissions-and-Financial-Aid/College-Financial-Aid/Types-of-Aid/Regis-Consortium.aspx What are my steps to transfer to Regis? 3-4 semesters before you wish to transfer: It is recommended that you begin to research your desired academic program. 1-2 semesters before you wish to transfer: Apply for admissions at www.regis.edu/apply and submit official transcripts. 1 semester before you wish to transfer: Renew your FAFSA. Request that a student aid report be sent to Regis. Our school code is 001363. 30-60 days before you wish to transfer: Enroll in classes at Regis with the help of your Admissions Counselor. When do classes start? Accelerated and online programs offer classes that start every 5 or 8 weeks, depending on the academic program. For a list of start dates, please see the academic calendar Full-time day classes start three times a year, in the fall, spring, and summer. For a list of start dates, please see the academic calendar Health Care program class starts vary by program. For a list of start dates, please see the academic calendar What scholarships exist for Transfer students? Regis has scholarships for transfer students! For more information on our transfer scholarships, click here.