With 140 years of history, Regis University has a fascinating past and a bright future.


    • 14:1 student to faculty ratio
    • 95 percent of graduates are either currently employed or continuing their education
    • 89 percent of graduates obtain a job within six months of graduation
    • 76,159 alumni
    • 369 enrolled active duty, reserves and veteran students
    • 53 percent of traditional and non-traditional students received financial aid
    • 12,363 students enrolled (Fall 2018)
    • $136 million in financial aid awarded to traditional and non-traditional students during 2017-18
    • 62,678 service-learning hours completed during 2017-18


    • 217 student-athletes
    • 75 student-athletes named to an All-American team during 2017-18
    • Six teams in the 2017 NCAA tournament


    • 1877 – the year Regis was established in Las Vegas, New Mexico before moving to its present home in Denver, Colorado home in 1887
    • Four campuses: Northwest Denver, Colorado Springs, Denver Tech Center and Thornton
    • The Northwest Denver Campus covers over 90 acres
    • More than 1,200 trees on the Northwest Denver Campus, which is an arboretum


    • For 23 consecutive years, named a top school in the West by U.S. News & World Report
    • 132 degree programs
    • 80 online degree programs
    • Five colleges: Regis College (a traditional undergrad liberal arts college), Anderson College of Business, College of Contemporary Liberal Studies, College of Information & Sciences, and the Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions.
    • Seven academic honor societies
    • 80,000 e-books in the Dayton Memorial Library
    • 14 Nobel laureates have visited Regis in the past decade
    • 69 organizations and programs providing student volunteer opportunities