Connecting Employers with Students & Alumni

Regis University Center for Career and Professional Development is the link between our students and alumni, and employers. You play a vital role in the services we offer. We are dedicated to support you in meeting your employment needs with qualified candidates. 

We offer many free services to assist you, such as posting your jobs or internships on our online Handshake system, as well as arranging for information sessions, lobby tables and on-campus interviews.

To get started as a new recruiter with Regis, please log in to Handshake or contact our office at 303-458-3508.

How do I log in to Handshake as an employer?

To reach the Handshake log in page, go to joinhandshake.com and either log in with your current Handshake credentials, or if you need to request an account, click "Log In", then "Sign up for an Account", then "Employer". From here, you will be asked to complete the "Sign up as an Employer" information page. Please be sure to complete ALL fields on this page.  Leaving any of the sign-up fields blank may result in your employer account request being declined.


We received an email saying that Regis University has switched from CareerLink to Handshake; can I move my account information over?

If you were an active user in our previous system, then your account information has been transferred to Handshake; you would have received an invitation email from the Center for Career and Professional Development at Regis University to log in and claim the account. If you are having trouble locating this email, please contact the Center for Career and Professional Development at 303.458.3508 for assistance.

How do I create a new employer account?

Review this Handshake Help Article for assistance on how to create an employer account.

How do I create a staff profile for my company?

Review this Handshake Help Article for assistance on how to create a staff profile for your company.

Why hasn't my employer account been approved yet?

Our transition to Handshake began in December 2018 and we are excited by the number of employers who want to be connected to Regis University students and alumni. We anticipate that we will approve all employers in the backlog by the end of January 2019. Beginning in February 2019, please allow 1-2 business days for your account to be approved. Please note that Regis University holidays may affect this time frame. Thank you for your interest and patience.

How do I post a job?

Review this Handshake Help Article for more information on how to post a job.

I joined the wrong organization. How do I fix this?

Review this Handshake Help Article for assistance on how to switch the correct organization.

How do I post a job, request an interview, or create an event?

Please review this Handshake Help Article. More job posting-related questions are answered here.

What if I have a different email domain than my company?

Review this Handshake Help Article for more information on what to do if you have a different email domain than your company.

Our company/organization would like to post our event to the Regis University Handshake page; how may we do this?

If you have an event you'd like to advertise on Regis University Handshake page, please contact the Center for Career and Professional Development at 303.458.3508 or email careers@regis.edu.

Our company/organization would like to meet face-to-face with students at Regis University outside of your career events; what do you offer?

Regis University Center for Career and Professional Development welcomes employers to our Northwest Denver campus during the academic school year. A table will be reserved in either the Student Center lobby or in St. Peter Claver Hall from 11 AM - 1 PM (Mon-Fri only). Employer lobby tables are free of charge but MUST BE RESERVED IN ADVANCE through the Center for Career and Professional Development. To learn more about employer lobby tabling at Regis, or to schedule your campus visit, please call 303.458.3508.


Our company/organization would like to conduct on-campus job and/or internship interviews with your students; how may we schedule this?

To schedule your company/organization to visit Regis University for the purpose of on-campus job and/or internship interviews, please contact the Center for Career and Professional Development at 303.458.3508 or email careers@regis.edu.

What if I need help with Handshake?

Employers who recruit at Regis University find our students and alumni have:

Excellent leadership qualities

  • Our curriculum includes classes, seminars, internships, and community service, all of which provide a leadership laboratory atmosphere to foster practical skills.

Real world experience

  • Regis University has a strong academic internship program with over 125 sites in private industry, government, international markets, and human service organizations.
  • Our adult students bring a wealth of direct work experience.

Effective communication skills

  • Our courses place an emphasis on writing, research and class presentations.
  • Active participation in campus and community activities helps our students become excellent communicators both orally and in writing.

Good judgment and problem solving skills

  • Our courses teach analytical thinking and offer practical experience in problem solving.

A commitment to community service and individual responsibility

  • Regis University has unique volunteer projects in Mexico and Belize, as well as local programs that provide tutoring and student-directed athletic clinics.
  • Many of Regis’ courses have a community service component.

Teamwork abilities

  • Many of our classes require collaborative learning projects. Through such experiences our students learn to be productive team members.

Learn more about Regis University and our available areas of study.

Employers must comply with the following guidelines in order to be eligible to conduct any recruiting activities at Regis University, which includes employer services made available by the Center for Career and Professional Development:

  • Recruiting activities must be conducted to fill current or near-term job opportunities appropriate for students, recent college graduates, and/or more experienced alumni, or to present to such persons employment related information about the employer in anticipation of future hiring needs.
  • Placement fees cannot be charged to applicants.
  • Employers must comply with all applicable federal and state employment laws and regulations, including, without limitation, the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Act, and with the employer recruiting guidelines of the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
  • Employers cannot recruit for “commission only” jobs, unless a paid training period is provided.

The Center for Career and Professional Development reserves the right to approve/disapprove any employer’s access to recruiting at Regis University, including access to employer services made available by the Center for Career and Professional Development.