Next Steps After You Submit Your Application Now that you have submitted your undergraduate application to an accelerated or online program at Regis University, see below for the next steps to joining the Regis community. Your admissions counselor or academic advisor can help to answer any questions you may have. Post Application Checklist Application Status Check with your admissions counselor about the status of your admission file. A completed admission file is needed for full admission. This file includes: Application Personal statement (essay) Current Resume All official transcripts sent to: Regis University Office of Admissions Mail Code: P-28 3333 Regis Blvd. Denver, CO 80221-1099 Electronic transcripts may be sent to: sendtranscripttoRU@regis.edu Once you have submitted all necessary documentation required for your complete admission application package and an admission decision has been made, you will receive an email notifying you of your admission status, as well as a letter in the mail. The turn-around time between your application submittal and notification of your admission decision is largely dependent on the degree program you are applying for and can range from 5-15 business days after all required materials are submitted. Some healthcare program admissions notifications can take longer due to the volume of applications we receive. If you have any questions or wish to check your admission status, please contact an Admissions Counselor. Speak with Your Advisor Once your official transcripts are received and evaluated, you will be assigned an advisor and you will be contacted to schedule an advising appointment in person or by phone. Your advisor will assist you with your degree plan, identify required course work and discuss options for completing your degree. All official transcripts must be received and evaluated before an official degree plan is available to guide your first advising appointment. Arrange Tuition Payments Regis University offers several convenient, flexible options for paying tuition. You may pay: ONLINE with check* or credit card. Log on to http://webadvisor.regis.edu and select the "Make a Payment" link in the Registration Invoice or Statement of Account screens. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are accepted. IN PERSON at any campus with check* or money order, or with one of the credit cards listed above. Please write your Regis student identification number on your check or money order. (Cash is only accepted at the Denver North campus Cashier’s office.) BY MAIL to Regis University, P.O. Box 173861, Denver, CO 80217-3861 BY PHONE with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. Call the Student Service Line at 303.458.7420 or 1.800.568.8932. Payments can be made Monday-Friday, 6:00am-10:00pm or Saturday 8:00am-3:00pm. All times are given in U.S. Mountain Standard Time. Explore Financing Options For financial aid, fill out the Financial Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Our school code is 001363. Questions? Contact the Financial Aid Office at 303.458.4126 or 800.568.8932 with questions. You may defer your tuition due date to 90 days after the start of the course’s academic term. Complete an online Tuition Deferment request on WebAdvisor – select Students Menu, then Tuition Deferment. There is a $40 per-course fee. The deferment form must be submitted with the fee on or before the course’s tuition due date in order to be processed; late deferments are not accepted. Sponsored Billing: If your employer has an agreement with Regis, you will need a letter of authorization from your employer - complete the Sponsored Billing Tuition Deferment Form available online at www.regis.edu/studentaccounts. Check with your employer for any educational tuition assistance. For information about Financial Aid, click here. Activate your Regis Net/WebAdvisor Account Go to webadvisor.regis.edu Click Change my password Under Set Up Your Password, log in with your RegisNet ID, which will be provided in your acceptance letter Create a new password Attend New Student Orientation Attend one of our Systems & Success Webinars that are offered a few times weekly. Log into https://worldclass.regis.edu using your RegisNet account ID and password. In the top menu bar, click “select a course” and select “WorldClass Orientation.” Register for Class Work with your admissions counselor to select and enroll in your first class. If you have fewer than 30 transfer credits, you must enroll in ED205 Adult Learning as your first course unless a writing course is also required. ED205 introduces students to theories of adult learning, strategies for success and opportunities for writing and research. Credit earned may be applied toward your degree plan and is eligible for financial aid. ED205 is strongly encouraged for all students new to accelerated learning. Students with more than 30 transfer credits may choose courses listed at https://webadvisor.regis.edu. For more information on prior learning assessment, testing, and ACE credits for significant work experience visit our Prior Learning link. Obtain Course Syllabi and Books Every course uses a syllabi as a guide to course content. It is important to obtain the syllabi and your books prior to the first night of class. First night assignments are required for campus-based courses and required textbooks are outlined in the syllabi. You may download the syllabi here. Most courses have a minimum of one textbook. You may order books through the Follet Bookstore at 303.458.4150 or 800.798.4153, online at www.regis.edu/bookstore, or purchase them at the North Denver campus. The New Century Handbook (latest edition) is the accepted English writing guide used in accelerated/online courses. It provides assistance with grammatical questions and bibliographic citations. Every student is encouraged to purchase a copy of The New Century Handbook for use throughout their program at Regis. Complete First Night Assignment All courses are accelerated so there will be a reading and writing assignment due for the first class session. Your assignment will be listed in the course syllabi (see previous section). Note: Online students do not have a first night assignment but will have assignments due the first week. Add/Drop Period To find the add/drop period for your particular class and program, view the Academic Calendars. Click on your College/Program to find the add/drop dates, registration dates, when classes begin, and tuition due dates. If you are not planning on attending and completing this course, you will need to go to WebAdvisor or contact us to drop it by the add/drop deadline. You will not be automatically dropped for non-attendance. If you do not drop it by the add/drop deadline, you will need to withdraw from the course which will result in a W on your transcript and you being financially responsible for a portion of the tuition, based on the date you submit the withdrawal form. If you miss the withdrawal deadline you will be responsible for the entire tuition and the grade received. Please visit www.regis.edu/academic-calendar to get more information on add/drop and withdrawal deadlines. You can visit www.regis.edu/withdrawal for more information on withdrawing from courses.