Join a 140 Year-Long Reputation of Academic Excellence As you begin making preparations to apply for admission to Regis University’s accelerated and online programs, we want to ensure that you are comfortable with the admissions process, as well as the steps leading up to when you submit your application. Once you have completed these initial tasks, submitting your admission application package in its entirety becomes more streamlined. We encourage you to follow the steps below as you work toward attending Regis University. *Please note for our accelerated on campus program offerings, classes meet 1-2 evenings per week from 6 - 10 p.m. MST. Not all programs are offered on campus, as some have only online formats. Students completing their coursework entirely online will not be issued an I-20. Regis University does not assist online, certificate, or non-degree seeking students with obtaining a visa. Please speak with an admissions counselor to find out if your program is offered online or on campus. For a list of on campus, full-time day programs please click here. Steps for International Applicants Step 1: Gather degree information and connect with an admissions counselor Regis University offers a variety of accelerated evening, online, and campus based academic programs for some of today's most relevant professions. Choosing the degree program that best suits your needs can often be overwhelming at first. When considering which option is best for you, keep in mind some programs are 100% online and our accelerated on campus programs meet in the evenings 1-2 times weekly. Not all programs are offered on campus, as some programs have only online formats. If you are seeking a traditional full-time day class format on campus, please click here for a list of relevant program offerings. A Regis admissions counselor can explain the various options for you and help you choose the program that is best suited to your unique goals and help you through the application process in order to meet admission deadlines and select the proper start date. Language Consultants International (LCI) Prospects: If you are an English language student affiliated with LCI and are ready to start an application or contact our staff to inquire about an academic program, please first email us at email@example.com and provide your name, program of interest and indicate that you are studying English with LCI. Step 2: Develop a plan to finance your education As you continue to work with your admissions counselor and gather information, you should start to develop a plan to finance your education. We encourage you to review our cost of attendance and payment options, consider our financial requirements as you develop your plan, and call our Financial Aid Office at 800.568.8932 to discuss additional financial assistance options that may be available to you. Non-US citizens are not eligible for financial aid through Regis University. Students completing their coursework entirely online will not be issued an I-20. For more information on traditional, full-time day program offerings on campus, click here. Step 3: Complete your English language proficiency exam If you are a non-native English speaker, it is necessary to meet the English language requirements set forth by Regis University, as we do not have English as a Second Language (ESL) programs available. The minimum accepted TOEFL scores are: TOEFL COMPUTER total score of 213 and Essay (TWE) score of 5.0 TOEFL INTERNET total score of 82 with minimum scores of: 24 Writing, 20 Speaking, 22 Reading, 16 Listening Academic IELTS overall band score of 6.5 or higher We will waive the English proficiency requirements if: English is your native language, OR Proof of satisfactory completion (grade of C or better) of college-level English course at a U.S. regionally accredited institution* OR You are applying for a graduate degree and have completed a U.S. undergraduate or graduate degree (taught in English)*, OR You send an official letter from your university's registrar's office stating your university taught the courses using English. For Initial Teacher Licensure programs, English proficiency requirements will not be waived for any of the above exceptions, unless your native language is English. For more information on TOEFL, please visit www.toefl.org Students may also meet the English proficiency requirements by enrolling in the English program at Language Consultants International (LCI) and successfully completing LCI's Academic English Program Level 7. An official LCI Certificate of Completion indicating satisfactory completion of their program must be provided for the student to earn conditional admission to Regis University’s accelerated and online programs. To learn more about LCI, visit their website. Step 4: Apply for admission With all of the information you have gathered, you are now ready to begin the admissions process. Start by completing your online admission application. You will complete your application entirely online, and your admissions counselor will follow up after your application is submitted. As an international student, your completed application and required documents must be submitted 30 days prior to your degree program's standard application deadline. If you are applying for a program that is only offered online, please remember that Regis University does not assist online or non-degree seeking students with obtaining a student Visa. If you are applying for a campus-based program click here to ensure all required documents are submitted. Applicants (U.S. or non-U.S. citizens) with undergraduate credits or an undergraduate degree from outside the United States are required at a minimum* to submit the following in addition to their admission application: Visa: Legal copies of your Permanent Resident Card (front and back) or Visa with I-94 are required. If you have yet to obtain your initial student visa, you will need to apply with the U.S. Consulate in your home country. (In order to apply for a Visa, you'll need to present an I-20 issued from Regis University.) Regis University does not assist online or non-degree seeking students with obtaining a student Visa. Therefore, students completing their course work entirely online will not be issued an I-20. Additionally, if you plan to apply for any type of non-student Visa, it is your responsibility to apply to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Office. Credential evaluation: International students must supply an approved evaluation of their undergraduate credits or undergraduate degree (and, if applicable, transcripts with prerequisite courses) showing a course-by-course evaluation and equivalence from a regionally accredited college or university in the U.S. Send original transcripts to one of the NACES approved credentialing services. An original, official evaluation sent directly to Regis University from the credential service or provided to the Office of Admissions in a sealed envelope is required. This process can take 3-6 weeks, depending on the credentialing service provider selected. It is the responsibility of the student to initiate, follow-up, and provide payment to the selected transcript credentialing provider. Photocopies of the evaluation are not acceptable. Completed official evaluations should be mailed to: Regis University Admissions 3333 Regis Blvd., Mail code A-12 Denver, CO 80221-1099 English proficiency: Applicants must have official TOEFL or IELTS score reports sent directly to Regis University Admissions (Regis code 4656) if their proficiency requirements have not been waived for one of the reasons listed above in Step 3. *For more detailed information regarding requirements for international applicants, as additional documentation may be required, please contact an admission counselor at 800.944.7667 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For information regarding Regis University’s International Student Services Department and International Student Guidelines, please click here. Please ensure all required documentation has been provided. Regis University cannot finalize the application and enrollment process until all required documentation is submitted. Below is a checklist: Completed online application and required supplemental items based on program requirements. Completed International Student Supplemental application which is part of the online application. Official transcript evaluation from approved credentialing agency submitted (3-6 weeks to process). Official English proficiency test results submitted (TOEFL or IELTS). Confirmation of online or on campus program offering with admissions counselor. For permanent residents of the U.S. – legal copy of your Permanent resident card (front & back). For non-residents/non-citizens of the U.S. attending on campus programs, a Visa with I-94 is required. If you have yet to obtain your initial student visa, you will need to apply with the U.S. Consulate in your home country. (In order to apply for a Visa, you'll need to present an I-20 issued from Regis University.) Regis University does not assist online or non-degree seeking students with obtaining a student Visa. If you are attending classes on campus (not 100% online): Submit documentation of financial ability to pay all expenses for the first year (tuition, fees, living expenses) of study at Regis University and demonstrate adequate coverage for health insurance in the United States for issuance of an I-20 by the Office of the Registrar. Submit the Affidavit of Support form if funding is provided by a sponsor or organization. Download Affidavit of Support form. If you are transferring from another U.S. university, submit a SEVIS Form – this form needs to be sent to the U.S. university/college that the student attended in the US prior to acceptance to Regis. This form should be returned directly to the Office of Academic Records & Registration. Download SEVIS transfer form.