Ask yourself these questions before you decide to attend graduate school. Choosing to earn a graduate degree is a big decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. As you look to others for advice – like peers, colleagues or family members – be sure to spend time reflecting on your own personal experiences, goals and desires. Decide what impact you want to make in life and if a graduate degree will empower you to accomplish more. As a Jesuit University, we want you to make sound choices and give serious thought to important decisions. Explore your options for graduate school by asking yourself critical questions, like: What goals am I looking to achieve in my career journey, skillset and compensation? What impact do I want to make in my community and in the world around me? Can I reach my goals and make a positive impact on the people around me without earning an advanced degree? What will I major in? Can I afford graduate school? Can I dedicate enough time for coursework and studying? Will I work and take classes or can I put my career on hold? These questions are meant to give you a place to begin your decision. Remember, you’re always welcome to reach out to a Regis University admissions counselor for help. Compare our Graduate Programs View a side-by-side comparison of every Regis graduate program. Find the program that will help you meet your goals. Graduate Business Programs Graduate Computer & Information Sciences Programs Post-Licensure Graduate Nursing Programs Graduate Health Care Programs Graduate Humanities & Social Sciences Programs Graduate Education Programs Graduate Sciences Programs Regis University Experiential Learning Combine theory with experience that gets you out of the classroom, into the real world, and equipped with the skills employers are looking for. Regis University Center for Career and Professional Development Find resources to help you search for a job, training, counseling, and other career-focused events.