Where can I learn more about the graduate degrees and certificates offered at Regis University? Regis has over 40 graduate degree and certificate programs across various disciplines in business, computer information science and technology, health care, education, humanities, social science and biology. Click here to learn about our programs across five different colleges within Regis. What type of institutional and programmatic accreditation does Regis hold? Regis University is regionally accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of six regional higher education institutional accreditors in the United States. Several of our programs hold programmatic accreditation. Click here for more information. What does a Jesuit graduate education at Regis provide? Our students receive more than just the necessary knowledge associated with their respective field. The graduate degree programs at Regis University emanate from and embody the University mission of educating men and women to take leadership roles and to make a positive impact in a changing society. These programs provide a rigorous, focused, value-centered professional education rooted in the Jesuit tradition that purposely emphasize academic excellence, leadership, ethics, social justice, and service to others. Do you offer online classes for your graduate degrees? Many of our business, computer science, humanities, education, social science, and nursing graduate degrees are offered online, as well as on campus. The Doctor of Physical Therapy, Doctor of Pharmacy, Master of Counseling , Master of Marriage & Family Therapy, Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences and Master of Science in Environmental Biology programs are only offered on campus with no online options. To find out if your program is offered online, contact an admissions counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org. What does a typical Regis graduate application include? Admissions application at regis.edu/apply. For Pharmacy applicants, apply through PharmCAS and for Doctor of Physical Therapy applicants, apply through PTCAS. Application fee Current resume Essay(s) Letter(s) of recommendation Official transcripts Personal interview (only applies to certain programs) Official test scores (only required for the Doctor of Pharmacy, Doctor of Physical Therapy, and Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences programs) Additional requirements may exist by program and for international students. Contact an admissions counselor for additional information at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about health care programs. What standardized admissions exams are required for your graduate programs? The only Regis graduate programs that require standardized admissions scores are our Doctor of Pharmacy program (PCAT), Doctor of Physical Therapy program (GRE) and Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences program (GRE, PCAT, MCAT, or DAT). GRE or GMAT scores can be submitted for our MBA and Master of Accountancy program, but are not required. Where do I send my official transcripts? Email official transcripts* to sendtranscripttoRU@regis.edu or mail to Regis University Office of Admissions Mail Code: P-28 3333 Regis Boulevard Denver, CO 80221-1099 *Doctor of Pharmacy and Doctor of Physical Therapy students must submit their official transcripts through the respective CAS (centralized application system): Physical Therapy: PTCAS Pharmacy: PharmCAS What is the deadline to apply for graduate school at Regis? Application deadlines vary based on program. Please visit the departmental program pages here or contact an admissions counselor at email@example.com for more information regarding application deadlines for your program of interest. What can I expect to pay for tuition as a graduate student at Regis? Tuition varies by program and can be found here. What funding and financial aid is available for graduate school at Regis? A variety of funding options exist for graduate students. Military benefits, employer reimbursement options, scholarships, student loans, and tuition deferment are available to those who qualify. For more information, visit our financial aid website here. What is the Regis FAFSA school code? The Regis FAFSA school code is: 001363 How many graduate credit hours do I need to be enrolled to be considered for financial aid? Most aid programs require that you enroll for a minimum of half-time status (3-5 graduate credit hours per semester). If you wish to change your enrollment status after you receive the award letter from our financial aid office, contact one of our financial aid counselors by calling 303.458.4126. How many credits can I transfer to Regis as a graduate student? Of the total semester hours required for any one of the graduate degree programs, no more than 20% of the total semester hours required may include transfer/competency-based coursework or coursework included in a previously earned graduate degree from a transfer institution or from Regis University. Transfer credit is approved by the faculty or academic designee of each graduate program and is not available for all programs. In graduate programs for which transfer credit is permitted, transfer credit is awarded for graduate-level coursework for which a grade of “B-” or better has been earned at other regionally accredited colleges and universities. A maximum of six semester hours may be awarded for graduate-level recommendations by the American Council on Education for military and corporate training (ACE) if the credit recommended is appropriate for degree requirements. Only credit completed within the last ten years is eligible for consideration. When do classes start? Start dates for classes vary by program. The majority of our business, computer information science, education, social science, and humanities graduate programs generally start classes every 8 weeks. Our health care and graduate science programs generally start classes 1-3 times per year. For a list of start dates by semester or term, please refer to the academic calendar. Contact your admissions counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on specific start dates for your program. How can I access the Regis electronic course catalog? Our course catalog/bulletin is updated annually around late August. Click here to access our electronic catalog. Select the most current year. What housing is available for graduate students? Graduate housing is not provided by Regis University. However, Denver has a variety of housing options, friendly neighborhoods, and easily accessible public transportation. Click here for more information on neighborhoods in the area. In close proximity to our Northwest Denver Lowell campus are the Berkley, Highlands, Sunnyside, and LoHi neighborhoods. Suburbs in close proximity of our Northwest Denver Lowell campus include Arvada and Wheatridge. Some of our graduate programs offer classes at our other Colorado campus locations. Please ask your Admissions Counselor which campus your classes are offered. In close proximity to our Thornton campus are suburbs of Thornton, Northglenn, and Westminster. In close proximity to our Denver Tech Center campus are the suburbs of Highlands Ranch, Centennial, Lone Tree, and Greenwood Village. Our Colorado Springs campus is located in northern Colorado Springs just off of the I-25 corridor. For information regarding public transportation in the Denver metro area, click here.