Regis at a Glance
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Facts & Figures
Applying to Regis
- Regis University Freshman Application or Common Application
- Essay or personal statement
- Official high school transcript(s)*
- Official or unofficial ACT or SAT test scores**
- Letter of recommendation
We will complete a holistic review of applications. For select candidates who may need additional support, Learning Support courses may be advised in the First Year Experience.
High-achieving students may consider additional application into the Honors Program.
*Students with dual enrollment credits will also be required to submit official college transcripts.
**Applicants submitting unofficial test scores with their admission application will be required to submit official copies before registration.
- Rolling admission for non-nursing applicants
- December 1: priority deadline for first-year nursing
- March 1: priority deadline for financial aid
First-Year Admissions Admit Rate
- 60% admit rate
- Average GPA: 3.55
- Average ACT: 24
- Average SAT: 1140
Retention and Graduation
- First Year to Second Year Student Retention: 80%
- Graduation Rate: 70%
Tuition and Finances
Cost of Attendance*
- Tuition and Fees: $38,180
- Room and Board: $12,460
*Costs of attendance subject to annual increase.
Regis University offers over 65 academic programs in the following disciplines:
- Business and Management
- Computer and Information Sciences
- Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
- Health Care
- Science, Dual-Degree Engineering and Math
NCAA Division II Varsity Athletics, RMAC Conference
- Cross Country
- Cross Country