Begin Your Future at Regis Submitting an application is the next step toward transforming yourself and the world around you. Choose the option below that best fits your needs for completing the application process. If questions arise during the application process, please contact the Office of Admissions at 303.458.4900 or 800.944.7667. And pat yourself on the back. You’ve come this far, this next step is easy. Full-Time On Campus Day Classes For transfer students who are looking to attend full-time classes on campus and possibly live on campus, complete the Transfer Students Application - Daytime Classes here. Select the ‘Start a new Undergraduate Application’ tab, and then click on the Transfer Students Application - Daytime Classes link. Accelerated Online or Evening Classes for Business, Computer & Information Sciences, Education, Humanities, Health Information Management, Health Care Administration, and Social Sciences For prospective students who plan to pursue full-time or part-time accelerated online or evening classes in business, computer & information sciences, education, humanities, health information management, health care administration and social sciences, complete the undergraduate application here. Select the ‘Start a new Undergraduate Application’ tab, and then click on the Undergraduate Application link. Nursing Programs For prospective students who have completed their prerequisite requirements and are looking to start the junior-level nursing coursework through the Traditional or CHOICE Nursing programs, complete the undergraduate application here. Select the ‘Start a new Undergraduate Application’ tab, and then click on the Traditional or CHOICE BSN Application link. For prospective students interested in pursuing the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, apply through the centralized application service at NursingCAS. Pharmacy For prospective students interested in pursuing a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, apply through the centralized application service at PharmCAS. All prerequisite courses (minimum of 72 semester hours) must be completed prior to matriculation into the School of Pharmacy and admission is competitive. Ready to apply now? Let’s do this!