Office of the Vice Provost for Strategic Programs

The Office of the Vice Provost for Strategic Programs oversees a diverse range of inclusive learning opportunities designed to empower individuals in their personal and professional growth. Our Continuing Education and Professional Development programs provide opportunities for individuals to enhance their skills and knowledge in various fields, enabling them to stay ahead in an ever-evolving workforce. We are also proud to offer unique opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, lifelong learners over the age of 50, and individuals who are incarcerated. With our commitment to lifelong learning, professional development, inclusivity, and social justice, we invite you to embark on a transformative educational journey with us.

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Vice Provost for Strategic Programs

Unlock your team's potential.

The Office of the Vice President for Strategic Programs (OVPSP) offers curated training solutions for organizations aiming to boost employee productivity and talent development. Our specialized and general skills trainings help professionals of all levels reach their career goals faster while staying up to date with rapidly changing markets and technology.

Learn how to think, not what to think.

OVPSP oversees the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts program, which prepares you with skills that can be applied across diverse fields, including business, education, government, social services, and science and technology. And with our generous transfer policy, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours, putting you that much closer to graduation.

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GLOBAL Inclusive Program

Regis University’s GLOBAL Inclusive College Certificate provides a collegiate experience for young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). As the only Jesuit Catholic IDD program in the country, this program fosters the inherent dignity and autonomy of all students.

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Prison Education Programs

By partnering with the Colorado Division of Corrections, Regis offers incarcerated individuals the opportunity to learn in a hybrid classroom setting with their non-incarcerated peers to earn their 18-credit College Readiness Certificate.