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University Facts and Figures

Regis by the Numbers:

12:1
Student to Faculty Ratio
6900
Enrolled Students
79372
Alumni
120+
Degrees and Programs

Financial Aid

  • 100%: The percentage of freshmen students who receive financial aid (2020-2021)
  • $124.3 million: The total financial aid awarded (2019-2020)
  • $33,851: The average financial aid awarded to a freshman (2019-2020)

Athletics

  • 210: Number of Student-Athletes in 2020
  • 36: All-Academic Honor Roll* 
  • 8: All-Academic First Team*

    *includes spring and fall 2020 athletes

Community Engagement

  • More than 60,000 total service hours completed in an academic year

Rankings

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Campus Life

  • Mascot: Regi the Ranger is Regis’ resident fox and mascot 
  • 30: Clubs and organization to join
  • 69: Organizations and programs providing volunteer opportunities for students 
  • 7: Academic honor societies  
  • 14: Club and intramural sports

Our Location

  • 5,385: Altitude (ft) of David M. Clarke S.J. Hall on the Northwest Denver Campus
  • 300: Average number of sunny days in Denver per year
  • 60: Average temperature
  • 2: Ranking on the U.S. News and World Report list of Best Places to Live
  • 1.5: Hours to drive to various world-class ski and snowboard destinations

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By the Numbers

As the only Jesuit Catholic University in the Rocky Mountain Region, Regis University strives for greatness. With over 120 degree programs across three colleges, Regis has graduate and undergraduate programs to fit the interests of all students.

Graduating from Regis leads to a bright future

Graduate Outcomes

  • 1 in 3 graduates secures a job before graduation
  • 95% of graduates are employed or in graduate school within 6 months
  • 90% of newly employed graduates secured jobs related to their major
  • $58,000 average starting salary for Regis University graduate (national average is $40,153)

University Enrollment Data and Reporting

Our University Analytics and Reporting department oversees data governance and regularly publishes enrollment data and common data sets to ensure compliance and accuracy in external reporting.

30%
First Generation College Students
48%
Students of Color
60%
Graduated From Public High Schools
45%
Graduated From High Schools Outside of Colorado