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Next Steps for Graduate Students

Congratulations! We are excited to welcome you to Regis University. Like the many students that have come before you, we are confident that you will find your experience rewarding, stimulating and life changing. We are committed to providing you with an exceptional education to reach your professional goals, while nurturing your unique gifts and insights to positively contribute to our world.

Your Admissions Counselor and Onboarding Coach are here to guide you through the initial steps to get started, registered for your first classes and make sure you're set up for success. Your student success team is highly trained in all things Regis, so don't hesitate to reach out with any questions you may have!

Don't miss a beat!

To make sure you don't lose momentum, we've compiled a handy checklist of things you'll need to take care of now that you're officially accepted to Regis! Our enrollment checklists are a great resource to help you make sure all of your ducks are in a row.

Get to Know WorldClass

WorldClass is the online learning management system (LMS) at Regis. Students in both online and on-campus courses should be familiar with WorldClass and its features. Once your RegisNET account is set up, you will be enrolled in a New Student Orientation module within WorldClass to show you the ropes. 

Submit Assignments
Assignments are submitted electronically through the WorldClass assignments area.

Take Quizzes
Some courses use the quiz module to administer quizzes and tests.

Collaborate with Peers
Participate in group discussion forums and email your classmates directly.

Track Course Content
View your course syllabus, readings and required course materials.

Helpful Resources

See how graduate students take on real-world challenges and apply thinking outside of the classroom.

Now that you're at Regis, show your Ranger pride! Stock up on gear and goodies at the bookstore.

See the people, mentors and advisors that you'll interact with during your time at Regis.

Dive into the descriptions of courses you'll be taking as part of your degree program.