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Scholarship Month

We know students like you don't settle for anything less than greatness, so don't miss this opportunity to compete for a full-tuition scholarship. This year, we’re excited to expand our scholarship opportunities by offering two weekends of scholarship competition on our beautiful northwest Denver campus.

Join us on February 11-12 or February 18-19 for your chance to compete for a full-tuition scholarship. Students may participate in both weekends by competing in two different scholarship categories. For example, you may choose to compete as a Leadership Scholar the first weekend and a Science and Math Scholar on the second weekend.

All scholarships are four-year awards, renewable based on a 3.0 GPA, and may be used toward an approved one-semester study abroad program. Eligibility for each competition varies, so be sure to review the competition details carefully.

How it Works

Competitions are offered in multiple areas. Throughout the weekend, you'll spend time getting to know Regis University, our faculty, our academic offerings and our campus before the competition portion of the weekend begins.

Friday: Admissions Open House

Friday's agenda for 2022 consists of admissions sessions in an open house format. Topics include financial aid and affordability, first-generation student support, on-campus housing, the Honors Program and more. Feel free to register for as many sessions as you like! Participation in this portion of the weekend is open to all students, parents and families.

Saturday: Competition Day

The competition portion of the weekend begins on Saturday, with agendas varying depending on the chosen competition area. Some competitions require an exam, a presentation or an essay submission. Others may require a follow-up reflection once the weekend has concluded. Specific agendas will be sent to registrants closer to the event date.

Coming Soon!

Check back soon for more details and to sign up for Scholarship Month 2022.


Can't attend our Scholarship Month events in person?
Don't worry! We'll send scholarship information and opportunities to all admitted students. Stay tuned for more info.

Competition Details

peace+health+neuroscience: Explore our degrees in neuroscience, political economy, peace and justice studies, health and exercise science as well as almost 80 other programs rooted in the liberal arts tradition.

Science and Mathematics

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embrace your world to make a change

Peace and Justice Scholars

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being involved is at our core

Leadership Scholars

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to serve the community

Business and Computer Science Scholars

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person in white coat takes man's blood pressure

Health Care Essay Competition

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Frequently Asked Questions

Eligibly requirements vary for each competition, however all candidates must be high school seniors planning to enroll in college for the upcoming fall semester. Be sure to review the competition details carefully for specific eligibility information.

We are not yet accepting registrations for Scholarship Month. Check back soon for more detail!

There is no fee to register or participate in Scholarship Month. Registration is entirely online via a simple registration form. Submission of additional materials may be required prior to the competition, such as an essay or PowerPoint presentation. These materials may be submitted with your registration, or they may be submitted separately. If submitted separately, pay close attention to the submission deadline as outlined in the competition details.

Coming Soon: Online Registration Form 

Coming Soon: Essay Submission Form*

*The essay submission form should only be used if you have already registered for Scholarship Weekend but have not yet submitted your additional materials. 

Yes. Students can compete in up to two competitions in the same weekend by participating in one competition Saturday morning and another Saturday afternoon. Students also have the option of competing in one competition per weekend. Students cannot compete in the same competition twice.

Winners for each competition will be announced and notified in mid-March. More detail to come.

Yes, all scholarship awards are four-year awards and are renewable based on a 3.0 GPA. They may also be applied toward an approved one-semester study abroad program. 

Student Disability Services at Regis University is responsible for assisting students with documented disabilities with reasonable and appropriate accommodations. If you have a documented disability, please notify Disability Services at 1-800-388-2366 extension 4941, or disability@regis.edu, at least 2 weeks prior to your competition.

Due to the high number of scholarship competitors, we are unable to help with lodging or transportation accommodations. Please visit our Planning Your Trip resource page for recommendations on local dining options, hotels and transportation.