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Virtual Scholarship Weekend

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. In other words – bring it on!

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. During the course of the weekend, you'll spend time getting to know Regis University, our faculty, our offerings and our campus before the competition portion of the weekend begins. 

Friday: Admissions Open House

Friday's agenda for 2021 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 optional and 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. 

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Competition Details

Science and Mathematics Scholars

Ready to ace this test? Exams are offered in biology, chemistry, psychology/neuroscience, physics and mathematics. The highest scorer earns a full-tuition scholarship, with runners up receiving variable-amount awards.

Peace and Justice Scholars

An undergraduate program unique to Regis University, Peace and Justice Studies aims your voice and activism towards defining the vision of local and global leadership that serves to enact positive social change. Earn a full-tuition scholarship or one of several variable-amount awards.

Leadership Scholars

Whether you major in history, computer science or education—or maybe you're still undecided—you can be a Leadership Scholar. Whatever your calling, this competition is your opportunity to compete for a full-tuition scholarship and other awards.

Business and Computing Scholars

The Anderson College of Business and Computing challenges today's dynamic learners to become the ethical leaders of tomorrow. This is your opportunity to compete for full-tuition and variable-amount scholarships that promote stewardship through innovation, sustainability and workforce ethics.

Health Care Essay Competition

Students who want to make a real difference in their communities by practicing health care are invited to apply to compete for one of several scholarships. Whether you aspire to study to become a nurse, pharmacist, physical therapist or health care administrator, this scholarship can help you kickstart your future as a healer.

Music Scholars

Whether you choose to major in music performance or something else entirely, we seek well-rounded, dynamic musicians who demonstrate strong academic and artistic merit. 

2021 music scholarships are offered directly through the Regis College Music Department. Please visit the music department page for more information on how to audition and apply. 

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.

There is no fee to register or participate in Scholarship Weekend. 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. 

Online Registration Form

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! You may register to compete on both weekends, however note you may only compete in one competition per weekend.

Winners for each competition will be announced and notified no later than March 12, 2021. 

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.

While Scholarship Weekend is normally an on-campus event, it has been coverted to an all-virtual format for 2021. Students and families will not need to travel to campus for any portion of the weekend.