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Can I Afford It?

You’ve already taken the first step: Thinking about college means you're ready to invest in your future. Studies show that bachelor's degree holders earn on average nearly $20,000 more per year than those with just a high school diploma.* So how do you pay for it? College is a financial decision as much as it is a path toward career success. Here’s the good news: When it comes to career success, we're here to help. From scholarships and grants to financial aid and credit transfers, paying for college is within your reach. It’s not as expensive as you might think. With the help of these resources, you're just a few more steps away from career and academic success.

When you're ready, Regis experts are here to walk you through your options.

*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2021

You Have Options

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Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid is here to help you through the process of creating a sound strategy for paying for your education without interrupting your life. They can ensure you understand all of the options available to you and that you maintain good standing up to graduation day and beyond.

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Scholarships and Grants

You may not fit into the cookie-cutter mold of an undergraduate student, but that doesn't mean you can't qualify for a scholarship or grant to help pay for school. Many of our adult students take advantage of these opportunities for additional funding.

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Student Loans

Student loans are a vital resource that helps many students finance their higher education. It's important to understand your loan eligibility and the best loan terms available to you.

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Credit Where Credit Is Due

Transfer Credits Save You Money
Making the most of your transfer credits helps you save tuition dollars and graduate sooner. With our generous transfer credit policy, you can put up to 90 of the credits you've already earned towards completing your degree at Regis. And we won't ask you to pay for your credit evaluation - that's on us! So let's see how many credits you can cross off your degree plan.

Additional Resources

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We make it easy for you to structure your tuition payments on the schedule that works best for you. And you can set it all up online! Regis Payment Plan
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Regis University offers preferred tuition rates to students who are licensed teachers, paraprofessionals or employed by an organization with which the University has an active partnership. Preferred Tuition
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Ranked #4 in the country among Military Friendly® rated private universities offering doctorate degrees, we offer many special benefits for active military, veterans and their families. Military and Veterans Benefits

Return on Investment

$70000
more earned per year with a bachelor's versus high school diploma*
80000
graduates in the Regis alumni network
$53889
Average salary for 2019 Regis bachelor's graduates **

*Forbes, forbes.com/sites/michaeltnietzel/2021/10/11/new-study-college-degree-carries-big-earnings-premium-but-other-factors-matter-too

**Regis Graduate Outcomes, 2019