We know going back to school as an adult can feel intimidating at times. Is it worth it? Is it possible to balance work, life and school all at the same time? The answer is yes - and we're here to show you how. Our admissions counselors are prepared for any question you can throw at them, and are ready and waiting to help you through this process. Get ready for a brighter future.

Applications for adult undergraduate programs are reviewed on the basis of the online application and high school transcripts. Some programs require additional materials such as a personal essay or letter of recommendation. Regis University does not require standardized test scores for admission to adult undergraduate programs.

Application Materials

While application materials vary from program to program, some common components may include:

  • Online Application: Regis's online application is simple to complete and does not require an application fee.
  • Transcripts: High school transcripts should be forwarded to Regis University's Office of Admissions. Learn how to submit your official transcripts.
  • Personal Statement: A personal statement or essay helps us get to know you and your personal and educational goals.
  • Resume: Your resume should include your prior work, volunteering and community service experience.

For program-specific application requirements, visit the How to Apply section on a specific program page.

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Application Checklists

Business and Computer Science Checklist

Application requirements and materials for undergraduate programs in the Anderson College of Business and Computing

Professional Advancement Checklist

Application requirements and materials for undergraduate programs in the School for Professional Advancement

Health Care Administration Checklist

Application requirements and materials for the Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration

Admissions Timeline

Many of our adult undergraduate programs start multiple times over the course of a year, so you don't have to wait until the fall to begin your educational journey. Start dates are listed on each program page and are frequently offered every eight weeks. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, but early submission of all application materials is encouraged. We suggest applying to your program no later than 4 weeks before the start date, however, some programs require more time.

Applying for financial aid? The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opens in October of each year for the following year's academic terms. We encourage you to submit your FAFSA as early as possible.

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Transfer Credit

Get the credit you deserve. Regis University has one of the most generous transfer credit policies in the state, and you can also apply AP, IB and experience credit for military service. Find out how your credit and experience will transfer to Regis.

Upcoming Start Dates

Fall Term 1:
Aug. 26, 2024

Fall Term 2:
Oct. 21, 2024

Spring Term 1:
Jan. 13, 2025

Frequently Asked Questions

Official transcripts should be emailed to sendtranscripttoRU@regis.edu

Transcripts sent by mail should be addressed to:

Regis University
Office of Admissions
Mail Code: A-12
3333 Regis Boulevard
Denver, CO 80221-1099

Once you have submitted all necessary documentation required for your complete admission application package and an admission decision has been made, you will receive an email notifying you of your admission status, as well as a letter in the mail. The turn-around time between your application submission and notification of your admission decision is largely dependent on the degree program you are applying for, but we aim to process admission decisions within 10 business days.

Regis University accepts transfer students and transfer credit in many different ways. As a bachelor’s degree student, you may be able to transfer up to 87 credits toward your degree program. To find out more information about transferring credit, visit our Transfer Students page.

Tuition for adult undergraduate programs varies by program but is calculated on a cost-per-credit-hour basis. For more information on specific costs, visit our Cost of Attendance for Adult Undergraduates and Graduate Students page, or reference your specific program page.

Regis University offers generous financial aid packages in the form of scholarships and grants, in addition to any loans applied to your student account. For more information on specific aid programs, visit the Types of Aid page.

Regis University teaches civil discourse and activism. Student advocacy is a brave step towards justice. We are for and with students who choose to speak up, to participate and to stand for something. Disciplinary action as a result of peaceful protest and student advocacy will not hinder your admission/enrollment to Regis University.

Already applied? Check your application status!

Once you have submitted all the necessary items to process your application, it can take up to two weeks to review your application. Contact your admissions counselor to check the status of your application if you have not heard from them and more than two weeks have passed since you submitted all your documents.

Accepted Students

Congratulations! We're so excited for you to join the Regis community. Keep the ball rolling and follow the next steps to enroll.