Whether you have received some college credit or you are entering college for the first time, Regis is here to help set you up for academic success. As an adult, we know you are busy. So, when you are ready to begin your studies, we will provide the support that fits into your schedule, from academic resources in The Learning Commons to participation in our Cornerstone Program. After all, you are bringing a valuable asset to campus: your life experience. Now, let’s add graduating from college to your list of achievements.

Academic Support

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Learn About the Cornerstone Program

Undergraduates transferring fewer than 45 credits in the School for Professional Advancement, Anderson College or the Division of Health Services will start in our Cornerstone Program, which provides a solid foundation for academic success. Cornerstone students also qualify for scholarships based on strong academic performance.

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Visit The Learning Commons

Once your studies are underway, the Learning Commons is here to help you keep your GPA high. Writing coaching, subject-area tutoring and academic success workshops are just a few of the services our experts offer Regis students. From help with writing an essay to thinking through an upcoming project, we have got you covered.

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View the Dayton Memorial Library

The library is a valuable resource for both on-campus and online students, and getting to know our experts in the library is a quick way to gain an academic advantage. All Regis students can access course reserves, partner libraries, databases and librarians who will assist you with your research.

Beyond the Classroom

Adult students often take classes online or in the evenings, and sometimes miss out on the excitement of campus life. At Regis, we ensure that all students have access to the many benefits of life at Regis, both inside and outside the classroom.

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From visiting our on-campus gym for your physical health to using our counseling services for your mental and emotional health and everything in between, we offer our students the resources needed to care for the whole person.

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Student Disability Services and University Testing provides reasonable and appropriate accommodations to students with a wide range of disabilities, as well as coordinating testing services.

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If you'll be commuting to campus for all or some of your classes, we have resources to make your time on campus more comfortable and to help you make the most of your time while you're here.

Learn About Commuting to Regis
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Offering free services to eligible students, and community resources to all, Counseling Services offers a safe and accepting environment for mental and emotional growth.

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The Center for Career and Professional Development can help you choose the right major and career path, apply to grad school, land that dream job and more.

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