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Applying to Regis University

The Journey Begins Here

Every great journey begins with a first step, and we hope you’ll begin yours at Regis. We’re looking for future leaders who are driven by academic excellence, tenacious curiosity and a passion for creating lasting, positive change in their communities and the world around them. If this resonates with you, let us help you take that first step. Apply to Regis University today by choosing the application option that best fits you.

Which Application is Right for Me?

For students interested in pursuing a degree or related courses, please select an application based on where you are in your educational journey. Submitting the right application helps us process your information faster.

A note for nursing applicants: The Transfer Student Application in this section is for students interested in transferring to Regis to complete their prerequisites for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program. If you have completed your prerequisites and would like to apply directly to the Regis BSN program, please apply via NursingCAS.

First-Year Application

For high school seniors applying as incoming first-year students to our full-time, on-campus programs. You may also apply via the Common Application.

Transfer Application

For transfer students applying to a full-time, campus-based undergraduate program. You may also apply via the Common Application.

Adult and Online Application

Attend Regis University your way, on your time. We offer a variety of online, evening and accelerated undergraduate programs to fit your schedule.

Graduate Program Application

For students interested in pursuing a master's degree, doctoral degree or graduate certificate.

Already started an application?

If you started your application on or before Sunday, May 1, please access your application here.

For all health care applicants applying through a centralized application system (CAS), please visit the appropriate CAS application to complete your application.

Health Care Program Admission through the Centralized Application System (CAS)

HampCAS

Master of Science in Health Service Administration applications are accepted through HampCAS.

Start HampCAS Application

NursingCAS

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) or Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) applications are accepted through NursingCAS.

Start NursingCAS Application

PharmCAS

Doctor of Pharmacy applications are accepted through PharmCAS.

Start PharmCAS Application

PostBacCAS

Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences applications are accepted through PostBacCAS.

Start PostBacCAS Application

PTCAS

Doctor of Physical Therapy degree applications are accepted through PTCAS.

Start PTCAS Application

RF-PTCAS

Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship Certificate applications are accepted through RF-PTCAS.

Start RF-PTCAS Application

Regis University Application FAQs

  • Completed online application: Complete your Regis University application via the Regis application, Common App or Centralized Application Systems (CAS) application portal. Regis gives equal consideration regardless of the application you choose.
    • Nursing Applicants: Use the Transfer Student Application if you’d like to transfer to Regis to complete your prerequisites for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program. If you have completed your prerequisites and would like to apply directly to the Regis BSN program, please apply via NursingCAS.
  • Transcripts
    • Undergraduate: Request official high school transcripts be forwarded to Regis University's Office of Admissions. Transcripts must be official and may not be stamped “Student Copy.”
    • Graduate: Please provide Office of Admissions with transcripts for any bachelor’s degrees previously conferred. Transcripts must be official and may not be stamped “Student Copy.”
    • Send transcripts to:
      Regis University
      Office of Admissions
      Mail Code: A-12
      3333 Regis Boulevard
      Denver, CO 80221-1099
      Electronic transcripts may be sent to sendtranscripttoRU@regis.edu
  • Personal statement: Your application may require a personal statement or essay. This will allow the admission committee to get to know you better.
  • Letter of recommendation: One letter of recommendation from either a high school counselor or teacher is only required for first-year, on-campus students.
  • Standard test-optional: Bachelor’s degree-seeking students are not required to submit an ACT or SAT score for consideration as part of their application. If you feel feel your test scores are an accurate reflection of your academic abilities you may choose to submit your scores for consideration. The test-optional policy applies to all academic programs, including nursing programs.

Regis University evaluates applications on a rolling basis, and prospective students will be notified of a decision soon after submitting their application.

  • First-year Undergraduates: Here are some important deadlines to keep in mind as you submit your application:
    • December 1: Priority deadline for applications to nursing programs
    • April 15: Priority application deadline for incoming full-time first-year students
    • May 1: Enrollment deposit due for first-year students
  • Adult Non-traditional and Graduate Students: We offer many convenient start dates and formats for our accelerated, online programs. Please refer to the individual academic program pages for specific deadlines and important dates. Find the program that’s right for you.

Regis University does not charge an application fee for first-year, adult undergraduate, graduate and transfer applications. Students applying for a health care program through the Centralized Application System (CAS) are subject to fees. Please visit the appropriate CAS application to learn more.

It’s easy to pick up right where you left off! Head over to our Apply page to finish up your application. Not sure where you are in the application process? Our admissions counselors are here to help. Get in touch with us at 800.944.7667 or ruadmissions@regis.edu.

Whether you’re transferring your associate degree into a bachelor's degree, completing your degree or embarking on a new path, we make the process easy. Transfer students can apply to Regis University with no application fee! Check out our Transfer Students page for details.

Regis is proud to support those who serve. We invite you to join our dynamic community of working adults who are exploring their passions through practical, career-focused programs. With our Veteran’s Resource Center and Regis Student Veteran Association (SVA), we support active, reserve and veteran military personnel who want to start or continue their education. Explore our Military and Veterans page for additional information.

Applying for admission at Regis University is easier than you may think. Watch the video below and learn how to streamline the process! Feel free to contact the Office of Admissions with any questions you may have.

Tips for Applying

Applying for admission to Regis University is an exciting step in your educational journey. The process is simpler than it may seem. Simply review the admission requirements for your program and submit your online application to get started. Watch the video for additional tips, and feel free to contact the Office of Admissions with any questions you may have.

 

 

Send transcripts to:

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

Electronic transcripts may be sent to:
sendtranscripttoRU@regis.edu

 


Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

Copies of the Regis University 2019-2022 Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports are now available. This report includes crime statistics for all of Regis’ campuses that include the Northwest Denver Campus, Thornton Campus, Denver Tech Center, and the Colorado Springs Campus. Each report contains the previous three years of crimes that occurred on campus, in certain non-campus buildings, property owned or controlled by Regis University, and on our public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from our campuses. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security and fire safety. You can request a copy of this report by contacting Campus Safety at 303-458-4122, or by using these links:

2019 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report 2021 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
2020 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report 2022 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report