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Graduate Admissions

Admission requirements, application processes and deadlines vary by college and degree. We can clarify for you what your degree requires, discuss prior learning credit, financial aid and tuition assistance. We can even recommend programs and classes, or simply help you get started with the application process. 

Applications for most graduate programs are reviewed on the basis of the online application and transcripts. Some graduate programs, including health care programs, require additional materials such as work experience, test scores or letters of recommendation. Consult your program page for specific requirements, and remember: the best resource for any of your questions regarding your specific program is your admissions counselor. 


Application Checklists

Graduate Business

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

Health Services Administration

Application requirements and materials for the Master of Science in Health Services Administration

Graduate Computer Science

Application requirements and materials for graduate computer science programs in the Anderson College of Business and Computing

Health Care Programs

If you are applying to a graduate or post-graduate health care program, please reference the specific program page for information regarding application materials, eligibility criteria, prerequisites and application deadlines. Some programs require an on-campus interview as part of the application process. 

Applying to the Doctor of Pharmacy program?
Learn more about the Pharm.D. Admissions Process

Eligibility for Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions programs is pending the successful completion of a drug screening, a criminal background check and the Essential Functions and Safety Forms. Visit Disqualifying Offenses and Eligibility of Licensure Notification for a complete listing for each program.

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Upcoming Start Dates

Fall Term 2:
October 19, 2020

Spring Term 1:
January 11, 2021

Spring Term 2:
March 8, 2021

Start dates vary by program. While new students can begin many graduate programs every eight weeks, not all graduate programs offer starts on the dates listed below. For start information by program, visit the specific program page. Term dates are also listed on the academic calendar.

Frequently Asked Questions

Official transcripts should be emailed to 

Transcripts sent by mail should be addressed to:

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

For health care programs that require application through the Centralized Application Service (CAS), transcripts should be submitted through CAS.

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 submittal 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.

Admission to health care programs is communicated after all application materials have been received and on-campus interviews have been completed, if applicable.

Regis University accepts transfer students and transfer credit in many different ways, however due to the nature of graduate study many graduate programs limit how many transfer credits may be applied from other insitutions.

Of the total semester hours required for any one of the graduate degree programs, no more than 20% of the total semester hours required may include transfer/competency-based course work, or course work included in a previously earned graduate degree, from a transfer institution or from Regis University. Transfer credit is approved by the faculty or academic designee of each graduate program and is not available for all programs. In graduate programs for which transfer credit is permitted, transfer credit is awarded for graduate-level coursework for which a grade of “B-” or better has been earned at other regionally accredited colleges and universities. Only credit completed within the last ten years is eligible for consideration.


Regis University offers graduate housing in Vincent J. Boryla Apartments. Denver also has a variety of housing options, friendly neighborhoods and easily accessible public transportation.

Most aid programs require that you enroll for a minimum of half-time status (3-5 graduate credit hours per semester), and a variety of funding options exist for graduate students. Scholarships and grants, military benefits, employer reimbursement options, student loans and tuition deferment are available to those who qualify. For more information, visit financial aid.

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Already applied? Check your application status!

Once you’ve 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 after two weeks of submitting all of your documents.

Accepted Students

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