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International Applicants

Regis University welcomes all international students. We currently are home to students from over 40 countries, including Nepal, India, Thailand, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Ghana, Poland, Finland and Nigeria, with students arriving from new countries each semester. 

Find your place at Regis.

Studying as an international student or exchange visitor in the U.S. is an exciting opportunity, but can also bring many challenges and demands. Our office is here to assist you with the challenges that you face, and to help you succeed during your program at Regis University. We are also here to advise you on specific immigration regulations that you must follow in order to maintain your legal status while you are in the U.S. Still have questions or unsure of where to start? Contact an admissions counselor

International Student Application Materials

Online Program Application

Complete the online application and all required supplemental items based on program requirements.

Supplemental Application

Complete and submit the International Student Supplemental Application with your online application materials.

Official Transcript Evaluation

Submit your official transcripts to an approved credentialing agency. Note this process can take 3-6 weeks.

English Proficiency Test Results

Submit your official English proficiency test results from TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo. Test score requirements vary by program.

Permanent Resident Card

Permanent Residents only: Submit a legal copy of the front and back of your permanent resident card.

Visa with I-94

Non-residents attending on-campus programs will need to submit a student visa with I-94.

Financial Ability Documentation

On-campus students only: submit documentation of financial ability to pay all expenses for the first year of study. Submit an Affadavit of Support form if funding will be provided by a sponsor or organization.

Health Insurance Documentation

On-campus students only: Students will need to demonstrate adequate health insurance coverage in the United States for issuance of an I-20 by the Office of the Registrar.

SEVIS Transfer Form

For students transferring from another U.S. college or university: Send a SEVIS transfer form to institutions attended in the United States prior to acceptance to Regis.

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Visa and Immigration Information

If you are an international student studying on campus, you will need to apply for a student visa once you are accepted. Learn more about the visa and immigration process.

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Before You Arrive

We are excited to have you join our campus! Whether it is your first time in the U.S., in Denver, or at Regis University, know what to expect before you arrive on our campus.

Forms, Resources and FAQ

You are responsible for keeping a personal file of all of your immigration documents. Find out what each form is for, download common forms and get answers to your questions.

Location, Hours and Contact Information

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)

Clarke Hall Room 143

9 a.m. MST – 5 p.m. MST

+1 303.964.5225


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