International Students Applying to a Program with On-Campus Classes

Follow the steps below if you want to apply to a program with on-campus classes.

Ask Admissions.

Our people are here to help you succeed at Regis and advise those who want to study on campus about the immigration regulations you must follow to maintain your legal status while in the U.S.

*Qualifying programs are subject to change. Please contact your admissions counselor to confirm whether your program of interest qualifies.

Complete the application and all application requirements for your program. Examples of application requirements might include an essay, resume or letters of recommendation. You can find the application requirements for your specific program under “How to Apply” on the program webpage.

Please note that only some of our programs are taught on campus and are eligible for the issuance of a student visa. View this list of on-campus programs that qualify to choose a program with on-campus classes.*

*This list is subject to change. Please contact your admissions counselor to confirm whether your program of interest qualifies.

Transcripts and college credit systems vary by country. To help Regis University evaluate your application, you must send us an official evaluation of your transcripts. If you are applying to an undergraduate program, we need an evaluation of your high school transcripts or your college transcripts. If you are applying for a graduate degree, we need an evaluation of your undergraduate degree transcripts. If the Regis program you are applying to requires prerequisite courses, these must be listed on your official transcript evaluation. All official transcript evaluations must show an evaluation of each course and the equivalent courses from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university.

We will accept evaluations from any NACES-approved evaluation agencies. There are two ways we can accept your official transcript evaluation:

  1. The evaluation agency may send an original, official evaluation directly to Regis University
  2. A sealed envelope containing your official transcript evaluation may be mailed or delivered directly to the Office of Admissions.

Ask your evaluation agency to send electronic official transcript evaluations to

Or mail paper official transcript evaluations to:

Regis University Office of Admissions
3333 Regis Blvd.,
Mail code A-12
Denver, CO 80221-1099

The transcript evaluation process can take 3-6 weeks. It is your responsibility to engage, follow up and provide payment to the transcript evaluation agency you choose. Photocopies of the evaluation are not acceptable.

At this time, Regis University does not offer English as a Second Language (ESL) programs or classes, so we want to make sure that your level of English proficiency will allow you to succeed in your program. You can provide proof of English proficiency in the following ways:

  1. Send official scores from one of the exams listed below directly to the Regis University Office of Admissions in a sealed envelope. We accept the following scores:
    • Official TOEFL test results with the following minimum scores:

      TOEFL Skill Minimum TOEFL Score
      Reading 22 or higher
      Listening 16 or higher
      Speaking 20 or higher
      Writing 24 or higher
      Total 82 or higher
      Computer-based 213 or higher
      Essay 5.0 or higher
    • Official IELTS exam overall band score of 6.5 or higher.
    • Official Duolingo English Test combined score of 105 or higher.
    • Official Pearson Test of English with a score of 56 or higher.
  2. Provide an official Certificate of Completion showing satisfactory completion of the Academic English Program Level 7 at Language Consultants International (LCI).
  3. Provide official transcripts showing that you earned a grade of C or better in a college-level English class at a regionally accredited U.S. institution.
  4. Provide official transcripts that state your courses were taught in English, and you earned a grade of C or better in those courses.
  5. Provide official transcripts that show you have completed an undergraduate or graduate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution.

We need some additional information that is not included in your Admissions application. Please complete this short Supplemental Application and send it to as soon as possible.

You can take a photo of your passport with your phone or use a scanner. Just make sure the image quality is good enough for us to read it. Email it to it to

You must submit a financial statement showing that you can pay all expenses for your first year of study on campus. Your financial statement must include:

  • The name of the account holder
  • The length of time the account has been active
  • Proof of a balance of at least:
    • $45,012 USD* for undergraduate programs
    • $42,015 USD* for graduate programs
    • If you will have dependents, add the following amounts to the required balance:
      • Add $5,000 for a dependent spouse
      • Add $3,200 for each dependent child

If a sponsor or organization will pay for part or all of your expenses during your first year as an on-campus Regis student, you must also submit an Affidavit of Support form.

*Dollar amounts are subject to change. Check with your admissions counselor to verify the amount required.

Regis University requires all on-campus students to enroll in the Regis University Student Health Insurance Plan.

If you want to transfer credits from another U.S. college or university, and you will be studying on campus, please send us the following additional items:

  • The SEVIS Transfer form – Complete part 1 of this form and send it to your previous school(s). They will complete part 2 of the form and send it back to us.
  • A copy of your current visa with I-94
  • All I-20s from all U.S. institutions you have attended

Tuition Payments for International Students

We know that navigating the financial side of your education may seem intimidating, but we're here to help. Once your application is complete, it's important that you understand your tuition deadline and how to make payments.

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What's Next?

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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.