International Students Applying to an Online Program

Follow the steps below if you want to apply to a program that is 100% online.

Ask Admissions.

Our people are here to help you succeed at Regis. Please note that we cannot help anyone who wants to study online with their visa or immigration status.

Step 1: Complete the Application

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.

Step 2: Purchase and Submit an Official Transcript Evaluation

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.

Step 3: Provide Proof of English Proficiency

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.
  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.

If you are applying to a 100% online program, your application may be complete after you complete Step 3. Work with your admissions counselor to confirm that you have submitted everything required.

If you want to apply to a program with on-campus classes, you have some additional requirements to meet. View the International Students Applying to a Program with On-Campus Classes page for more information.