Campus Visits for Incoming First-Year and Transfer Students

How do you know if a school is the right fit? The best way is to see for yourself. When you visit Regis University, you'll witness our tradition of academic excellence and our dedication to Jesuit values. Experience Regis in action and see what it’s really like to live, learn and grow here.

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A group of students walking across the quad

Weekday Campus Visits

Want to experience campus for yourself?

Weekday Campus Details

Every Monday, Thursday and Friday at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

Time Commitment:
2 hours

Aerial view of campus with downtown Denver skyline

Virtual Weekday Visits

Can't make it in person?

Virtual Weekday Details

1st Tuesdays at 6 p.m.

Time Commitment:
1 hour

students walk along the quad in the winter


Interested in just a campus tour?

Sat-TOUR-Days Details

October 15 and November 5 at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Time Commitment:
1 hour

Regis University students enjoying campus life

Saturday Sampler

Want to explore Regis in depth?

Saturday Sampler Details

September 24 at 9 a.m. MT

Time Commitment:
3 hours

Imagine you as a Regis University student in a crowd of friends

Scholar Dinner Series

Join us for this exclusive event series for high school juniors and seniors who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore Regis in depth, including a campus tour, an interactive panel presentation and a sit-down dinner with Regis deans, faculty, current students and distinguished alumni.

Join us for one of four distinct dinners based on your area of interest:

  • Health Care: Wednesday, October 5
  • Business and Computing: Wednesday, October 19
  • Science and Math: Wednesday, November 2
  • Undecided: Wednesday, November 16


Interested in arranging a group visit?

We're more than happy to organize customized campus visits for your group. We host group visits on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and group visit requests must be submitted at least two weeks prior to your requested visit date. To request a group visit, please email and include the following information:

First and last name
Group size
Requested visit date

Not sure where to start?

Our admissions counselors are here to help and can answer any questions you might have. 

Getting to Campus

All of our campus visits begin in David Clarke Hall, which is easily accessed via the Ranger Way entrance off of 50th Avenue/Regis Boulevard. Parking is available in Lot 1 East.

Map and Directions

Travel and Accommodations

How Do Virtual Visits Work?

Our virtual visits utilize Zoom technology. After registering for a virtual visit, you’ll receive an email with instructions about how to join from any desktop computer or mobile device. We recommend testing your device prior to joining.

Test Your Zoom Setup


COVID-19 Update: Our campus is open and we are taking precautions to ensure a safe on-campus visit experience. We will continue to update our coronavirus response page as new information and guidance become available.

Vaccine and booster recommendations: All students, faculty and staff are recommended to have a verified COVID-19 vaccine, and are encouraged to be up to date with all vaccine boosters, as they are eligible, to keep our community safe.

Mask requirement: The University’s indoor mask requirement expired March 14, 2022, with exceptions for health care facilities or classrooms. The University encourages use of the N-95 and KN-95 masks for the best protection against the Omicron variant.

Location, Hours and Contact Information