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Visit Regis University

When you're searching for the right school, how you feel when you step foot on campus can tell you a lot. Just as important are the people you talk to, the current students you meet and the admissions counselors who help you along the way. At Regis, we've designed our visit programs - both on campus and virtual - to give you a peek into the Regis experience and to make sure you get all your questions answered so you can determine if Regis is right for you.


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First-Year Students

At Regis, we offer a wide variety of visit opportunities so as an incoming first-year or first-year transfer student, you can see for yourself what life as a Ranger is all about. These special events and visit programs are designed for incoming first-year students exploring our full-time, on-campus bachelor’s programs.

 

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Adult and Graduate Students

For students interested in our accelerated, online, evening and graduate programs, these visit programs are tailored specifically to you. Get to know Regis through our program-specific information sessions, online webinars and featured events for adult undergraduate and graduate students.

Resources for Your Visit

Planning Your Trip

Check out our recommendations for travel, accommodations and things to do while you're in town.

Map and Directions

Detailed information on getting to campus, where to park, and how to navigate your way around Regis.

The Regis Neighborhood

Spend some time in the Regis neighborhood and get a true feel for what life is like as a Regis student.

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Life in the Mile High City

We may be biased, but we love Denver. Nestled right between downtown and the Rocky Mountains, our Northwest Denver campus is the perfect spot for anyone looking for major sporting events, mountain adventures, live music, good food and anything else you can think of. Come explore and see for yourself.

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.

We're Here to Help

Not sure where to start? We know finding the right school can feel overwhelming, and with so many visit types, how do you choose the right one? Our admissions counselors are here to help and can recommend the a type of visit based on where you are in your college search journey.