Consumer Information


As required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act - 2008, Regis University provides a variety of information to the campus community and prospective students. Links to these policies and reports and to the offices that provide them are included below. For print copies, please contact Enrollment Services or the offices listed below.

General Institutional Information

Regis University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), an institutional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

HLC website:
HLC Address: 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500 Chicago, IL 60604
HLC Phone: 800.621.7440

For more detailed information on all University accreditations, please review the link below:


The University Catalog contains information regarding Regis University's degree programs, academic regulations, faculty, and facilities. The following sites provide detailed information:

Course Catalogs


Information to assist students and alumni in advancing their careers and graduate student outcome data is available from the Center for Career and Professional Development.

The College Navigator website is part of the National Center for Education Statistics. They are responsible for collecting all kinds of education related data including that in the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). View enrollment figures, student demographic reports, student body diversity, and graduation and completion rates for the general student body at College Navigator.

Students should expect that their experience at Regis University will be positive, meaningful, and academically challenging. In the unfortunate case that a student is not satisfied with their experience, there are several avenues to explore in resolving complaints. The following link provides contact information and complaint procedures for a variety of situations and includes complaint procedures in each state of residence as required by the Department of Education.

Student Complaints Policy

Copyright infringement is the act of exercising, without permission or legal authority, one or more of the exclusive rights granted to the copyright owner under section 106 of the Copyright Act (Title 17 of the United States Code). These rights include the right to reproduce or distribute a copyrighted work. In the file-sharing context, downloading or uploading substantial parts of a copyrighted work without authority constitutes an infringement. Penalties for copyright infringement include civil and criminal penalties. In general, anyone found liable for civil copyright infringement may be ordered to pay either actual damages or “statutory” damages affixed at not less than $750 and not more than $30,000 per work infringed. For “willful” infringement, a court may award up to $150,000 per work infringed. A court can, in its discretion, also assess costs and attorneys’ fees. For details, see Title 17, United States Code, Sections 504, 505. Willful copyright infringement can also result in criminal penalties, including imprisonment of up to five years and fines of up to $250,000 per offense. For more information, please see the website of the U.S. Copyright Office at

Regis University is active in combatting copyright infringement, including pursuit of civil and criminal penalties for distributing copyrighted material (including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing and the prohibited use of the institution's information technology system for those activities)

The cost of attendance is a combination of direct and indirect expenses. Direct expenses include tuition and fees and estimated room and board if you are living on campus. Indirect expenses may vary based on enrollment and off-campus living arrangements. Average costs are provided for estimating purposes by the state of Colorado each year for books/supplies, off-campus housing, travel, and personal expenses. Please note since Regis University is a private university, state residency status does not affect tuition rates and tuition is the same for in and out of state students.

The following link provides Regis University tuition and fees information. Costs vary based on a students’ college. You will want to select your intended and/or current college to review costs.

Cost of Attendance

Information regarding special facilities and services available to disabled persons is handled through Student Disability Services. They can be reached at 1.800.388.2366, ext. 4941 / 303.458.4941, online or visit the Northwest Denver Campus, Clarke Hall, Suite 225.

A virtual tour of the Regis University campuses and a detailed virtual tour of the Northwest Denver Campus can be found via the virtual tour on Additional information can be found in the University Catalog.

GLBA Compliance

In 1999 Congress enacted the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA). This act created a framework for the protection and regulation of privacy and data security for financial institutions. In December of 2021 the GBLA was revised to apply to higher education institutions that maintain consumer information on more than 5,000 “customers.”

As of December 9th, 2022, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) requires higher education institutions like Regis to notify their customers (students) how non-public information is shared and protected.

Regis University has in place security safeguards that meet all requirements of GLBA compliance under Federal Trade Commission 16 CFR Part 314.4(c) (Safeguards.)

eCFR :: 16 CFR Part 314 -- Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information

These safeguards include:

  • Having in place a written information security program (WISP).
  • Having a written incident response plan in place.
  • Technical and physical access controls.
  • Inventory of data, personnel, devices, systems, and facilities.
  • Encryption of all customer information in transit and at rest.
  • Requiring multi-factor authentication for accessing any system housing consumer information.
  • Having processes in place for the secure destruction of data and the periodic review of data retention policies.
  • Having processes in place for change management.
  • Having a system in place for the logging and monitoring activities of authorized individuals and detecting unauthorized access or compromised accounts, devices, or systems.
  • Conducting continuous vulnerability assessments.
  • Requiring quarterly information security awareness training of all Regis employees.
  • Reviewing vendor relationships to assure they have similar controls in place and putting any potential new relationships through a robust cyber security vetting process before contractually committing to such relationship.

In addition to these safeguards, Regis University has addressed all other aspects of GLBA compliance.

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Important Information About HIPAA

Regis University became a Hybrid Covered Entity (HCE) under the HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) in June of 2013. While the University is subject primarily to the FERPA Law (Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act), parts of the University carry on health care activities that include non-student services which are subject to HIPAA. Therefore, the University has designated the following areas that are subject to the Law:

  • Division of Health Services Education
  • Loretto Heights School of Nursing
  • School of Pharmacy
  • School of Physical Therapy
  • Division of Counseling and Family Therapy
  • Department of Health Care Ethics
  • All Administrators, Directors, Deans, Faculty, Staff and Students in RHCHP
  • Clinical Care Areas Seeing Clients/Patients That Are Students and Non-Students
    • General Administrative Areas:
      • Human Resources (Benefits Management)

Systems, resources, user activities and processes within the HCE areas will be monitored to verify proper operation of the university’s HIPAA privacy and security practices. All violations of the Regis University HIPAA information security program, its policies and associated practices shall be reported to the Regis University HIPAA Privacy & Security Committee. Serious or repeat violations will, when appropriate, be reported to the Human Resources Department or Legal Department for follow-up.

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The Net Price Calculator helps prospective students determine their total cost of attendance at Regis University. The calculator will provide an estimate of the financial aid package—including scholarships, grants, loans and work-study—that a traditional college-aged incoming first-year student may receive based on his or her academic record and family income. Additional consideration in the admissions process is given to extracurricular, leadership and community service activities. 

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), provides students with the right to inspect and review information contained in their education records and to challenge the contents of those records.

Additional information on the FERPA policy, what information is considered directory information, and other pertinent information regarding confidentiality of student records, can be found at

A refund will be issued to you when all charges have been paid and there is a credit balance on your student account. A refund may be generated due to an overpayment, a disbursement of federal Title IV funds, and/or a reversal of tuition charges as a result of a withdraw. Additional information on when to expect a refund, how to set up direct deposit, the withdraw refund schedule, and how to request a credit balance hold can be found at

State Authorization allows Regis University to legally offer educational activities, including on-ground experiences like internships and clinicals, outside Colorado. Authorization requirements for out-of-state activities vary by state and program. At Regis University, we work with various entities to ensure we research and meet state regulations, seek and maintain program approvals, and communicate and disclose information to help you succeed no matter where you may decide to live both while studying and then pursuing your career goals.

Visit the State Authorization page

The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence is committed to supporting a Regis University community that values the dignity and contributions of all its members. You may find additional information online, including student ethnic, gender and denomination demographics.

Each institution of higher education that conducts a traditional teacher preparation program or alternative routes to state certification or licensure program shall report annually to the institution’s home state. The Department of Education website linked below is a compilation of all the data reported by each institution to the appropriate state agency. It provides public access to data about teacher preparation and certification programs by state.

Title II Reports

For information on teacher preparation programs at Regis University, please contact Regis University Admissions at 800.944.7667 / 303.458.4900 or

The Ranger Station Bookstore is your one-stop for everything from class-required textbooks, school supplies and Regis gear. Located in Regis Square, the bookstore is also home to a technology center and coffee shop with grab-and-go drinks and snacks. You can also visit the bookstore online at Regis University Bookstore. Information regarding textbooks needed for individual courses can be found by logging into WebAdvisor. 

Financial Aid students with disbursement eligibility above the cost of tuition are eligible to utilize a book voucher to take an advance on the financial aid refund. The book voucher form is found at WebAdvisor. Students utilizing a book voucher understand that if, for any reason, financial aid is not applied to the student account, the student is responsible for repaying the amount received.

Your prior college credit may have you closer than you realize to achieving your educational goals. Transfer guides, transcript evaluation services, and frequently asked questions on whether your transfer credits will apply towards the degree you are seeking can be found on our Transfer Students page.

Yes. On March 27, 2020, the President of the United States signed H.R. 748 the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES Act), which established emergency relief funds to organizations and individuals affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund

Yes. On December 27, 2020, the President of the United States signed into law the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA), which provided over $21 billion to be allocated to colleges and universities under the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF).

Yes, On March 11, 2021, the American Rescue Plan (ARP), Public Law 117-2 was signed into law, authorizing the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III to provide $39.6 billion in support to institutions of higher education to serve students and ensure learning continues during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF III) were to be distributed to help students with exceptional financial need for any component of the student's cost of attendance or for emergency costs experienced due to the coronavirus, such as tuition, food, housing, health care (including mental health care) or child care costs.

Institutions were to prioritize students with exceptional need when allocating grants.

Eligible students: Regis University sent notice on 9/22/2021 through RegisNet accounts to all students who had a 21/22 FAFSA on file with the Office of Financial Aid and an Estimated Family Contribution of 15,000 or less that the HEERF III application was open. Notice was also posted on this website with a link to the HEERF III Application process for all other students. This application was open through October 8, 2021, and after that date, students applied through the Office of Student Affairs Emergency Funding Committee. As of Dec. 31, 2022, the entire amount of HEERF awards allocated to Regis University has been utilized.

If you are experiencing financial distress, you may contact the Office of Student Affairs Emergency Funding Committee at to apply for a limited amount of support available and funded by Regis University.

HEERF III Student Report 2nd Quarter 2021
HEERF III Student Report 3rd Quarter 2021
HEERF III Student Report 4th Quarter 2021
HEERF III Student Report 1st Quarter 2022

HEERF III Institutional Report 3rd Quarter 2021
HEERF III Institutional Report 4th Quarter 2021
HEERF III Institutional Report 1st Quarter 2022 FINAL

HEERF Combined Report 2nd Quarter 2022
HEERF Combined Report 3rd Quarter 2022
HEERF Combined Report 4th Quarter 2022 FINAL

Health and Safety

The Regis Department of Campus Safety is proud to be a community- and student-centered campus safety agency. A wealth of information can be found at, including the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, a daily crime log, how to sign up for the RU Alert Emergency Notification system, and other institutional policies and procedures concerning safety.

You can download copies of the 20192020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report or obtain a paper copy by contacting the Campus Safety department at 1.800.388.2366, ext. 4122 or 303.458.4122.

Regis University is committed to preventing the use of illegal substances by students, faculty and staff and to encouraging responsible behavior regarding alcohol and legal addictive substances through policy, education, and treatment.

You will find information regarding drug and alcohol abuse prevention in the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.

Faculty and staff can contact Human Resources at 1.800.388.2366, ext. 4161 or 303.458.4161 for additional resources and students can contact Student Life at 1.800.388.2366, ext. 4086 or 303.458.4086.

Title IX is the federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in higher education institutions that receive federal funding. The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act added domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking to the list of sex offenses that higher education institutions must investigate and report in their Annual Security Report. Regis University is committed to eliminating incidents of gender-based discrimination, rape, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct or domestic violence by instituting a policy that focuses on increasing awareness through prevention and education. Information on the policy can be found at

Vaccines and the subsequent immunizations help maintain the long-term health of our campus and the greater Regis University community. Any immunity established from childhood vaccinations can wear off over time, putting yourself and others at risk of infection. As a condition of enrollment and in accordance with Colorado Revised Statutes, Regis University requires and recommends immunizations for specific student populations. Regis University’s Student Health Services provides additional information. You can contact them at 1.800.388.2366, ext. 3558 or 303.458.3558.

Student Financial Assistance

Information about the application process, consolidation, cost of attendance, and types of financial assistance available, applying for funds, and the rights and responsibilities of financial aid recipients is found online at and in the Financial Aid Handbooks found online at under Financial Aid Publications. Additional information or paper copies of the handbooks can be obtained by contacting Enrollment Services at 1.800.388.2366, ext. 4126 or 303.458.4126.

The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008 adds to the federal financial aid Program Participation Agreement a requirement that an institution participating in a Title IV loan program must develop, publish, administer, and enforce a code of conduct that includes specific bans and prohibitions. Also as part of the Regis University community, the Financial Aid office subscribes to a set of ethical principles that incorporates the Regis University Mission; the Enrollment Services Vision, Mission and Values; and guidelines provided by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA). Read both policies at the links below.

Ethical Code of Conduct

Statement of Ethical Principles

All new borrowers at Regis University must complete Federal Direct Loan Entrance Counseling online at and enter the Regis University school code of 001363. To receive loan funds promptly, students should complete this required counseling at least two weeks before the beginning of the semester.

Exit counseling is required for students who are graduating or leaving school. Exit counseling does not prevent students from borrowing federal loans at Regis University in the future, and is not sufficient to officially withdraw from school. The counseling provides useful information to help students understand their rights and responsibilities as federal loan borrowers and prepares them for repayment of federal student loans. You will receive notification from the Financial Aid office when you need to complete exit counseling, either before your expected graduation date or if you have officially withdrawn from the university. Exit counseling is also completed online at

It is important for students to understand the policies and procedures to obtain and maintain funding. Read the policies on Satisfactory Academic Progress. For questions or concerns, please contact Enrollment Services at 1.800.388.2366, ext. 4126 or 303.458.4126 or email

There are several types of education loans available, find out more information below.

Types of Aid

Institutional Chart of the most recent Official Cohort Default Rates

Student Outcomes

Information about graduate and professional education pursued by alumni and information about the placement and types of employment obtained by graduates is available from the Center for Career and Professional Development.

Graduation rates are available for a cohort of students for whom 150% of the normal time-to-completion has elapsed and fall-to-fall retention rates outline the percentage of students who returned from the prior fall. This information is compiled by the Office of Academic Records and Registration and updated by July 1 every year.

Graduation rates for a cohort of students in relation to Federal Financial Aid can be found on Federal Pell Grant Recipient Ethnicity.

The cohort of students utilized for this data are first-time, full-time students and retention is defined as the percentage of students who returned from the prior fall. For questions regarding this data, please contact the Office of Academic Records and Registration.

Under the Equity in Athletics Disclosure ACT (EADA), schools must provide equitable athletic opportunities for its men and women students. The EADA report provides participation rates, financial support, and other information on men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs at Regis University. This report is prepared annually by October 30 and available on the EADA Survey and at, or a paper copy can be obtained by contacting the Regis University Associate Director of Athletics at 1.800.388.2366, ext. 4071 or 303.458.4071.

The graduation rates and academic success rates of student athletes is reported by the Athletic Department and compiled by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). A copy of the most recent report can be viewed online. You may request a paper copy of these reports by contacting the Regis University Associate Director of Athletics at 1.800.388.2366, ext. 4071 or 303.458.4071.
The Statistics by Academic Year report is compiled annually by the Office of Academic Records & Registration. It includes information on headcount based on various selections and degrees and certificates awarded by each College and Program. All inquiries seeking numbers for publication should contact University Analytics and Reporting at