Admissions

Regis University

Contact Admissions

For general Office of Admissions questions, please email regisuadmissions@gmail.com or call:

720-795-6795
720-766-7359

Please do not send transcripts or other admissions documents to the above gmail account.
Transcripts can be sent to
sendtranscripttoRU@regis.edu.

Visit Campus 

Join us on our beautiful Denver campus and learn more about our community of bold thinkers and adventurers. 

Weekday Visits for incoming first-year students are offered on Monday, Thursday and Friday at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Please register using our VisitDays portal.

One-on-one meetings and tours are also available for all undergraduate, graduate and certificate students. Contact Admissions by phone or email to arrange your visit.

Applying to Regis 

The Office of Admissions will continue to accept applications for all programs via our application portals. 

Undergraduate Admission

Freshmen Application
For high school seniors applying as incoming first-year students to our full-time, residential campus.

Transfer Student Application
For transfer students coming from another regionally-accredited college or university applying to a full-time, undergraduate program on our residential campus.

Common Application
For high school seniors applying as incoming first-year students to our full-time, residential campus OR transfer students applying to our full-time, residential campus who wish to apply via the common application.

Accelerated, Online or Evening Application
For prospective or transfer students interested in completing a bachelor’s degree in accelerated evening or online formats. This includes the Craft Brewing Certificate, other undergraduate certificates, and non-degree seeking applicants at the undergraduate level.

Graduate Admission 

Graduate Application
For prospective students interested in pursuing a master’s degree or graduate certificate. This includes Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) applicants who have the choice between this application and the NursingCAS application, as well as non-degree seeking applicants at the graduate level.

Health Care Program Admissions through the Centralized Application System (CAS)

NursingCAS
For prospective students interested in pursuing one of the following Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) programs: (Accelerated, CHOICE, Traditional), or the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) or Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) programs.

PharmCAS
For prospective students interested in pursuing a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Applications accepted through PharmCAS.

PostBacCAS
For prospective students interested in pursuing a Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences degree. Applications accepted through PostBacCAS.

PTCAS
For prospective students interested in pursuing a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Applications accepted through PTCAS.

RFPTCAS
For prospective students interested in pursuing the Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship Certificate. Applications accepted through RF-PTCAS.

Application Deadline Extensions 

The application deadlines for Master of Arts in Counseling and Master of Arts in Family Therapy programs have been extended from September 3 to October 1.