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Regis University Admissions Information

Regis University
Denver, CO (map)


Proudly educating leaders in the Jesuit Catholic tradition since 1877, Regis University encourages its students to make a positive impact on society. Regis has a long tradition of charitable service fueled by Judeo-Christian values, promoting faith and justice. Set in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Regis is a prime location for skiing, among many other outdoor extracurricular activities. On campus, Regis offers its students countless choices of activities, all centered around community, participation and mutual support.

Regis University is composed of three colleges: Regis College, the Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions, and the College for Professional Studies. While the College for Health Professions does offer some degree programs for undergraduates, the information on this page is based off the statistics for Regis College, which focuses on the liberal arts and is geared toward high school graduates and transfers. With 33 areas of study and special programs like ROTC and the Honors Program, Regis has opportunities across the board for every interest.



Basic Info

Main Address: 3333 Regis Boulevard
Denver, Colorado 80221-1099
Phone Number: (303) 458-4100  
Website: http://www.regis.edu/  


Type of school: Private  
Type of school: Roman Catholic  
Setting: Suburban  
Athletics: Division II, Intramural and Club Sports.  
Degrees offered: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral  
Size of undergraduate student body: 1,515  
Percent out-of-state: 43%  
Percent international: 2%  
Female to Male ratio: 60:40  

Academic Life

Student to Professor ratio: 10:1  
Most popular majors: Business/Marketing
Interdisciplinary Studies
Social Sciences
Special study programs: Cross-Registration
Double Major
Honors Program
Independent Study
ROTC (Air Force, Army, Navy)
Student-Designed Major
Study Abroad
Teacher Certification
Visiting/Exchange Student Program

Campus Life

Housing options:
Co-ed, Men's and Women's housing
Cooperative Housing
Wellness Housing (alcohol/drug/smoke-free)
Apartments for Single Students
Special Housing for Disabled Students
Campus Ministries
Concert Band
Literary Magazine
Musical Theater
Student Government
Choral Groups
Jazz Band
Music Ensembles
Radio Station
Student Newspaper

Fun Facts

  • Ranked a top school in western US for 15 years

Admissions Information

Applicants to Regis University must apply to a specific program. As previously mentioned, the university is comprised of three colleges: Regis College, the Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions, and the College for Professional Studies. The information on this page is specifically about Regis College.

Applications are evaluated based on the applicant's high school record, standardized scores, activities, a recommendation and their essay. Regis has a rolling admissions policy, which opens on July 15. The admissions committee does not consider the writing section of either the ACT or SAT in its admission decisions. Students are encouraged to apply online, either by the Regis application or with the Common App, of which each is considered equally.

Admissions address: 3333 Regis Boulevard, Mail Code B20
Denver, CO 80221-1099
Phone number: (303) 458-4900  
Fax number: (303) 964-5534  
Admissions Website: http://www.regis.edu/College-Admissions-and-Financial-Aid.aspx  
Email: regisadm@regis.edu  
Contact Person: Victor Davolt, Director of Admissions, Regis College  
Number of first-year applications received: 1,327  
Percent of applicants admitted: 80%  

Application Information

Regular application deadline: Rolling, beginning July 15  
Early decision/action deadline: N/A  
Accepts the Common Application? Yes  
Admission requirements: 1 Academic Teacher Evaluation
School Report
Mid-year Report
Final Report

Application Information

Standardized test scores required? Yes  
Policy regarding SAT score-use: Required, but does not consider the writing section  
Middle 50% Scores



% Who Submitted Scores
SAT Critical Reading
SAT Math
SAT Writing
ACT Composite

College Board code: 4656  
ACT code: 0526  
Learn more about other Top Colorado schools:
University of Northern Colorado   Colorado School of Mines   Colorado State  

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