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Admission Procedures & Requirements
Regis considers each application holistically. We thoroughly evaluate the credentials of every candidate and review all aspects of their application. Information about the necessary pieces of your application may be found here.
In reviewing candidates, we carefully consider many factors, including:
- Academic performance in a college preparatory curriculum and grades received. We recommend that students take a mix that includes honors, AP, and/or IB courses, as available at their high schools.
- Leadership qualities and participation in extracurricular activities, such as community service, athletics, internships and jobs, and scholastic achievement.
- The required essay, demonstrating a student’s ability to think critically and communicate effectively.
- A letter of recommendation from your secondary school counselor and/or teachers; additional recommendations may be submitted.
- SAT/ACT scores (optional for all academic programs except nursing)
- An interview with one of our admission representatives -- highly recommended, but not required.
Students who wish to be considered for Early Action must apply by December 1. Regis accepts applications on a rolling basis, with priority given to those students who apply before February 1.
The following college preparatory credentials are recommended
- English – four years
- Mathematics – three years (Algebra I and II, Geometry)*
- Natural science – three years (two with a laboratory)*
- Social science – three years
- Foreign language – two years (same language)
- Electives – three or four
* Students interested in being considered for nursing should complete four years of mathematics and natural science.
Regis College welcomes applicants for admission without regard to race, color, religious affiliation, national or ethnic origin, or learning or physical disability.
Admitted students should submit a non-refundable enrollment deposit by the Candidate’s Reply date of May 1, or by an alternate date specified by the Director of Admission. Deposits received after May 1 will be accepted on a space-available basis. Admitted students applying for the spring semester (January) should submit a non-refundable enrollment deposit by January 1.
A final high school transcript and an official indication of graduation must be received by the Office of Admission no later than July 15. Failure to submit these documents may result in the student’s acceptance being rescinded and cancellation of the Financial Aid Award letter.