Amid a regional and national nursing shortage, Regis has graduated more than 1,500 nurses in the last two years, earning the institution a spot on the U.S. News and World Report’s list of 2024 Best Nursing Schools: Master's.

Regis offers several online and on-campus nursing programs, including a 24-month accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, Master of Science in Nursing with six NP Specializations, and Doctor of Nursing Practice program. The programs are offered in different modalities that work best for the learning needs and work life balance of their students.

“Regis is known for its excellent nursing program that prepares students at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels who want to make a difference in the lives of patients through compassionate, person-centered care.,” said the Interim Carol A. Donovan Endowed Dean of Nursing, Sharon Higgins, DNP ’23, NP-C, ONC, WCC. “With a foundation in the liberal arts, Regis educates the whole person, teaching students to be attentive to the unique needs of their patients.”