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The Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree Program, one of the Regis Fast Track Programs, allows highly motivated students to save nearly a full year of tuition, room and board costs and begin their careers or master’s degrees a year early. These fully accredited programs offer the same high academic standards as four-year degrees by blending traditional curriculum with year-round programs and outside-the-classroom experience.
To apply for a three-year degree, first complete your application to Regis via the Common Application. Next, submit the supplemental Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree Application to the Office of Undergraduate Admission.
For questions on the application process, please contact Alexander Patturelli, Director for Undergraduate Admission.
Director for Undergraduate Admission
Students in the Three-Year Bachelor’s Program follow a specific three-year structured curriculum that includes online courses in the summer semester. Students can still study abroad, join service trips, and participate in the same extra-curricular activities as traditional four-year students, including playing on one of our NCAA Division III athletic teams. The Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree option is best suited for organized students who are comfortable managing a heavier course load.
You will be assigned a three-year advisor who will offer academic and career guidance in order to support successful completion of your degree. The program is a cohort model, meaning that you will have a supportive learning community of fellow students enrolled in the program.
The Finucane and O’Sullivan Institute for Learning provides content tutoring as well as executive function coaching, which teaches you self-management skills in order to achieve your goals. Regis also offers remote coaching during summer sessions including online tutoring. You will receive individualized Career and Academic Plans with robust internship opportunities to ensure you are career-ready in three years. These services are all included in the cost of tuition.
Read our Three-Year FAQ page for further information about Three-Year Bachelor's Degrees at Regis.
Earning my degree in three years was the best decision I made in college. Not only was I able to still participate in athletics and serve as class president, I'm now working full-time as a business development associate for SecurityScorecard while my peers are still in school. - Isaiah Wilson '19