Students who earn their degree in three years will save approximately $37,000 in tuition plus $17,000 for residential students for a total savings of $54,000 off the full tuition and room and board rate.
Yes, students may apply their AP credit from high school for their three-year degree.
Yes, students may apply up to 30 credits from their Joint Services Transcript (JST) to a Regis College undergraduate degree program, either through the Fast Track Program or regular admission. Regis accepts JST credits from CLEP and DSST examinations, military coursework, and military occupations.
Please note that military credits may not be used for any courses in the social work major. For more specific information regarding limitations of military credits for the three-year degree, contact our veteran liaison.
Students may also apply GI Bill or Yellow Ribbons benefits the same as a traditional four-year program.
For fall 2020, students coming from high school and those with 30 or fewer AP/Military credits may apply. Information about transfer application opportunities will be made available in the future.
All three-year degree programs have the option to add an additional year of graduate-level study and earn a combined bachelor's and master's degree in as little as four years. Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission for more information about the combined bachelor's/master's degree option for three-year students.
Yes. Each academic program will offer an opportunity for students to study abroad. For more information on study abroad options at Regis, please visit the Office of Global Connections.
Yes, students will need to coordinate with the Director of the Honors Program to ensure they meet the requirements for that program as well. For more information on the Honors Program, please visit the Honors webpage.
Yes. Students in the three-year bachelor’s degree program are encouraged to be active participants in Regis student life and gain meaningful leadership experience. View all of Regis' current clubs and organizations.
Yes. Students can have up to four years of athletic eligibility and can continue to be a student-athlete in year four if they are enrolled in a graduate program. Students will need to be highly organized and motivated to combine this accelerated academic program with leadership roles and athletics. Learn more about Regis' 20 NCAA Division III athletic teams.