Regis has a dual enrollment agreement with St. George’s University in Grenada. If you are accepted into this program, you will also receive acceptance into medical or veterinary schools at Saint George's. You can enter SGU after completing your prerequisites at Regis which can be done in three or four years. Acceptance into this program does not require that you attend SGU. You are free to attend any school you choose after graduation.

Applications are reviewed holistically by the teams at both Regis and SGU. However, some general guidelines include:

  • Three letters of recommendation
  • 1800 combined SAT, or 26 ACT
  • Minimum GPA of 3.4 with a strong science and math background

Upon acceptance, students must maintain a GPA of 3.4 or above, and earn competitive scores on the MCAT (within three points of previous year’s average) or GRE (above 290).

Advantages

  • Students enter SGU’s medical or veterinary medical programs directly, without competing for a slot;
  • You will have earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees in seven years, one fewer year than the traditional path;
  • Accelerated program results mean you save money on tuition; and
  • SGU students can complete their clinical training and residency requirements at an extensive network of hospitals in the United States and throughout the world.