Regis offers a diverse and vibrant community for international undergraduate students to experience programs that are career-focused and educate the whole person. Please follow the checklist below for next steps:

You are considered an international student if you do not have U.S. citizenship or U.S. Permanent Resident status. To apply for undergraduate admission, complete the following steps by the appropriate application deadline. Regis College offers a rolling admission process.

  1. Complete your application and personal statement using the Common Application
  2. Submit your official transcript(s)
  3. Submit standardized test scores
  4. Submit proof of English proficiency
    1. If English is not your first language you must send us results on an English proficiency test such as the TOEFL, IELTS, or CAE. The TOEFL code for Regis is 3723. Regis requires a minimum score of a 71 TOEFL, 6 IELTS, or 169 CAE. We will consider other assessments on a case-by-case basis. If English is your first language or if you have attended school for three to four years where English is the medium of instruction, you may qualify for an English proficiency waiver.
  5. Provide at least one teacher recommendation letter
  6. Submit a scanned copy of your passport ID page
  7. Provide documentation of financial support or certification of finances

Transfer students: In addition to steps one through seven above, international students who have completed college or university coursework outside the U.S. must have their transcripts translated and evaluated by a recognized agency such as World Education Services, Education Credential Evaluators, or Foundation for International Services.

Note to all applicants: Please be sure to keep copies of all the documents you submit for admission. You may need to present these documents at the U.S. Embassy when you apply for a student visa or to U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials when you enter the United States.

For information about the visa process, please contact Regis' SEVIS officer and Director of the university's Center for Global Connections: