We thoroughly evaluate the credentials of every candidate and review all aspects of their Regis application. We consider many factors, including:
- Academic achievement
- Leadership qualities, extracurricular involvement, and commitment to community service
- Writing ability as shown on the essay component of the common application
- We recognize the changes in SAT/ACT administration during spring 2020 due to COVID-19 have created challenges for students who wish to take or retake these examinations as part of their application process for fall 2022. For students applying for fall 2022 admission into the undergraduate nursing program within the Young School of Nursing or the dental hygiene program within the School of Health Sciences during the 2021-2022 admission cycle, we have adopted an SAT/ACT optional policy. Students may submit scores, but they are not required.
Students who are homeschooled and seeking entry into the St. George's University or New England College of Optometry programs are required to submit SAT/ACT scores.
The following college preparatory credentials are recommended:
- Four years of English
- Three years of mathematics and natural sciences 1
- Three years of social sciences
- Two years of foreign language (same language)
Regis College evaluates applicants for admission without regard to race, age, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, ethnic or national origin, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, pregnancy, veteran status, membership in uniformed services, or any other protected status.
- November 1: Transfer priority application deadline
- November 15: Early Action first-year application deadline
- January 1: Enrollment deposit deadline for spring semester
- February 1: Priority first-year application deadline
- February 15: FAFSA deadline
- April 1: Priority transfer application deadline for fall semester
- May 1: Enrollment deposit deadline for fall semester first-year students
Regis College accepts applications on a rolling basis with priority given to those students who apply by November 15 and before February 1. A final high school transcript and an official indication of graduation and confirmation that the student is in good standing with their high school must be received by the Office of Undergraduate Admission no later than July 15. Failure to submit these documents may result in the student’s acceptance being rescinded and cancellation of the Financial Aid Award letter.