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Spring Information | Admitted Students
Welcome to Regis College!
To assist you with your enrollment, here’s a list of things to keep in mind as an incoming student:
- If you have not done so already, please submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible.
- Please submit your Enrollment Deposit no later than January 1 in order to attend Regis for the spring 2019 semester. The cost is $200 for commuters and $450 for residents (which includes a $250 housing deposit.) We accept checks, money orders, and credit cards. Checks and money orders may be made payable to Regis College (be sure to include your name on the memo line of the check or money order). You can pay with a credit card (American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or Visa) online.
- Advising and Course Registration: The Office of Academic Advising will contact you via your Regis email address to schedule an Advising and Course Selection (ACS) appointment. Please contact your respective advising representative with any questions.
First-year students: Laura Hidden, director of Academic Advising, email@example.com, 781.768.8356
Transfer students: Caitlyn Masiero, director of Retention and Student Success, firstname.lastname@example.org, 781.768.7360
- Transfer students should submit an official final transcript from this semester (if applicable) sent directly from your current institution to our office. Transcripts may be mailed to:
Office of Undergraduate Admission
235 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493
- Attend Spring Orientation: You're invite to attend our spring new student orientation program. You will receive more information in the mail, which will include a checklist with items to be completed prior to your arrival at Regis. Please contact Kirk Lee, assistant dean of Student Affairs, at 781.768.7455 or email@example.com with any questions.
- Get ready for move-in. If you are planning to live on campus, please contact the Office of Residence Life and Housing at 781.768.7452 to obtain your housing assignment for the semester.
- Make sure your health insurance information is up-to-date. Massachusetts law requires all undergraduate students taking nine credits or more to either demonstrate proof of comparable health insurance coverage or purchase a qualifying student health insurance plan through their institution of higher education.
- In order to ensure that all Regis students are properly insured to meet the state law, all students are initially charged on their student account for the cost of the plan. It is then your choice whether to enroll in this insurance plan or waive the insurance and remain on your family or individual plan. If you waive the insurance plan by demonstrating proof of comparable insurance through our online system, the charge will be removed from your student account. For more information about the plan offered by the university and how to waive or enroll, please contact the Center for Student Services at 781.768.7270.