Regis College is rolling admission, meaning that you can apply at any time and receive a quick admission decision. Other benefits include:
*We recognize the changes in SAT/ACT administration due to COVID-19 have created challenges for students who wish to take or retake these tests as part of their application process. Test scores are not required for students applying for fall 2021 admission to Regis and will not impact merit scholarship consideration.
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First-year applicants should submit the following to be considered for admission to Regis College:
Regis College does not require you to submit SAT/ACT scores as part of your application and SAT/ACT scores will not impact merit scholarship consideration.
If you have previously applied and wish to reactivate your application, you must submit an Application Reactivation Form to the Office of Undergraduate Admission. Regis College will reactivate a student file within two years of its original date of submission. If any additional documentation is needed in order to provide an admission decision, an admission representative will be in contact with you.
It is recommended applicants have the following college preparatory credentials:
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement to entering full-time, first-year, and transfer students seeking degrees. Students are automatically considered for merit scholarships as part of the admission process. Learn more about scholarships and aid.
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