Provides support and assistance to students and families regarding the FAFSA, grants, scholarships, loans, and the federal work-study program.
Four-year undergraduate merit scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement. Students do not need to apply separately for a merit scholarship and are informed of their award at the time of their acceptance. Merit scholarships are awarded to entering full-time, first-year, and transfer students only. Merit scholarships do not need to be repaid.
Some students may not qualify for the federal work-study program (FWS). FWS is based on financial need calculated by the FAFSA form.
Your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is an index number that the financial aid staff use to determine how much financial aid you will receive. The information you report on your FAFSA, including specific tax information and family income, is used to calculate your EFC.
For more information, visit the Federal Student Aid website.
Regis is an active participant in all veteran’s educational reimbursement programs. For the Post-9/11 GI Bill®Yellow Ribbon Program, Regis contributes $35,000 towards undergraduate tuition and $25,000 towards graduate tuition. These amounts are matched by the Veteran’s Administration. Recipients of this program will also receive a housing and textbook allowance from the Department of Veteran Affairs. Qualified veterans and their dependents are eligible for this benefit. The Regis College Veteran Center works collaboratively with students who are enrolled in the VA Vocational Rehabilitation Program Chapter 31 and their VA employment counselor to successfully pursue their education.
Going from full-time to part-time (under 12 credits for undergraduate students; under 6 credits for graduate students) for an undergraduate student can greatly impact your financial aid award as some loans or grants are based on full time enrollment. If you are considering going part-time, you should contact your financial aid counselor to better understand how this will affect your award.
Yolande Stephenson: undergraduate and graduate students with last names A-F; work-study program
Logan Liberty: undergraduate and graduate students with last names G-N
Janet Casey: undergraduate and graduate students with last names O-Z
Rebecca Anderson: online and Regis North students with last names A-L
Valerie Paterson: online and Regis North students with last names M-Z
If you experience a significant change in your financial circumstances or if you have extenuating circumstances that are not reflected on your FAFSA, you may submit a letter of appeal. Documentation that supports your appeal should be turned in as well. Appeals generally take two weeks for a response. If you experience any of the following situations, please submit it in writing to the Office of Financial Aid:
Students who are checking on the status of a private loan they recently applied for should speak to their Regis Financial Aid counselor. Students asking about private loan options can view multiple options online here.
The bursar handles all student questions regarding billing and collection of fees. Billing may include student tuition and fees, room and board, and other charges.
The due date for payment is listed on the student’s bill/account summary.
Late fees are typically applied one month after the bill is due. The late fee amount is $100.
Refunds are sent out no later than 14 days after your loan has been disbursed.
Refunds are sent out via direct deposit or mail depending on the preference that you setup with our Partner Nelnet. For new students, an email will be sent from email@example.com with a link to setup your refund preference.
If you are a returning student, please visit regiscollege.afford.com and log in to make or update any changes to your refund preference.
If your student account reflects a negative amount, this indicates that you can expect to receive a refund and do not actually owe those funds.
For the 2020-2021 academic year, the health insurance begins on or after August 20, 2020, depending on when you enrolled.
During certain times of the year, it can be difficult to reach a representative. The best option is to email firstname.lastname@example.org (for all undergraduate and on-the-ground graduate student questions) or email@example.com (for all online student questions), and a representative will get back to you as quickly as possible.