You must apply for aid every year by submitting a FAFSA.
The 2024-2025 FAFSA is available now.
Complete and submit the FAFSA online. On the 2024–25 FAFSA form, every contributor—anyone (you, your spouse, a biological or adoptive parent, or your parent's spouse) who's required to provide information on the FAFSA form—needs a StudentAid.gov account before accessing and completing their section of the online form. Contributors can access their StudentAid.gov account by using their FSA ID (account username and password).
Note: Contributors without an SSN can create a StudentAid.gov account to fill out their portion of your 2024–25 FAFSA form online.
To start the online 2024–25 FAFSA form, select “Start New Form.” You’ll be taken to the “Log In” page to enter your account username and password. After logging in, you’ll be given the option to select your applicable role to fill out the FAFSA form: “Student” or “Parent.” You (the student) should select “Student.” If a parent wants to start their dependent child’s FAFSA form, they should select the “Parent” option.
Students and parents are urged to utilize the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) to instantly transfer your tax information directly into your FAFSA. If you have already filed your FAFSA for the 2022-2023 year, please update it by logging back into your FAFSA and use the Data Retrieval Tool to import your 2021 tax information. Students and Parents may use the DRT in lieu of submitting 2021 federal tax transcripts (if requested by the Financial Aid Office).
Students and parents who do not or cannot use the IRS data retrieval process when filing a FAFSA may be required to provide a 2021 IRS tax transcript if selected for verification. A tax transcript can be obtained through the IRS web site at:
Tax transcripts should not be sent to Regis. Please have this form sent to you directly and then forward to Regis with the student name and ID number written across the top of the page.
Regis reserves the right to revise policies, procedures, fee structures, or information requirements at any time to conform to federal, state, local, or institutional policy.