At Regis, we understand that the transfer process can be challenging, and we’re committed to helping you navigate the application and admission process with ease.
Contact our undergraduate admission office at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We invite you to visit our beautiful campus and attend a transfer virtual information session. Or feel free to schedule some time with one of our transfer admission counselors Melanie Amato or Victoria Camara, who are always available to answer any questions about transferring to Regis.
Watch this brief video to hear Thalia Bowie, '21, '23 DNP tell her transfer story.
Yes. Upon acceptance, students qualify for Merit aid.
Merit scholarships range from $14,000-$18,000 per year.
Once you have submitted an enrollment deposit, you will receive an email from IT Helpdesk with your email credentials (make sure to check spam/junk mail); after you’ve accessed your email and Regis portal, you can schedule an appointment with the Director of Academic Advising, Laura Hidden, to get registered for courses.
Transcript Credit Evaluations determines which courses you’ve taken from your previous institution/s transfer over, which don’t, and with certain programs, what pre-requisites have/have not been completed; it also determines your class standing, based on the courses that transfer over.
All conventional undergraduate students must enroll in 16 Regis courses or 54 Regis credits in order to receive a degree from Regis College.
Get involved on campus! It is one of the best ways to meet new people and explore your passions. Connect with the Center for Student Engagement on our many clubs and organizations. To name a few, many of our students are involved in: Student Government Association, Multicultural Student Association, Dance Company, LatinXcellence, Mount Regis (Yearbook), Orientation Leaders/Pride Guides, Student Nursing Association, or any of our division III men's and women’s athletic teams!
There will be a summer orientation for fall 2023 transfer students on Friday, September 1; For incoming Spring students, there is an orientation at the beginning of January.
For new students starting September 2023, housing is guaranteed for those who deposit before August 1. After August 1, students will be placed on a waitlist and placed as spaced become available. You will be placed in one of our five residence halls, based on roommate selection and availability.