Congratulations on your acceptance to Regis! To assist you with your enrollment, here’s a list of next steps:
Please submit your required enrollment deposit online here.
We accept checks, money orders, and credit cards (American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa.) Be sure to include your name on the memo line of the check or money order. In addition to online payment, deposits may be mailed to the address below. Please note deposits are non-refundable.
Ask your high school secondary school counselors or registrar at the college you are transferring from to mail your official final transcript and final term grades directly to:
Office of Undergraduate Admission
235 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493
Massachusetts law requires that all incoming students provide proof of immunization, have a physical exam prior to their arrival to campus, and complete their health forms. Health information must be submitted no later than July 15 for fall enrollment. Regis has partnered with CastleBranch, a compliance management company, to provide students with a secure online account to manage time sensitive health document requirements. Step-by-step instructions on completing the CastleBranch process can be found here.
After you submit your deposit, you will receive details regarding the mandatory Regis Orientation and Registration program. At orientation, you will:
Up to two parents/guardians per student are encouraged to attend a special Parent Orientation to ask questions and become familiar with the campus and our services.
For more information about orientation, please contact James Guaragna, Director of New Student Programs and Engagement:
You will be able to register for your fall semester classes at orientation. Summer dates will be open for registration soon.
You will receive an information packet in the mail, including a checklist of forms that will need to be completed before beginning your first semester at Regis. In addition, you will need to sign up for orientation. Any transfer student who has a specific question about registering for classes or attending orientation should contact Laura Hidden, Director of Academic Advising:
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.
Plan on how you will pay for your education for the 2018-19 school year. For more information, please visit the Office of Financial Aid.