At the main campus of Regis University in Denver, Colorado, students get a high-quality Jesuit education that emphasizes academic rigor and service to others. Degree programs range from those in the arts and sciences to professional fields of study.
Home to the Ruecker-Hartman College for Health Professions, Regis awards degrees in:
- Health Service Administration
- Physical Therapy
Regis also offers such undergraduate and graduate concentrations as
- Business Administration
- Computer Information Systems
- Nonprofit Management
- History and Politics
- Religious Studies
- Visual Arts
Since Regis is dedicated to promoting the value of service, students may also major or minor in areas within the service and social justice fields, such as Christian Leadership or Conflict and Dialogue Studies.
This commitment to service is also seen in Regis’ service learning program, in which students from all majors become involved. Service learning takes the form of volunteering at local organizations, engaging in outreach and providing advocacy and other types of service to people in need.
Other on-campus activities include film festivals, an outdoor adventure program and city outings.
Applicants are evaluated on a basis of different factors, including their application, a transcript, ACT or SAT scores, extracurricular activities, the writing sample and teacher and counselor recommendations.
Financial aid types include talent, academic and service scholarships, and need-based awards like grants, loans and work-study.
Quick Facts about Regis University
Large City Setting
Large (5,000 to 10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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