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Regis University Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

11,069 students

76% admitted

  • 5,639 full time
  • 5,430 part time
  • 1,917 men full time
  • 3,722 women full time
  • 3,017 applied
  • 2,290 admitted
  • 514 enrolled

5,301 Undergraduates

$31,200 tuition/year

  • 5,475 Graduates
  • 293 Non-Degree
  • $31,200 in state
  • $600 fees
  • $9,530 room & board
  • $1,800 books
  • (Based on stats from 2012/2013)

At a Glance

Religious affiliation: Catholic, Jesuit
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting: Rocky Mountains Large City
Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Semester
School Mascot: Rangers
School Colors: Blud and gold
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Kailyn from Aurora, CO
  • 0
  • This school is small, it has a high-school feel to it. Your professors know you and care about your success, you are not just a number. Get involved in the…

  • Apr-07-2012 Read More
  • Jacob from Elizabeth, CO
  • 0
  • the campus is very beautiful, and i could easily see myself living and learning here. the catholic atmosphere keeps it moral and enjoyable, and the prospect of attending daily mass…

  • Feb-07-2012 Read More
  • Melissa from Eugene, OR
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  • regis has been very welcoming to me despite the fact that i am not religious and have unconventional political and social views. i appreciate their sincere focus on personal accountability…

  • Feb-09-2012 Read More
  • Student
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  • perfect size to be personal, yet open to new things. can be anything you make of it - can help spirituality, help involvement in community, and much more. people here…

  • Mar-06-2012 Read More

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 5
  • Alexis from Peetz, CO
  • Nov-10-2011 I am a current student here

    There are always lots of activities going on around campus for students to participate in, and all the students and faculty want you to get involved. My first week on campus, upperclassmen came in the residence halls and let all the freshmen know that they were welcome to come play volleyball or basketball at open gym. Also there are a huge number of volunteering opportunities. For example, a group of friends and I volunteered at a Step Up for Down Syndrome walk, and my dorm floor is adopting a family. The community is super open and accepting of all types of people. Even the professors want you to get involved. Just last weekend we had a bowling tournament/pizza party where the Psychology/Neuroscience majors took on the Psych/Neuro faculty for rights to put their name on the trophy. The faculty won, but we won't go there :)

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  • 5
  • McKenna from Burlington, CO
  • Sep-14-2011 I am a current student here

    I have truly enjoyed my time at Regis because it provides so may options for getting involved. They have many clubs, intramurals, and activities students are able to participate in. There is usually always something going on somewhere on campus, you just have to look for it. They provide many opportunities to get involved in the community. Another benefit is that you are pretty close to downtown Denver so there are also many options to spend time off campus as well.

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  • 5
  • Katie from Firestone, CO
  • Jul-01-2011 I am a current student here

    I loved living in the dorms, and I love walking across the campus and seeing about a dozen people I know. The small community makes it feel like it really is about us. When I see my professors, they not only know my name but can remember when I was sick and we can have a real conversation. I also love having the Chapel on campus, so it's a 3 minute walk to Mass, and I know over half the people at each Mass! It's a great experience.

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  • 5
  • Kirsten from Denver, CO
  • Jun-27-2011 I am a current student here

    I am absolutely happy here. Regis is located in close proximity to downtown Denver and its happening art and theatre scene, restaurants, and museums. It is also close to bike trails that reach from past Denver all the way up to Golden, Colorado. Lastly, everyone is extremely friendly from the faculty, students, and staff to the community that surrounds the campus and beyond.

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