As required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act - 2008, Regis University provides a variety of information to the campus community and prospective students. Links to these policies and reports and to the offices that provide them are included below. For print copies, please contact Enrollment Services or the offices listed below.

Consumer Information

General Institutional Information

Academic Programs and Regulations

The University Catalog contains information regarding Regis University's degree programs, academic regulations, faculty, and facilities. Printed copies are available upon request from the Office of Academic Records and Registration. Current students can also find information on the various Regis University academic programs for Regis College, Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions, and the College for Professional Studies online under each program's site.

Regis University Catalog
Current Students


Regis University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association.

Commission URL:; Commission Phone: 312.263.0456

Review more information regarding our accreditation, including the Regis University self-study: Accreditation Details

Other accreditations and affiliations can be found on page 16 of the University Catalog.

Academic Certificate Programs (Gainful Employment Disclosures)

In accordance with the Department of Education Gainful Employment disclosure requirements as defined by 34 CFR 668.6, the link below provides information on the academic certificate programs that may be eligible for Title IV financial aid at Regis University.

The information provided describes the graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information regarding gainful employment for the latest completed academic year.

Certificate Programs

Complaint Procedures

Students should expect that their experience at Regis University will be positive, meaningful, and academically challenging. In the unfortunate case that a student is not satisfied with their experience, there are several avenues to explore in resolving complaints. The following link provides contact information and complaint procedures for a variety of situations and includes complaint procedures in each state of residence as required by the Department of Education.

Regis University and State Complaint Procedures

Student Disability Services

Information regarding special facilities and services available to disabled persons is handled through Student Disability Services. They can be reached at 1.800.388.2366 ext. 4941 or 303.458.4941, or visit the Lowell campus, Clarke Hall, Suite 241.

Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

FERPA requires an institution to notify students of their privacy rights covered by the Act. This information is contained on page 42 of the University Catalog under Confidentiality of Student Records and on the Academic Records & Registration office web page. If you have questions regarding these rights, you can e-mail Enrollment Services or visit the Office of Academic Records & Registration at the Lowell campus, Main Hall 4th floor.

FERPA Policy

Location, Facility, and Faculty/Staff Information

A virtual tour of the Regis University campuses and a detailed virtual tour of the Lowell campus can be found via the virtual tour on this website. Additional information can be found in the University Catalog.

A list of faculty and staff can be found on INsite, the University's internal web portal, and in the University Catalog.

Policy on Transfer Credit

The transfer credit policy for each college is found in the University Catalog. Additional information regarding transfer credit policies for the College for Professional Studies can be found at

Responsible Use of Technology/Copyright Infringement/Intellectual Property Policies

Information about Regis University's policies on responsible use of information technology can be found in the Information Technology Services Policy Manual, housed on the University's web portal, known as Regis INsite. Please note that Insite requires a RegisNET login, and the link below will display the INsite login page if you are not already logged in to INsite.

Information Technology Policy Manual

Regis University is active in combatting copyright infringement, including pursuit of civil and criminal penalties for distributing copyrighted material (including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing and the prohibited use of the institution's information technology system for those activities). Our plans to do so can be found on this website page: Combatting Unauthorized Distribution of Copyrighted Materials

Tuition and Fees

The various costs of attending Regis University can be found on this website, along with payment options, due dates, and the refund policy.

Financial Aid Information

Information about the application process, consolidation, consortium agreements, cost of attendance, and about types of financial assistance available, applying for funds, and the rights and responsibilities of financial aid recipients is found on the Financial Aid web page and in the Financial Aid Handbooks for traditional and non-traditional students. Additional information about the terms and conditions under which students receive Federal Family Educational Loans and Perkins Loans is available from the Financial Aid office.

Statement of Ethical Principles

As part of the Regis University community, the Financial Aid office subscribes to a set of ethical principles that incorporates the Regis University Mission; the Enrollment Services Vision, Mission and Values; and guidelines provided by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA).

Statement of Ethical Principles

Ethical Code of Conduct

The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008 adds to the federal financial aid Program Participation Agreement a requirement that an institution participating in a Title IV loan program must develop, publish, administer, and enforce a code of conduct that includes specific bans and prohibitions.

Ethical Code of Conduct

Beware of Financial Aid Fraud

According to the FTC, perpetrators of financial aid fraud often use these tactics to manipulate students

  • Guarantee scholarship or your money back
  • Promise that you can't get this information anywhere else
  • Ask for your credit card or bank account number to hold the scholarship
  • Promise to do all the work for you
  • Inform you that your scholarship will cost some money
  • Congratulate you that you have been selected by a national foundation to receive a scholarship or say that you are a finalist in a contest you never entered

For more information or to file a complaint regarding fraud, contact 1.877.FTC.HELP (1.877.382.4357) or visit the FTC's Scholarship and Financial Scams website.

Student Characteristics and Outcomes

Enrollment figures, student demographic reports, student body diversity, and graduation and completion rates for the general student body are available from College Navigator or upon request from the Office of Academic Records and Registration. Information about graduate and professional education pursued by alumni and information about the placement and types of employment obtained by graduates is available from the Office of Career Services.

Information on student body diversity in the categories of gender and ethnicity of enrolled, full-time students who receive Federal Pell grants can be found in this document.

Graduation and Completion Rates

Graduation and completion rates are available for a cohort of students for whom 150% of the normal time-to-completion has elapsed and are compiled by the Office of Academic Records and Registration and updated by July 1 every year. Graduation and completion rates are posted on this website.

Graduation rates for a cohort of students in relation to Federal Financial Aid can be found in this document.

In addition, the graduation rates and academic success rates of student athletes is reported by the Athletic Department and compiled by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). A copy of the most recent reports can be found online at the NCAA website. Select Division II Academic Success Rates; then choose Regis University. You may request a paper copy of these reports by contacting the Regis University Director of Athletics at 1.800.388.2366 ext. 4070 or 303.458.4070.

Participation Rates and Support for Athletic Programs

Under the Equity in Athletics Disclosure ACT (EADA), schools must provide equitable athletic opportunities for its men and women students. The EADA report provides participation rates, financial support, and other information on men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs at Regis University. This report is prepared annually by October 15 and available at, or a paper copy can be obtained by contacting the Regis University Director of Athletics at 1.800.388.2366 ext. 4070 or 202.458.4070.

Health and Safety Issues

Campus and Fire Safety

Regis University's RU Alert Emergency Notification system will notify and give direction to students, staff and faculty upon the University's confirmation of a significant emergency, dangerous situation, or campus closure. In the event of such emergency, notification may be sent through RU Alert via text messages and e-mail announcements.

Sign up for RU Alert

A copy of the Regis University Campus Security Report is made available every year by October 1. This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Regis University; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. This report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning sexual assault, and other matters. You can download a copy of this report on this website, or obtain a paper copy by contacting the Campus Safety department  at 1.800.388.2366 ext. 4122 or 303.458.4122.

Drug & Alcohol Policies and Prevention

Regis University is committed to preventing the use of illegal substances by students, faculty and staff and to encouraging responsible behavior regarding alcohol and legal addictive substances through policy, education and treatment.

In the case of employees, the Regis University Office of Human Resources, and in the case of students, the Regis University Office of Student Life, shall, at least annually, distribute to each employee, and each student who is taking one or more courses for any kind of academic credit at any Regis campus, a copy or summary of the Regis University Drug Free Campus Policy, a description of the health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol, a description of the applicable legal sanctions under local, state, or federal law for the unlawful possession or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol, and a description of any drug or alcohol counseling, treatment, rehabilitation, or re-entry programs that are available to employees or students.

You can find more information on these and other Alcohol and Substance Abuse policies on this website. Faculty and Staff can also contact Human Resources at 1.800.388.2366 ext. 4161 or 303.458.4161 or the Human Resources section on InSite. Students can contact Student Life at 1.800.388.2366 ext. 4086 or 303.458.4086.


In accordance with Colorado Revised Statutes, proof of immunization is required of all students in Regis College and the Rueckert-Hartman College of Health Professions. While not required for the College for Professional Studies, students are strongly encouraged to ensure that all immunizations are up to date. More information on Student Health Services for Regis College and Rueckert-Hartman College of Health Professions students can be found on this website.

For more information on disease and disease control, visit Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)