Regis University Financial Aid As a current student or applicant to Regis University, the first step toward receiving financial aid is to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Submitting the FAFSA allows you to apply for federal, state and institutional grants, loans, student employment, and scholarships. Undocumented Students Regis University is dedicated to providing financial support to undocumented students within the limits of state and federal law. Financial aid is generally not available for undocumented students. The majority of all student aid, including Federal and Colorado student aid, requires the recipient to be a US citizen or permanent resident (green card holder) or an eligible non-citizen. Regis University provides institutional funds to undocumented students by awarding academic and other talent-based scholarships. The majority of these scholarships are awarded at the time of admission and notice is included in the admissions letter. Students who are eligible to work in the United States can apply for on-campus student employment at www.regis.edu/studentemployment. For more information, visit www.regis.edu/scholarships and www.finaid.org/otheraid/undocumented.phtml. General Information Find information on how aid is awarded, important dates and estimate your eligibility. How to Apply Applying for financial aid is not as complicated as it may seem. Follow three simple steps to start ... Essential Links Our essential links will help you apply for financial aid and improve student loan decisions. Frequently Asked Questions Find answers to frequently asked questions regarding college admissions and financial aid. Four-Year Guarantee Complete your Regis College baccalaureate degree in four years or take the additional coursework at ... Money Matters Manage your expenses and develop habits that will help your money go further.