Take Your Degree to an Additional Level of Excellence
The Loretto Heights School of Nursing Honors Program at Regis University provides learning opportunities for students in the Traditional Nursing Program students who demonstrate exceptional academic and leadership ability to enhance their undergraduate educational experience. The purpose of the Nursing Honors Program is to provide additional opportunities to develop leadership and scholarship in collaboration with future colleagues in the nursing profession and other health related disciplines.
The Nursing Honors Program centers on a series of seminars and projects in tandem with all other requirements in the BSN program. To be eligible to apply for the Nursing Honors Program, students must be matriculated with Junior year standing in the Traditional Nursing Program, be enrolled full time, and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. Students who successfully complete all BSN Nursing Honors Program courses and maintain the specified grades in Traditional Nursing Program courses graduate with the designation of Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Honors on their diploma.