Criminology Programs

877.820.0581

International Students

Regis University welcomes international students to our online and campus-based undergraduate and graduate programs. You will receive a degree from a respected, accredited University, and the geographic and cultural diversity of the classroom will result in a richer learning experience.

For a full overview of visa requirements and regulations, see the information listed on the U.S. Department of State website.

International students (defined as non-U.S. citizens) must submit the following:

  1. Visa: Legal copies of your Visa with I-94 (front and back) are required. It is the student’s responsibility to arrange for a visa or its renewal. Regis University does not assist online or non-degree seeking students with obtaining a visa. *Students completing their coursework entirely online will not be issued an I-20 form to apply for a visa.
     
  2. English Proficiency:Applicants must have official TOEFL score reports sent directly to Regis University CPS Admissions (Regis code 4656).
      • Minimum accepted TOEFL COMPUTER total score of 213 and Essay (TWE) score of 5.0.
      • Minimum accepted TOEFL INTERNET total score of 82 with minimum scores of: 24 Writing, 20 Speaking, 22 Reading, 16 Listening
  3. Credential Evaluation: International students, and students who are U.S. citizens but acquired college credits at an institution outside the U.S., must receive an approved evaluation of their undergraduate credits or undergraduate degree (and, if applicable, transcripts with pre-requisite courses). The evaluation must show a course-by-course comparison and equivalence from a regionally accredited college or university in the U.S.

The original, official evaluation should be sent directly to:

Regis University
Academic Records and Registration
3333 Regis Boulevard A-8
Denver, CO 80221-1099

Send original transcripts to one of the three approved services listed below:

  • American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers
    One Dupont Circle, NW, Ste. 520
    Washington, D.C. 20036-1135
    FAX: 202.822.3940
    Phone: 202.296.3359
    Email: ies@aacrao.org
    Web: www.aacrao.org
  • Education Credentials Evaluators, Inc. PO Box 514070
    Milwaukee, WI 53203-3470
    FAX: 414.289.3411
    Phone: 414.289.3400
    Email: eval@ece.org
    Web: www.ece.org
  • International Education Research Foundation, Inc.
    PO Box 3665
    Culver City, CA 90231-3665
    FAX: 310.342.7086
    Phone: 310.258.9451
    Email: info@ierf.org
    Web: www.ierf.org

Visit www.toefl.org for more information.

We will waive the English proficiency exam requirement for applicants who:

  • Learned English as a first language
  • Apply for an undergraduate program and have 30 passing credits from a U.S. college or university
  • Already have a U.S. undergraduate degree
  • Are permanent residents with at least five years of U.S. work experience

Learn more about the requirements and paperwork for international students: call us at 877-820-0581 to speak to an Enrollment Counselor or request more information and we will contact you directly.