Transfer to Regis University CPS: Students

Maximize Your Career Potential

Build Upon the Success of Your Associate's Degree

It is no secret that education is an important component to your personal and professional development. As you look beyond your Associate's degree for ways to accelerate your career and put yourself on track for continued success, earning an accredited Bachelor's degree from Regis University College for Professional Studies (CPS) gives you the knowledge and skills you need to take your career to the next level.

Transferring to Regis University CPS

Through the Associate’s to Bachelor's® Program at Regis University CPS, community college students can transfer up to 90 credit hours to be applied toward their Bachelor's degree. Students can easily assess the transferability of their community college coursework with the help of our dedicated Enrollment Counselors, Advisors, and our community college transfer guides, which detail course transferability specific to your community college and the degree you wish to pursue. Regis University CPS offers a number of in-demand Bachelor's degree programs in the fields of business, computer science, the humanities, social sciences, and education. Most degrees can be earned entirely through online courses, as well as at our multiple campus locations, and our accelerated degrees are also offered in 5- and 8-week terms, allowing you to complete your degree efficiently and affordably.

Not only do our liberal transfer policy and accelerated terms minimize the length of time it takes to complete a degree, but students can also apply earned credit through additional types of transfer credit, testing, work experience, and military duty.

  • Transfer Credits

    Regis University CPS accepts up to 90 transfer credits from regionally accredited colleges or universities you’ve attended, no matter how long ago you earned them. Additionally, documentation of courses completed through your employer or professional organizations that have been recommended for academic credit by the American Council on Education (ACE) may be accepted, as well as Military DD-214 or DD-295 forms and training certificates. Contact an Enrollment Counselor for more information.

  • CLEP Exam

    The College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP) provides students of any age with the opportunity to demonstrate college-level achievement through a program of exams in undergraduate college courses. Learn More

  • DSST Exam

    The DSST (DANTES Subject Standardized Test) is a nationally recognized testing program that provides students the opportunity to receive college credit for learning acquired outside the traditional college classroom. The program consists of exams in 47 undergraduate college courses. Learn More

  • Prior Learning Assessment Portfolio

    Prior Learning Assessment Portfolio allows students to earn college credit based upon knowledge earned through life and work experience. Portfolio specialists guide and assist students through the process of matching learning experiences to college course descriptions. Learn More

Attending Regis University CPS

Once you have selected your degree program, reviewed the appropriate transfer guide, and considered your transfer credits, you are ready to take the next steps toward attending Regis University CPS. Your Regis Enrollment Counselor can not only help you obtain a transcript evaluation but can also help you navigate the admissions requirements. Upon submission of a complete application package and admission to the university, your top priority will likely be developing a plan to finance your Bachelor's degree education. With competitive tuition rates, generous student financial aid award packages, and dedicated scholarship programs specifically for transfer students, Regis University CPS is committed to providing an affordable, accessible education to community college transfer students.

Get Started

At Regis University CPS, we believe that it is never too early to begin preparing for your Bachelor’s degree education. In fact, we recommend that you select your Bachelor's degree program and apply for admissions while you are still pursuing your Associate's degree. Once you are admitted, your dedicated Regis Advisor can assist you in securing maximum transferability for your credits, which will allow you to finish your degree as efficiently and economically as possible.


Contact an Enrollment Counselor or visit our FAQ page for answers to our most frequently asked questions.