|Students who got into RU say:|
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| | Regis wants you. They are pretty much begging you to apply, and not because they do not have enough students to make ends meet or their admission standards are low. The application is free, and Regis has an awesome Committment Program for those who just could not make the grades needed for college but want to give college a try anyway. Regis caters to every possible student, and can be as academically challenging or simplified as the individual student desires. Apply, go to Regis, and talk to students and faculty. You will be surprised how great the place is. Rolling Admissions is Rolling Admissions. If you apply late, your financial aid is f'ed.
Just have a 3.0 GPA or above and you will get in. Thats it. All they use the test scores of ACT or SAT is just to see where you fit into upper level classes. If your GPA is below that of a 3.0, you can use your ACT or SAT to your advantage (matters if it is a high grade or not).
The essays are definitely read and can make a significant impact.
Definitely visit the campus. It's a small campus, but not too small at all. They are always expanding every year or fixing up something. You will definitely know if you make a decision to go based on how you perceive the campus to be. In all honesty, when I visited, I had the same opinion about the campus as I have now. Nothing changed. The school, students, and etc is what it is at your first glance.
Essay is very important, they want to get to know you through your application. Visit the Campus it is beautiful and you will get a chance to meet with the person who is reviewing your application. Keep your grades up through out Senior year.
| Communications|| Jun 16 2004 |