All applications completed on time will be considered.
Decisions regarding admission will be made within approximately four weeks of receiving all the required application documents.
Fall term (September–December)
January 1: Recommended early application deadline for international applicants
February 1: Recommended application deadline for all applicants
Winter term (January–April)
July 2: Recommended application deadline for all applicants
Late applications are welcomed until August 1 for the Fall Semester, and December 1 for the Winter Semester. The likelihood of all application materials being successfully processed (particularly for international applications) decreases the later we receive the application. If you have questions about a late application, contact Admissions.
Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology & Society (July start date)
November 15: recommended application deadline for all applicants
(Financial aid is not currently available for this program.)
Financial Aid Applications
If you would like to apply for financial aid, you are encouraged to do so as soon as you have submitted your application for admission, and received your REGIS Login.
The financial aid application form for the academic year is typically released on January 15. Financial aid is awarded to applicants on a first-come, first-served basis. We therefore recommend that you submit your application materials by the application deadlines (see above). Read more on financial aid.
Early application deadline for international students: This is our recommended application deadline for citizens of countries outside North America who are not permanent residents of Canada or the USA. This early deadline gives you additional time to apply for your study permit and make other preparations for relocating to Vancouver.
Application deadline: This is our recommended deadline for all Canadian and US applicants. It gives us enough time to process your application and notify you of admission in a timely manner, and it gives you enough time to plan for your studies and your move to Vancouver if you're coming from outside the region.