New Ventures of Regis University
Regis University’s success in the adult education market prompted the creation of an entrepreneurial unit in 1986. Since then, New Ventures has become widely known as a change agent for colleges and universities seeking to develop and/or adjust their academic programs to meet the needs of changing student populations. In partnership with like-minded institutions, New Ventures’ places special emphasis on:
For the past twenty years, New Ventures has helped independent, not-for-profit colleges nationwide develop, implement, and expand new and existing academic programs to meet the needs of working adults. Recognizing the fragile nature of like-minded colleges and universities, our partners understand they are faced with the emergence of resource-rich, for-profit and public competition. Partner institutions confront this reality by continually making changes while confirming their fundamental mission and purpose.
It is against this backdrop that New Ventures continues to serve not-for-profit, private institutions through consulting and partnership services while recognizing the singularity and culture of that university.
New Ventures Areas of Expertise
By leveraging the wealth of adult education experience and expertise of New Ventures and the Regis University School for Professional Studies, partner schools can make significant progress in developing and expanding their programs. Specific areas of assistance include:
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Founded in 1877, Regis University is the seventh largest of 28 private Jesuit universities that include Georgetown, Fordham, Loyola and Marquette. In addition to being consistently named one of the top universities in the West by U.S. News and World Report, Regis is nationally recognized for its leadership in designing and delivering adult-centered education that is both cutting edge and rooted in tradition. The School for Professional Studies serves more than 13,000 adult learners on eight campuses in Colorado, Nevada, Virginia and Washington, D.C. Regis is accredited by the North Central Association of College and Schools.