Sponsored or Direct Billing

Sponsored or Direct Billing is when a private organization or government agency has established a billing arrangement with Regis University to cover a portion or all of a student’s tuition or fees. The Office of Student Accounts invoices each entity for the approved amounts after the add/drop date for each academic term.

Students are responsible for submitting approved sponsor financial guarantee forms (i.e. Voucher, Letter of Credit, Tuition Assistance, etc.) prior to the first day of class. Students who remit financial guarantee forms after the first day of class may incur late fees, which will be due and payable by the student. Regis University reserves the right to deny a sponsored/direct billing arrangement to a student whose account is in arrears or has been referred to an agency for collection.

Sponsored or Direct Billing is not Tuition Reimbursement

Organizations requiring grades and/or course completion prior to payment are ineligible for such service. Remittance of payment must not be dependent upon receipt of grades or successful completion of the course.

Students utilizing tuition reimbursement and unable to remit payment in full by the tuition due date are encouraged to establish a Regis Payment Plan via the Ranger Portal. This service allows individuals to distribute payments into multiple installments for a nominal fee. Setup of a Regis Payment Plan is quick and easy, simply follow the How to Create a Payment Plan guide.

Financial Guarantee Form

Organizations wishing to be billed directly may arrange to do so through financial guarantee forms (i.e. Voucher, Letter of Credit, Tuition Assistance, etc.)

Proposed forms must include:

  • Student’s Full Name
  • Social Security Number (optional)
  • Regis Student ID#
  • Approved Amount
  • Course Title/Dates
  • Semester/Academic Term
  • Statement guaranteeing payment within 30 days of Regis University invoice receipt, regardless of course completion or receipt of grades.

Select organizations require a student's signature on their financial guarantee form. Regis University will deny processing such financial guarantee forms unless the signature is present.

Submission of Financial Guarantee Forms

Financial guarantee forms should be emailed to sponsoredbilling@search-watch.com

They can also be mailed to:
Regis University
Office of Student Accounts
3333 Regis Boulevard, A-8
Denver, CO 80221-1099

The Office of Student Accounts will process all submissions immediately after the add/drop period, unless otherwise specified, and the sponsoring organization is required to submit the amount due within 30 days.

Additional Information

Partial Coverage

Students receiving partial coverage are required to remit payment or establish a Regis Payment Plan for any out-of-pocket portion by the published tuition due date. Students needing assistance can email sponsoredbilling@search-watch.com or call Student Accounts at 303.458.4126 for any sponsored/direct billing inquiry.

Late Payments

Student are ultimately responsible for all balances on their account. Unpaid balances more than 40 days in arrears become the responsibility of the student. Future registration, release of transcript and diploma may be restricted until payment is received.


If course payment has been remitted and subsequently the student withdraws, a refund will be issued to the party that submitted payment. Students will not receive sponsor paid refunds unless otherwise specified and approved by payment organization.

Let us help you navigate sponsored or direct billing.

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Student Accounts

Location: Clarke Hall - Suite 372

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Appointments encouraged

Contact: 303.458.4126 | 800.568.8932