Prospective Student-Athlete Questionnaires

If you are a student-athlete who is interested in furthering your academic and athletic career at Regis University please fill out the questionnaire(s) of the sport(s) you are interested in.  Each questionnaire will be closely looked at by the respective coaching staffs and is often the first step taken by student-athletes who end up at Regis.

If you have already signed to play athletics at Regis University please fill out the Athletics Media Questionnaire here so that your profile on regisrangers.com can be put up.

Men's Sports
Baseball
Soccer
 (e-mail rumenssoccer@regis.edu if you are interested in the program)


Women's Sports
Basketball
Lacrosse
Softball
Volleyball
Soccer

Thank you for your interest in Regis University athletics!

NCAA Compliance Recruiting Rules

You become a prospective student-athlete when you start ninth grade classes. You become a recruited prospective student-athlete if any coach or athletics representative approaches you or your family about enrolling and participating in athletics. Here are some important NCAA regulations that you should know:

  • A coach may begin sending printed recruiting materials June 15 prior to your junior year in high school.
  • A college coach may call beginning June 15 prior to your junior year in high school.
  • You may make an unlimited number of unofficial visits at any time.
  • You may make official visits and participate in tryouts starting June 15 prior to your junior year in high school.

An unofficial visit is defined as any visit by you and your parents to a college campus paid for by you or your parents. The only expense you may receive from the college is three complimentary admissions to a home athletics contest and one meal. You can make as many unofficial visits as you like and they can be taken at any time. The only time you cannot talk with a coach during an unofficial visit is during a dead period (which is defined on the recruiting calendars).

An official visit is defined as any visit to a college campus by you and your parents paid for in part or in full by the college. An official visit may not exceed 48 hours. Before a college may invite you to come for an official visit, you will have to be registered with the NCAA. You will also need to provide that college with your high school transcript. You  may only make one official visit per institution.

During a dead period, a college coach may not have any in-person contact with you or your parents at any time. During a quiet period, a college coach may not have any in-person contact with you or your parents off the college's campus. The coach may not watch you play or visit your high school during this period. You and your parents may visit a college during this time. A coach may write you or your parents during this time.

Recruiting Calendar

For certain sports, there are additional restrictions on permissable contacts between coaches and recruits:

Men’s Basketball

Quiet Periods

June 1 through June 14; August 2 through September 6; October 15 through the first date of competition

Dead Periods

During the 48 hours before 7 a.m. on the initial date for signing the National Letter of Intent; and the Thursday before the start of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship game through noon on Tuesday after the game.

Women’s Basketball

Quiet Periods

June 1 through June 14; August 2 through September 6; October 15 through the first date of competition

Dead Periods

During the 48 hours before 7 a.m. on the initial date for signing the National Letter of Intent; and the Saturday before the start of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship game through noon on Wednesday after the game.

All Other Sports

Dead Periods

During the 48 hours prior to 7 a.m. on the initial date for the fall and spring signing of the National Letter of Intent.