Regent University is ideally located on the southern east coast of Virginia, just 16 miles from the Atlantic Ocean, with a metropolitan area of 1.6 million residents. We are conveniently located near I-64, minutes away from Norfolk International Airport, which provides easy access to most major airports. See more information on visiting our campus and parking.
Come experience Regent University’s extraordinary 70-acre campus. Visit classrooms where influential alumni — including judges and legislators, CEOs, Teachers of the Year, award-winning screenwriters and filmmakers, counselors, psychologists and pastors — were challenged to integrate academic excellence, principled leadership and world-changing service. Engage with students and professors eager to learn about your goals and calling. Enjoy Regent’s gorgeous natural surroundings, brick pathways and Georgian-style buildings. And encounter the refreshing presence of God.
For a general tour not connected with prospective student admission, please call 757.352.4727.
The Communication Parking Lot is designated for visitor parking. See Lot “L” on the Campus Map. Limited visitor parking is also available near the Welcome Center. (See Lot “N.”)
All campus visitors parking elsewhere on campus must have a parking permit. Temporary parking hang tags are available in Student Services. We look forward to your visit to Regent University.
Regent University sits on 70 acres of immaculately maintained grounds that complement the Georgian architecture of its buildings which are historic in design yet incorporate the latest educational technology.
The University Library, with hundreds of thousands of books and AV items, and access to more than 750,000 electronic resources, including e-books, e-journals, and digital video, provides a nearly limitless research environment. The building also houses Regent’s Law Library.
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The Chapel & Divinity Building are the centerpiece of campus life. The Chapel features a 1,000-seat sanctuary for services, convocations, commencements, weddings and baptisms, as well as for individual reflection and prayer. A smaller prayer room is open around the clock for prayer, Bible studies and devotions. Connected to the Chapel by a covered walkway, the Divinity Building houses the Welcome Center. From here, prospective students receive admissions guidance, and visitors of all kinds may seek assistance and also enjoy a campus tour. This building is home to admissions and advising teams and provides general classrooms and offices for the School of Divinity.
Robertson Hall, which houses the schools of Government, Law and the College of Arts & Sciences, is equipped with the latest technology in audio/video equipment and cameras for simultaneous broadcasting. The building also boasts a 380-seat moot court/city council chamber and several classrooms.
The Communication & Performing Arts Center, home for the School of Communication & the Arts, features a 750-seat theatre, a 200-seat experimental theatre, cinema-television production studio, film sound stage, screening theaters, technical studios, classrooms, teaching labs and a back lot area outdoor filming.
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The Student Center houses student organization offices, The Ordinary dining facility, Cafe Moka coffee shop, a student lounge and apparel shop, a computer lab, a student game room, meeting rooms, and offices for Financial Aid, the Registrar, and Student Services. This building is also home to the Center for Student Happiness.
The Founders Inn and Spa, located adjacent to the university campus, hosts a number of university events.
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The university also includes the Administration Building, utilized for the School of Education and administrative offices; and the Classroom Building, utilized for the schools Business & Leadership and Psychology & Counseling, as well as office for academic advising.