A “regent” is defined as one who represents a king in his absence. For Regent University, a regent is one who represents Christ, our Sovereign, in whatever sphere of life he or she may be called to serve Him.
|Degrees awarded (2016-17)||1,800|
|First Professional degrees||152|
Institutional: The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
Specialized: Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), American Psychological Association (APA)*, Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), Association of Theological Schools (ATS), American Bar Association (ABA), Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC).
Regent places high importance on the whole student. Visit our Student Achievement page to learn about our success in cultivating exceptional graduates.
Regent hosts several national forums to address critical issues of the day. These signature events have included the Clash of the Titans® debate, Presidential Candidate Forums, and the Executive Leadership Series. These events draw nationally known leaders, authors, CEOs and government officials such as Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, John Kasich, Ben Carson, Brian Mulroney, Bob Dole, Al Gore, Newt Gingrich, Dee Dee Myers, Mike Huckabee and others.
Regent’s University Library contains over 321,000 printed volumes; 593,000 microforms; 25,500 video and audio recordings; 174 databases; 482,000 electronic books; and 380,580 electronic journal titles.
Regent University faculty members include graduates of Yale, Harvard, Duke, Johns Hopkins and other notable institutions. They are award-winning scholars and practitioners who endeavor to prepare individual students for excellence and success in their chosen fields. Regent students benefit from a high level of personal interaction with faculty members.
|Total Faculty (as of Sept. 11, 2017)||836|
|Student-to-Faculty Ratio||24 to 1|
|Undergraduate ratio||26 to 1|
|Graduate ratio||21 to 1|
|Total Staff (as of Sept. 11, 2017)||618|
|Total Enrollment (Fall 2017 as of Sept. 11, 2017)||9,899|
|Ethnic minorities represented||47%|
|Number of denominations represented||39|
|Number of states represented||50|
|Number of countries represented||84|
|Average Age of Students:||36|
The Institutional Research Office provides accurate and timely information, research, and assessment to the Regent University community and external constituencies. The Office of Institutional Research functions as the official source of university-related statistics for external reporting. The office serves the university and its stakeholders by provide timely information in support of academic and administrative decision making, planning, policy formation and budgetary planning. We communicate frequently with senior administrators to keep them informed of all statistical data as it pertains to the overall strengths and weaknesses of the university.
We also work to increase the visibility and recognition of Regent’s degree programs by completing annual surveys for national publishers including including ACT, College Board, Council of Graduate Schools (CGS), Higher Education Publication Directory (HEP), Military Advanced Education (MAE), Moody’s, Peterson’s, Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report. In addition, we maintain institutional research memberships as well as participate in regional conferences including the Virginia Association for Management and Analysis Planning (VAMAP) and the Southern Association for Institutional Research (SAIR).
View the Regent Annual Fact Book 2015-2016.
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