No Required On-Campus Residency for New Students
The School of Business and Leadership does not require on-campus residency for newly accepted doctoral students. Program Orientation is conveniently offered online prior to the start of your program, aligning with our desire to provide doctoral programs with the utmost flexibility as you pursue your educational goals.
Future plans will include special occasions for you to visit the campus for our Research Roundtables and other events that will provide opportunities for you to present research, interact with other scholars, alumni and doctoral faculty. Topics such as servant leadership, creativity and innovation, and Biblical perspectives of leadership have been discussed at previous roundtable events, and we are actively looking to expand these opportunities.
Residency for Doctoral Students Enrolled Prior to Fall 2012
Doctoral Students Who Began in May 2012: Online or On-Campus Residency Option
Doctoral students who began their doctoral program in May 2012, with the exception of international students, have the option of attending their residency on campus or online. The online option provides students with the same rigor and requisite information as the on-campus option. International students will complete their residencies online.
Doctoral Students Enrolled Prior to May 2012: Required On-Campus Residency
All doctoral students enrolled prior to May 2012 must attend residency on campus. This also includes international students enrolled prior to May 2012.
Optional Residency for MBA, MOL and MSF Students
MBA, MOL and MSF students are welcome to attend the optional May residency, which provides an excellent opportunity to network with other students, learn more about Regent University and meet personally with the faculty and staff of the School of Business & Leadership (SBL).
Should you have any questions regarding residency please contact our residency coordinator at email@example.com.