Anyone can sign up. However, preference will be given to current degree-seeking students from the School of Communication & the Arts. There are a limited number of spaces so those who have paid the deposit will be considered first.
No, you also have the option not to take it for credit. In such a case, you will not pay for tuition and pay the non-credit program fee of $2,499. However, if you are a student, keep in mind that should you choose not to take it for credit, you may not be eligible for student loans. Please check with your financial aid counselor.
Yes. Check with your school for the procedure to transfer hours from Regent University to the school that you attend. You must submit the form "Approval to Enroll in a Class in Another School" at http://www.regent.edu/admin/registrar/forms/course_in_another_school.pdf
A laptop is optional, but you will need to bring an adapter (and perhaps a converter) as outlets in England use different voltage and the plugs are shaped differently.
Individuals who travel internationally on a Regent-sponsored trip must be covered by travel insurance with On Call International. Regent students who are enrolled in the Aetna Student Health insurance plan are already covered by On Call International. All other travelers must purchase short-term coverage and provide the university with evidence of coverage. Individuals can view details of the insurance plan and purchase coverage online at www.oncallinternational.com. Regent students are encouraged to contact the Business Office at 757.352.4059 for more details.
Yes, all calls would be charged to your credit card which would be swiped upon check-in for any 'extras'.
The weather can be unpredictable but it is usually high 60 to low 70 degrees in June. You will be walking outside frequently. Wear casual, comfortable clothes and shoes. Bring at least one set of business casual clothes for high tea.
Yes, you will need a passport. If you haven't already ordered your passport, do it ASAP! You will not be able to travel without it. You can apply for a passport online or at a number of local agencies including the US Post Office. A VISA is not necessary. To find out more passport information or apply online visit the U.S. Department of State passport webpage. New airline rules state that you must have your passport before you can reserve an airline ticket overseas.
Not without an adapter and converter. Outlets use different voltage and the plugs are shaped differently. You can purchase adapters here at travel stores or in England. Warning: Voltage surges can occur causing such items to be hotter than normal. More expensive adapters do have voltage controls.
No. A laundry facility is available about 10 minutes from the hotel. The hotel offers dry cleaning.
You may exchange U.S. dollars into the English pound at various locations such as the airport in England or your local AAA office. If you are an AAA member you can exchange dollars into pounds at a local AAA business and/or obtain a VISA TravelMoney Card which is a prepaid reloadable VISA debit card which offers an alternative to travelers checks and cash. You may want to check out this website, www.xe.com/ucc/, for the current rate of exchange. However, most places will accept a credit or debit card. You may find this to be easier than cash.
Yes, some banks will put a hold on your account when they see unusual activity on your bank card if they are not informed of your travels.