Financial Aid - FAQ
- Who do I see about getting my bill straightened out?
- Do you offer any scholarships?
- What is the current tuition rate?
- What are the financial aid deadlines?
- Is the FAFSA the same for graduate programs as it was for my undergraduate studies?
- What is Regent University 's FAFSA school code?
- How do I obtain loans to help finance my education?
- I want to add or drop a class. How will this impact my financial aid?
- Who should I contact if I have specific questions?
There are a number of scholarship opportunities
available to our students. The list of school specific scholarships
is found here:
In addition, Regent University offers several endowed scholarships. You can read more about these awards on the Central Financial Aid Web page:
The cost for tuition and other incidential fees
can be found on our Program Fees and Estimated Residential Expenses
School Specific Scholarships:
- (Fall) July 31 deadline
- (Spring) January 1 deadline
- (Summer) May 1 deadline
University Endowed Scholarships:
- March 1 Deadline
- FAFSA on the Web, Renewal FAFSA on the Web, and applications must be submitted by midnight Central Daylight time, June 30.
- Corrections on the Web forms must be submitted by midnight Central Daylight time, September 15.
Other financial aid deadlines see financial aid
Yes, the form is the same and is submitted exactly as it was to your undergraduate institution. If you still have your PIN you may use it to update your information rather than completing a brand new application.
The school code for Regent University is 030913.
Loan eligibility is evaluated by our Central Financial Aid office upon receipt of your Student Aid Report which is automatically sent to the university soon after your FAFSA is submitted. Contact your financial aid counselor to receive more specific information. You may also find more information at the Central Financial Aid website: http://www.regent.edu/admin/finaid/loans.cfm
If you have loans and/or scholarships, you may lose some of your funds if this drops you below the full-time enrollment requirement. If it drops you below four credit hours, you will lose all of your financial benefits (exceptions are CMHC and CES). If this is the case, you will be responsible for immediate repayment of the difference.
The SPC financial aid eligibility policy can be found here.
Federal Loan eligibility information, as well as aggregate and annual limits information, can be found here.
If you have questions about school specific scholarships please contact Katie Kerley, Assistant Director of Admissions, at 1.800.681.5906 or email@example.com.
If you have questions about loans, FAFSA or university endowed scholarships please contact Central Financial Aid at 1.800.373.5504 x 4125.