Life at Regent University as a law student is full of opportunities to get involved with classmates or with the community—one reason The Princeton Review has recognized Regent Law as a Top-10 for "Best Quality of Life."
Living on campus at our Virginia Beach university, you will find many avenues to enrich what you learn in the classroom. Join a student organization, attend a seminar or theater production, or discover the scenic Hampton Roads area. Explore the links below to learn more about Regent University student life.
Visit the Student Resources page for everything from course and exam schedules and calendars, to the student honor code and mandatory events.
From student governance to advocacy skills boards, involvement in student organizations adds an extra dimension to the academic experience of Regent Law students by providing professional growth, personal enrichment, and fellowship.
Our Virginia Beach university is located in the Hampton Roads area—an appealing vacation destination that draws about 2.7 million visitors each year. By living on campus at Regent, you and your family will have access to a wide variety of opportunities to enjoy year-round.
For a list of local historical, cultural, and recreational activities, visit our area activities page.
There is always something going on at Regent Law, from symposiums to food drives, and competitions to sporting events. Visit our Calendar of Events to see what is happening around the school and how you can get plugged into the Regent Law community.
Once a week, Regent Law students, faculty, and staff come together for worship and a message that is tailored to Christians called to the study and practice of law. Each week is sponsored by a different student organization that provides lunch following the service.
Visit the Law Chapel page to view a live stream of the Thursday, 12:15 p.m. (EST) service and to watch archived speakers.