Congratulations on your acceptance to Regent University! We realize that deciding which college to attend is one of the biggest decisions you'll ever make, and we're excited that you're considering Regent University.
Ready to Enroll?
Make your enrollment deposit today and join the growing Regent family.
Still Making Your Decision?
The best way for you to know whether Regent is the right place for you is to spend time on campus and see for yourself. Meet current students and faculty, have lunch in our dining hall, roam the campus and check out the cutting-edge technology in our classrooms. Visit us for our Admitted Student Open House, Discover Regent Day or drop by in person whenever it fits in your schedule. If you can't make it to campus but still want to learn more, simply meet us online for an Online Admissions Webinar.
Where Will You Live?
Regent University offers fully furnished, apartment-style living at the Regent Commons. The Commons offers students a dynamic living and faith community with an exceptional on-campus location. All traditional-age first-year students, who live outside a 25-mile radius of Regent, are required to live on-campus, with priority room consideration given to early applicants. Transfer students are not required to live on-campus, but can submit a housing application to reserve a spot on the residence hall wait-list.
For adult students and students with children, Regent Village provides a family-friendly environment with spacious floor plans, outdoor activity centers and close proximity to the university.
Get a Behind-the-Scenes Look!
Get an idea of what student life is like through the eyes of first-year student vlogger, Zach. Follow Zach and his friends as they experience Life in the (Un)Commons - Regent's newest video series.
Make Plans to SOAR This Summer!
First year, traditional-age students who plan to study on-campus should make plans to join us in June for a "pre-orientation" SOAR event (Summer Orientation, Advising and Registration). Your parents are invited, too (we promise to keep them busy)!
Not a traditional age, first year student? Don't worry - there is a New Student Orientation for everyone. Find yours here:
Put This On Your To Do List!
Campus I.D. cards, parking decals, and meal plans – oh my! Make sure you plan to take care of business before the start of your first semester.