Regent hosts many events throughout the year to engage and interact with you - our future student. We have many options to choose from, based on what type of student that you plan to be (residential, on-campus, or online).
Discover Regent Day for High School and Transfer Students
Discover Regent is a chance for traditional aged students (age 24 and younger) who are currently high school or transfer students who plan to study on campus to come join us on campus for a day to discover first-hand the academics, faculty, student life, simple financial aid process and housing options Regent has to offer.
Snapshot Saturday for Traditional Undergraduate Prospective Students
Snapshot Saturday is a chance for prospective undergraduate students and their families to gain an initial glimpse at the various undergraduate programs at Regent and the beautiful Regent Campus. . Join us for a brief presentation by admissions staff and campus tour on a Saturday convenient for you.
Scholars Weekend is our distinguished event for high school seniors who want to study at Regent University. Students must submit their application to attend by December 31st. The top applicants are then invited to campus in January for a weekend to compete for several full and partial scholarships through an interview and application review process.
Information Session for Adult Students
Information Sessions offer our adult students who plan to pursue their education either on-campus or online a chance to come to campus to learn more about our 30+ programs available. The session includes a presentation covering admissions, financial aid and the student support services we have for our adult learners, as well as an opportunity to speak with representatives of these offices. This Information Session is usually held on a Saturday to accommodate the schedules of our adult students.
Online Admissions Webinar
Regent’s Online Admissions Webinar is a chance for prospective students who plan to complete the degree entirely online to join us for a live webinar where they can hear about Regent’s academics, faculty, simple financial aid process, online student support services and how our students learn online. Our Admissions Team will also be available to answer questions via chat or phone call during this event.
Individual & Group Visits
Individual Visits are scheduled by our Visit Coordinator, who will help tailor your personal campus visit to meet your needs. You will meet and go on a personal tour with one of our Admissions Counselors, meet with a faculty member and have an opportunity to apply on-site that same day. Group Visits from schools and other educational programs are welcomed and must be set up with our Visit Coordinator.
Admitted Student Open House for Accepted High School and Transfer Students
The Admitted Student Open House is for traditional aged students (age 22 and younger) who are high school or transfer students and who have already applied and been accepted to Regent. Students registering for this event should plan to study on campus at Regent. The event is designed to help admitted students experience life as a Regent student and gain that additional information they may need to make a college decision. This event will be held on Friday, April 12, 2013 and details will be available soon.
Homeschool Day for Home School Students
You and a friend are invited to attend our upcoming Homeschool Day at Regent University. Don't miss this opportunity to participate in hands-on, engaging learning activities in areas such as government, law and public policy; cinema/TV and theatre; business plan creation and cryptography; and animation and new media.
In addition to the tracks for homeschool students, we will be offering two sessions in a special track for PARENTS! Homeschool expert Michele Wilcher will be presenting.
Homeschool Information Night
Regent University invites home schooled students and their families to come and learn about the college admissions process from Michele Wilcher, a Regent Admissions Counselor and home school mom of 16 years. Regent understands that home school families do not have access to a traditional high school college counselor to help walk with them through their search, application and financial aid processes and that there are challenges specific to home school families when they apply to colleges. This event is the best college admissions resource night for home schoolers in Tidewater! Learn more about College Admissions Info Night for Home Schoolers & their Family.