When you apply to the College of Arts & Sciences, your application will be reviewed by an admissions committee that will conduct an extensive review of your materials and take into consideration your entire application package. As a result, we cannot begin the review process until all application materials are received.
Because of our emphasis on academic quality, we require that students be well-prepared for the rigor of our academic programs but we do not exclude or discourage applicants based on GPA, class rank, test scores, or any other single academic qualification.
While we don't have a specific profile for our ideal student, the best qualified students normally have taken a high school curriculum consisting of the following:
3 Units (Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II)
3 Units (World History, U.S. History, U.S. Government)
Students who have completed one of the following requirements are invited to apply to Regent University:
Successful achievement of a high school diploma*;
Passing grade on the General Equivalency Diploma (GED) test*.
*First-year Traditional Campus students who enrolled at Regent University in Fall 2012 had a mid-range SAT score of 960 to 1180 (Critical Reading and Math), a mid-range ACT score of 20 to 26, and a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5.