Regent University's outstanding academics, integrated with Christian values, will prepare you to become a leader who makes a real difference. We want to make your undergraduate college admissions process as easy as possible. Should you have any questions as you explore how to get into college, our admissions counselors are happy to assist you.
Undergraduate College Admissions Process
*Note: This is the application process for traditional incoming freshman including current high school seniors or students age 22 or younger with less than 15 transferable college credits.
Your application is not complete until all of the following have been received:
SAT/ACT scores (if the student has been out of high school for < 5 years)
Personal statement (see essay information below)*.
Your next steps after acceptance:
Enrollment deposit upon acceptance (necessary for registration)
All first-year freshmen intending to study full time on campus in the Traditional Campus Program are required to live on campus if you live outside of a 25 mile radius of our campus. To guarantee
priority housing in Regent Commons, students must complete the following
Step 1: Must be an accepted student in to Regent University (Admission application) Step 2: After acceptance is confirmed, must submit the online Enrollment Agreement
and Housing Application (if applicable), and pay appropriate deposits online
Personal Statement Instructions: Please submit a typed essay on one of the three prompts below. The essay should be between 250 to 500 words and include your name, address, telephone and email address in the header. Please email your essay to email@example.com with the subject line “CAS Application Pieces” and copy your Enrollment Counselor on that email.
1. Describe something that God has shown you over the last year.
2. Regent's motto is "Christian Leadership to Change the World." What does that mean to you?
3. Explain what attracted you to Regent University and why you elected to apply.