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Frequently Asked Questions

When is it recommended that students visit the Career Services Office?

A student's first semester involves a lot of adjustment to college life. That's why it's recommend they contact our office during their first semester. By doing so, we can evaluate whether their major is aligned with personal career interests.

What types of assessments are used to determine career interests? How do I find out the results?

The University uses a variety of career assessments. You can click on the link for specific information.

Are your services for all undergraduate students and majors including residential and online?

Yes, each undergraduate student is entitled to the Career Services. Our intent is to constantly reach out to them. We want our students to take advantage of all services. There will be events designed to meet the virtual and in-person needs of students.

Do you assist students with resume writing?

Certainly. We'll assist students with resume development and feedback.

Will my son or daughter be required to do an internship?

At this point, internships are required for some, but not all, academic programs. However, internships can provide significant practical experience and possibly lead to future employment. The Career Services office is available to help students seek any internship opportunity. In some cases, students can create their own internship experience so we encourage them to research opportunities and contact companies that may be of interest to them.

Are there restrictions on whether students can work while enrolled at Regent University?

There are no employment restrictions. We suggest students work a manageable number of hours. This should include a fair balance of school and student life commitments.

Does Regent University guarantee employment after graduation?

Employment is not guaranteed to students. We assist our students with building their resources (resume help, interviewing skills, company information, internships, etc.) to gain experience and marketability.

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