As a Take 2 Through College partner, your support will make higher education available to minority students who are underrepresented in college enrollment and who do not have the financial resources to attend Regent University.
How Take 2 Works
- A partner's funding plus a matching grant from Regent University will cover students' full tuition, fees and housing. Matching donations are determined based on the students' need after all other scholarship/grant programs have been applied to the students' charges.
- The partner's commitment is for up to four years, depending upon the academic program, and partnering churches or organizations can sponsor a minimum of two students (or more, as long as they are in pairs). Partners not only come alongside students to offer financial assistance, but they encourage the students' success through mentoring relationships.
- Take 2 focuses on the critical need for degree completion by undergraduate students. However, if a partner wants to fund one or both of their students at the graduate level, that request will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
- Partners may receive philanthropic tax benefits depending on the level of participation in the selection process of students.
Partnership is Easy
- Become a Take 2 partner by completing a simple Partnership form to let us know of your interest. You will be contacted by a representative and will also receive an information packet.
- Nominate a potential scholar by completing a Nomination form and submitting a letter of recommendation for the student you nominate as a Take 2 scholar.
- Please contact program director Dr. Marcela Chavan-Matviuk to discuss next steps: firstname.lastname@example.org or 757.352.4760.
Scholars Eligibility Criteria
- Be residents of the United States and either high school seniors entering an undergraduate degree program at Regent University or college freshmen transferring to Regent.
- Priority is given to students who are the first in the family to attend college as evidenced from Take 2 application and data from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- Demonstrate financial need based on results of the FAFSA.
- Demonstrate strength of character, academic promise, leadership potential and potential to contribute back to the community.
- Learn more about student nomination criteria, under the Students page.
"Our nation is marked by a noble and uncommon spirit of generosity; one that has made a significant impact on generations of lives. Take 2 carries that same potential for impact, and it begins with an investment in just two lives at a time."