Information for Online Students
As a part of our participation in the Southern Regional Education Board's Electronic Campus program, this page provides you with quick access to information about our institution and procedures that apply to our online students.
If after reviewing this page, you still have questions, please contact us.
Accreditation and Memberships/Licensing
Please visit Regent University's Accreditation & Memberships/Licensing page for complete details.
Each school at Regent University has its own requirements for admissions, and international students must comply with additional requirements. For more information, please visit our general admissions page.
Your academic advisor can assist you with degree planning that will help you achieve your educational goals, offer practical advice on registration and class schedules, as well as, provide you with information and resources about university policies and procedures. Student's academic advisor's contact information is located in the MyRegent Portal on the Student page.
For information about ordering textbooks online, please visit the Regent University Bookstore website.
Courses/Programs Offered Online
Examination Arrangements / Residency Requirements
Most programs do not require on campus exams or residency, but please review each program for more specific information regarding on-campus requirements.
To help you reach your educational and career goals, our financial aid team will work closely with you to design an aid package that is best for your situation, including federal, state, private, and school-funded financial aid opportunities. Thanks to our variety of robust financial aid plans, we're ready to lend a hand as you step into your future at Regent. Visit the Financial Aid website for more details.
For information on library services for online students, visit here.
State Authorization and Student Complaint Process
State Authorization is a legal issue dealing with an institution's adherence to state requirements for colleges to secure authorization to offer instruction in that state.
Regent students who desire to resolve a grievance are encouraged to follow the University's Student Appeals and Grievances Process located in the Student Handbook.
Whether you are looking for ways to get involved through Campus Ministries or Student Activities and Leadership, need assistance finding an internship or job through Career Services, or are looking for support for your physical, mental, and emotional health through Counseling, the Health Center, or Regent Ordinary, we want to help you make the most of your Regent experience. Please visit the Student Services website to learn more about who we are and what we do. If you need assistance connecting with any of us, you can call our main number at 757.352.4927 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuition & Fees