Student Resources

Earning your degree is an important achievement. Having access to “life tools” for continued success is also essential. Regent student resources will help you thrive. We invite you to explore Academic Advising now. You may also access Career Services, Mental Health Counseling, Academic Support, and more in the tabs below.

Career
Services

Contact Details:

757.352.4926

Career Services on Facebook

careerservices@regent.edu
hire@regent.edu (employers)

Drop-In:

Visit us in person – SC 235 (Building 5 on map)
M, T, Th, F: 11 am – 1 pm (EDT)

Virtually
M & W
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm (EDT)

Regent University Career Services’ experienced staff and online Career Development Center provides excellent resources for life.

  • Cultivate a professional career identity
  • Discover strengths, gifts, skills and talents
  • Design a professional brand to market strengths, abilities, skills, and talents to world-wide employment options
  • Access Local, National and International internships, full-time and experience career opportunities anytime, anywhere (365/24/7)
  • Participate in networking events designed for on-campus and on-line students
  • Process present and future career decisions with prayerful coaching and consultation

For employers, access quick links to post and connect to potential candidates for jobs and internships.

For parents, link to student content to stay informed about your student’s opportunities. Although Regent does not guarantee job placement, at Career Services, you will find our programs and resources are a great way to prepare you for your career path.

 

Career Resources

Services Offered

Job-Searching Tools

Employer Tools

Alumni Tools

Parent Tools

Counseling
Services

Contact Details:

SC 235

757.352.4101

counseling@regent.edu

M – F: 8 am – 5 pm

Recent studies by the American College Counseling Association and the annual American College Health Association National College Health Assessment reveal a steady increase in the percentage of college students who struggle with mental health issues. Regent Counseling Services, a part of the Department of Student Services, provides free professional counseling to any Regent students who are enrolled in at least one class and are able to come to the Virginia Beach campus. Services include individual counseling, group counseling, pre-marital/marriage counseling, assessments, and psychoeducational workshops. All counseling is provided or supervised by licensed professionals, is completely confidential, and adheres to all laws and ethics that govern the counseling profession.

Academic Support
Center

Math Center

Contact Details

LIB Suite 102

757.352.4641

mathtutor@regent.edu

M: 10 am – 12 pm (EST), 3 pm – 6 pm (EST)
T-W: 10 am – 12 pm (EST), 2 pm – 6 pm (EST)
Th: 10 am – 12 pm (EST), 3 pm – 6 pm (EST)
F: 2 pm – 6 pm (EST)
Sat-Sun: CLOSED

Housed within the Academic Support Center,  math tutoring is available to Regent students, both online and on campus, enrolled in MATH 101, MATH 102, and MATH 201. Through phone and office appointments, students receive 30-minute individualized assistance from a personal tutor. Learn more about the Math Center.

Writing Center

Contact Details:

LIB 102

757.352.4925

writing@regent.edu

M-Th: 9 am – 11 pm (EST)
F-Sat: 9 am – 6 pm (EST)
Sun: CLOSED

Regent’s Writing Center, also housed within the Academic Support Center,  services and resources are available to all Regent students, faculty, and staff. Our writing coaches offer guidance for each stage of the writing process for all of your writing assignments, including research papers, book reports, case studies, article reviews, discussion board postings, and reflective journals.

Coaching is available in-person, over the phone, and via Blackboard Collaborate. Scheduled appointments are encouraged. However, you may also access shorter walk-in or call-in sessions based on availability. Learn more about the Writing Center.

University
Centers

Because of the unique mission and resources associated with Regent University, a number of centers have been developed to engage in those activities that further extend our outreach and influence in the world.

To learn more about the individual centers, please visit the websites listed below.

 

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