Academic Year 2015-2016 Discounts For Military & Veterans

College of Arts & Sciences (Undergraduate)

Regent University offers significant tuition discounts to undergraduate military & veteran students who are pursuing an associate or bachelor's degree.

To apply for a military/veteran tuition discount, please submit a copy of your LES or DD214 to Central Financial Aid at faforms@regent.edu.

Review the chart below to learn more:

 

Award Name

Eligibility

Award Amount

Military Service Award

Active Duty Personnel:
* Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, National Guard, Navy, Reservists

Must submit a copy of their LES (Leave and Earning Statement)

  • Tuition reduced to $250 / credit hour
  • $100/semester bookstore credit to the Regent Blackboard Store
  • Semester fees waived for service members using Tuition Assistance (TA)
Veterans Award

Veterans that meet the following:

* Character of Service: Honorable

* Narrative Reason: cannot include any type of misconduct.

Admitted to Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences. Must submit a copy of their DD-214

  • Tuition reduced to $250 / credit hour
  • $100/semester bookstore credit to the Regent Blackboard Store
ROTC Award College Program Army and Navy ROTC students
  • Tuition reduced to $250 / credit hour
NOAA and USPHS Award Current and former officers of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the United States Public Health Service. Must submit a copy of their Statement of Service or LES(Leave and Earning Statement)
  • Tuition reduced to $250 / credit hour

 

*** All CAS Awardees must maintain Good Academic Standing (GPA = 2.0 or higher) to continue receiving tuition discounts.

Graduate School Discounts

Regent University offers significant tuition discounts to graduate military & veteran students who are pursuing a master's or doctoral degree. Review the chart below to learn more:

 

Award Name

Eligibility

Award Amount

Military Service Award

Active Duty Personnel:
* Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, National Guard, Navy, Reservists

Must submit a copy of their LES (Leave and Earning Statement)

25% tuition rate reduction

Veterans Award

Veterans that meet the following:

* Character of Service: Honorable

* Narrative Reason: cannot include any type of misconduct.

Must submit a copy of their DD-214

25% tuition-rate reduction

 

ROTC Award Army ROTC students 25% tuition rate reduction
NOAA and USPHS Award Current and former officers of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the United States Public Health Service. Must submit a copy of their Statement of Service or LES(Leave and Earning Statement) 25% tuition rate reduction

Note: Awards listed are for incoming students starting fall 2014

Important Notes:

 

  • Regent University-based scholarships, discounts and awards cannot be combined. If eligible for more than one award, Regent will award the highest scholarship amount. The two exceptions to this are the Church Match Grant and Carson Scholarship Match.
  • Application for Regent University-based scholarships, discounts and awards must be received no later than two weeks prior to the start of a term.
  • Admitted students are eligible to apply for Regent University based scholarships, discounts and awards once official notification of acceptance is received.
  • Regent College of Arts & Sciences reserves the right to change or alter any scholarship requirements, deadlines or award amounts.
  • All Regent University-based scholarships, discounts and awards are issued on a first come-first served basis and are based upon funds available.

For Students Using VA Benefits:

University policy restricts institutional financial aid (scholarships/grants) from paying more than 100% of tuition when combined with certain non-Regent awards. Should your GI benefit cover 100% of your tuition costs, there are certain situations in which your GI Benefit will take precedence over any institutional scholarships or grants for which you might otherwise qualify. Examples of this are:

  • All non-Law School Yellow Ribbon eligible students
  • Undergraduate students who are 100% post-9/11 GI Bill eligible

Should your status for 100% eligibility change, or you reach your annual $21,084.89 cap, you would then be able to utilize your institutional scholarship or grant.

Under certain circumstances, your GI Benefit may be used in conjunction with other institutional awards for which you may qualify. Examples of this are:

  • All veteran or active duty service members whose percentage of eligibility is less than 100% (Regent awards will be reduced to the combined maximum of 100% tuition).
  • Graduate and doctoral students who are 100% active duty.

The purpose of this policy is to best utilize the $21,084.89 maximum and have the minimum impact on the semester cost for students as a result of the new GI benefit tuition caps.