Regent Receives "A" Rating for General Education
October 10, 2012
Dr. Michael Poliakoff of ACTA talks about Regent's 'A' rating.
Photo by Patrick Wright
Regent University's College of Arts & Sciences has received a coveted "A" rating from the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) for its general education curriculum. Regent is the only university in Virginia and one of fewer than two-dozen nationwide to receive an "A" in this year's ACTA report. Dr. Carlos Campo, president of Regent University, made the announcement today at the beginning of the university's weekly chapel service.
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