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Effective Academic Year 2014-2015 Discount For Military Active Duty & Veterans

Military Financial Assistance
The School of Business & Leadership provides tuition rate reductions for those who are serving on active duty in the United States military or their spouses. The current tuition rate reductions are as follows:

  • 25 percent tuition rate reduction for active duty personnel and veterans
  • 15 percent tuition rate reduction for spouses of active duty personnel and veterans

Active Duty Personnel
Active duty students who qualify for this tuition reduction must submit a copy of their Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) or active duty orders to Lisa Bates (lisabat@regent.edu or fax:757.352.4634) to verify their active duty status and have the reduction applied to their accounts. Qualified students need to verify their active duty status each semester for which they intend to receive this tuition reduction.

Spouses of Active Duty Military Personnel
Spouses of active duty military personnel who qualify for this tuition reduction must submit a copy of their spouse's Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) or active duty orders to Lisa Bates (lisabat@regent.edu or fax: 757.352.4634) to verify their current military dependent status and have the reduction applied to their accounts. Qualified spouses need to verify their military dependent status each semester for which they intend to use this tuition reduction.

Veteran Education Benefits
Education benefits are available to U.S. military veterans and personnel and are certified by the Business Office. If you are a Regent University student who is also a veteran receiving Department of Veterans Affairs benefits, visit the Veteran's Benefits site for details. Additional information is available at the official Department of Veterans Affairs web page.

Military Partnerships
Regent University's Military Affairs Office maintains a number of military partnerships that are noted on their website. Specific to the School of Business & Leadership is a memorandum of agreement with the Joint Forces Staff College.

Joint Forces Staff College
Regent has a Memorandum of Agreement to articulate JFSC student credit for completion of Joint and Combined Warfighting School (JCWS) into our School of Business & Leadership, Robertson School of Government and School of Education. This agreement allows for advanced standing of up to 9 credit hours toward SBL's M.A. in Organizational Leadership, and M.A. in Strategic Foresight. Each SBL degree requires a minimum of 33 credit hours for completion. For full details, click the MOU link below.

  • To read the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), please click here.
  • To apply for advanced standing under the MOU, apply here.
  • To view the news article, please click here.

Army Logistics University (ALU)
The Army Logistics University (ALU) partnership with Regent University provides advanced standing of up to 12 credit hours for graduates of ALU's courses who enroll in Regent's Master's in Organizational Leadership program. This program is housed in Regent's School of Business & Leadership (SBL).

  • To read the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), please click here.
  • To apply for advanced standing under the MOU, apply here.
  • To view the news article, please click here.

Defense Acquisition University (DAU) The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) partnership with Regent University provides advanced standing for graduates of the DAU program manager's course who enroll in Regent's organizational leadership or government (public administration) master's programs. Various other DAU courses will also transfer for credit toward Regent undergraduate and graduate courses.

  • To read the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), please click here.
  • To apply for advanced standing under the MOU, apply here.
  • To view the news article, please click here.

Army ROTC at Old Dominion University
Regent University is proud to join forces with the Army ROTC at Old Dominion University (ODU) in Norfolk, Va. With this joint agreement, School of Business & Leadership master's students can take courses toward a Regent University degree while fulfilling their Army ROTC commitment with ODU. Students desiring to attend Regent on an Army graduate scholarship must first apply to Regent University for admission, and then to the Army ROTC at ODU for the graduate scholarship.



Effective Academic Year 2014-2015 Discount For Military Active Duty & Veterans

Graduate Degrees:

Active Duty Personnel (25% tuition rate reduction):

  • Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, National Guard, Navy, Reservists (active)
    • Must submit a copy of their LES (Leave and Earning Statement).

Veterans (25% tuition rate reduction):

  • Character of Service: Honorable.
  • Narrative Reason: cannot include any type of misconduct.
    • Must submit a copy of their DD-214.

Military Spouse Award

  • Spouses of active-duty, Reserve, National Guard: 15% tuition-rate reduction.
  • Narrative Reason: cannot include any type of misconduct.
    • Must submit a copy of their spouses LES (Leave and Earning Statement).

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 University 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.





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