About the Area

Participants are responsible for arranging their own accommodations. Once admitted, international students may apply online for student housing here.

On-campus accommodations for spring term students may be limited compared with the fall term.

A list of off-campus, local housing options may be found online here.

Please contact the student housing representatives via e-mail at
studenthousing@regent.edu for additional information.

The Hampton Roads area (comprised of Chesapeake, Norfolk, Hampton, Newport News, Portsmouth, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach) is home to approximately 1.6 million people and is 31st in the nation's population ranking. This appealing vacation destination draws about 2.7 million visitors each year.

Not only is Regent University near numerous historical landmarks, including Jamestown and Williamsburg, but its close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay ensure that you will find the perfect excuse for a study break or family day any time of the year and in the most beautiful of settings.


The Hampton Roads area is full of history, culture, and fun. Click here for a list of concert venues, theaters, museums, and cinemas.


Whether you are a spectator or competitor in your sport of choice, Hampton Roads offers a wide variety of local and college sports, such as football, golf, racing, and hockey. For a list of sports teams and venues, fitness centers, and golf courses click here.


Are you a history buff? How about a beach bum? Maybe a thrill-seeker? Click here for a list of recreational activates ranging from harbor tours to beach house rentals, and historical sites to theme parks.

City Information

Interested in learning more about the different cities in Hampton Roads? Click here for a list of local city websites.