Whether you're studying on
campus or online, your academic
advisor can assist you with degree
planning that will help you achieve your
educational goals, offer practical advice
on registration and class schedules, as
well as, provide you with information
and resources about university policies
and procedures. Learn more about
The staff in the Career Services office
provide students with an abundance of
excellent resources to facilitate meaningful
career development. Securing internship
opportunities, building resumes, and
preparing for job interviews are just a few
of the many services this office provides.
Learn more about Career Services.
The department chair resides over
an academic department. Your
department chair will be an important
part of your field of study. We encourage
you to attend department meetings to
meet your chair and faculty members.
Learn more about
our academic departments.
Faculty mentors are interested in your
development as a Christian leader.
We encourage discussions with faculty
each semester regarding your academic
and vocational goals. View MyRegent
Portal to determine if you have been
assigned a faculty mentor.
Life Groups are small fellowships led
by students and designed to foster
meaningful relationships around biblical
topics. You can join like-minded
students in an authentic community.
Learn more about Life Groups.
Every campus resident hall is
supervised by a resident assistant (RA)
who offers guidance and support and
plans various events and programs
for students living on campus.
Learn more about Resident Life.
The College Student
Leadership Board (CSLB)
The College Student Leadership
Board is a group of elected
students who serve the undergraduate
student body in creating and supporting
a vibrant campus atmosphere.
Learn more about CSLB.
Financial Aid Counselors
Regent's financial aid counselors are
happy to assist you by facilitating access
to financial and informational resources
related to education and tuition costs.
Meet your financial aid counselors.