Academic Advising

Location:
Divinity Building

Hours:
MON & WED 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
TUE & THU 8 a.m. - 11 p.m.
FRI 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
SAT 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Contact:
800.722.3680 | 757.352.4385
757-352-4685 (fax)
advising@regent.edu

 

Important!

Registration is Now Open
Registration is now open. You may register through Genysis or contact your advisor to set up an advising appointment.

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For assistance with your MyRegent ID and password, you may contact the Regent IT Help Desk at 757.352.4076 or helpdesk@regent.edu.

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Regent's Office of Academic Advising provides caring and practical student support. As a Regent student, you are assigned a personal academic advisor to assist you with course selection, degree planning, registration, and university resources. The name of your advisor is located in your My Regent portal on the Student page. To help you stay on course as you pursue your degree, we encourage you to set up advising appointments at least once each semester. We're here to help you succeed!

New on-campus students should consult their academic advisor before completing your first registration.

Fall 2016

Session Registration Dates Session Start / Payment Deadline
Session A March 14 - August 21 August 22
Session M* March 14 - September 18 September 19
Session B March 14 - October 23 October 24

* - Undergraduate classes only.

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The best way to reach your academic advisor is to contact University Advising by phone or email. In the event that your assigned advisor is not available, you will be matched with an advisor that will best suit your concerns. You can contact the University Advising Office at 757.352.4385, Toll Free at 800.722.3680, or by email at advising@regent.edu.
In order to change your major you must complete a Change of Field or Study form. This form differs for both graduates and undergraduates. If you are an undergraduate and would like to change your major, minor, emphasis or cognate you can find the appropriate form HERE. If you are a graduate student and would like to change your current major, minor, or concentration you can find the appropriate form HERE.
Undergraduate students enrolled in 12 or more credit hours are considered Full-Time. Graduate students enrolled in 9 credit hours or more are considered Full-Time. Doctoral Students enrolled in 6 credit hours or more are considered Full-Time.
Bachelor’s students may accumulate a maximum of forty-five (45) credit hours (including transfer credit) before declaring a major (thus declaring the major no later than the second semester of your sophomore year). Visit the current Catalog for more information.
Students at Regent University may register for courses offered by other VTC institutions by completing a VTC Cross-Registration Form. Only on-campus, credit courses offered by participating VTC institutions are allowed in the VTC exchange program. Therefore, the program does not accommodated online distance education students. Contact the Registrar’s Office for further details.
You can receive help determining your eligibility and assistance with receiving the appropriate services and accommodations by contacting the Disability Services Office at 757.352.4101 or disabilities@regent.edu. For further information, please visit the Disability Services Webpage.
An academic petition is to be used by students to request variations from academic policies and procedures as given in the University Catalog. For further information please read the Student Catalog. Before submitting an academic petition please consult with your academic advisor.
l JD and LLM students are assigned to staff advisors and faculty in the School of Law. For further information please contact the Regent University School of Law. MA in Law students are assigned to staff advisors within the University Advising Office.
For Undergraduate students to obtain permission for a credit overload, (over 18 credits in a semester or over 9 credits in a session) you must contact University Advising and they will direct you to the appropriate request form. If approved or denied you will receive confirmation from University Advising and/or the Registrar’s Office.
Cum Laude designations apply only to undergraduate candidates who have completed 50% or more of their coursework at Regent University. For specific Latin Honors cumulative grade point averages visit the Registrar’s Webpage.
You can submit an Add/Drop Form to request a course be added or dropped from your semester schedule during the Add/Drop period at the beginning of each semester or if you do not have access to add/drop courses in GENISYS.
For more information on college credit test you can visit the “Additional Opportunities for Gaining College Credit” section of the current catalog or visit the Registrar’s Undergraduate Transfer Credit Information page.

Specific information about academic requirements differ for each individual program. As student’s academic status will be determined at the end of each term but the Registrar’s Office.

For specific GPA requirements for undergraduate students please refer to the current Undergraduate Catalog.

For specific GPA requirements for graduate students please refer to the current Graduate Catalog.

Holds on your account can be but are not limited to academic holds, financial holds, unpaid balances, or library fines. When there is a hold on your account you are unable to modify your schedule in any way. To have a hold removed, please contact the appropriate office or department. If you are unsure what holds you have you can check you MyRegent Portal. For any additional assistance with understanding holds, feel free to contact University Advising at 757.352.4385 or 800.722.3680.

 

Registration

We welcome telephone or office
appointments to provide step-by-step
instructions on how to register for
classes as well as details on how to
move forward with any advising holds
on your account.
Contact your advisor today.

Degree Planning

Let us assist you with course
selection and availability, help you
stay on course with your approved
degree plan, and provide support as
you prepare for graduation.
Contact your advisor today.

Student Success

Academic advisors want you
to be successful academically
and professionally.Finding support for opportunities like study abroad, internships, financial aid, career guidance, academic resources, mentoring, coaching,
and prayer is as easy as meeting with your academic advisor.

Regent Community

We know that community is important
to you. The faculty, staff, and students
at Regent are all a part of the
transformational work that is going on
here every day. Speak to your academic
advisor today
to discover how you
can experience all that Regent has to offer.

Policies & Procedures

Our advisors will walk you through
various policies and procedures
including academic petitions, grade
appeals, incomplete requests and more.
Access your:
i. Undergraduate Student Forms
ii. Graduate Student Forms

 

Privacy
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law established to protect the privacy of student records. The Office of Academic Advising abides by these privacy guidelines. Confidential student information will not be communicated to a third party, including immediate family members, without the expressed consent of the student, except when allowed under FERPA law.