Regent University is a great choice. You’ll find that we top the charts in affordability among private Christian universities and equip young adults like you to advance as Christian leaders to change the world. What sets us apart? Knowledge and faith, together.
We have a streamlined admissions process and knowledgeable counselors who will help you start your Regent journey.
Regent’s Traditional Campus Program offers freshmen a residential experience. All first-year freshmen are required to live on-campus unless they live within a 25-mile radius of the university.
Check to see if you are eligible to apply for Christian scholarships or a university scholarship to help with tuition costs.
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Top scholars are invited to campus to compete for exclusive full and partial scholarships, which includes the Dean’s Scholarship (full tuition plus room). These are the largest scholarship awards available to incoming Regent students.
One of only 24 universities nationally
for comprehensive liberal arts curriculum.
– American Council of Trustees and Alumni, 2018
We’ve prepared nearly
Graduates to change the world as accomplished, principled leaders.
Best Online Bachelor’s Programs in Virginia
– U.S. News & World Report, 2018
"The faculty at Regent are exceptional, and of course, everything we learn has a biblical foundation. That's priceless."
"Regent opened a door to self-discovery and selflessness. My Regent instructors encouraged me to operate on a higher level of motivation and others-oriented awareness."
"My identity isn’t in whether or not I get a role; what’s important is that I’m being a good witness, that I’m being a light and loving support to other actors."
“Truthfully, Regent changed my life. There's an element of gratification that comes along with doing what I know that God has called me to do.”
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“They [professors] caused me to learn to think critically in a way I had never done. [They] forced me to think well, and at the root of writing well is thinking well.”
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