Regent University Entrance Counseling: Online Loan Counseling

Regent University Entrance Counseling: Online Loan Counseling

Students who borrow under the Federal Direct Loan Program are required to complete entrance counseling before receiving loan proceeds. Also, exit counseling is required before graduating, withdrawing or dropping below half-time status.

In entrance counseling, you will be asked to complete a quiz at the end of each section. The quiz must be answered correctly to successfully complete the counseling session; you will be given an opportunity to correct any mistakes.

BEGIN YOUR ENTRANCE COUNSELING SESSION

Transfer Students

If you have already completed loan entrance counseling for another school you need to notify the Student Financial Aid Office that you have completed the counseling previously. You are not required to complete the counseling again. To have a copy of your completed counseling sent to Regent University, visit www.studentaid.gov and log in. Select the option to view completed counseling (on the left hand side of the page) and select Regent University as the school you would like to notify.

If you have any questions, you may contact us at 757.352.4385.

Below are some average figures for Regent University student loan borrowers.

School of
Enrollment
Average
Aggregate Borrowing
Average Repayment
per Month
College of Arts & Sciences
$22,322 $257
Business & Leadership
$41,377 $476
Communication
$55,075 $634
Divinity
$54,355 $625
Education
$34,058 $392
Government
$51,320 $591
Law
$73,485 $846
Psychology & Counseling
$64,806 $745

Note: Data as of May 23, 2016 (for 2014-15 academic year). Undergraduate aggregate figures based on four years of borrowing. Graduate aggregate figures based on two years of borrowing, except Law and School of Business & Leadership, which are based on three years. Repayment figures based on interest rate during repayment for 2014-15 loans and based on standard 10-year repayment period.

Students have full access to data concerning all their federal student loans at the National Student Loan Data System website. View your complete federal student loan history. (Any private loans you borrowed would not appear in this database.)