Once you have been accepted as a student to the university, you are eligible to apply for housing. Complete the application online and submit the $350 non-refundable application fee/housing deposit. The application and deposit are together in the same online form and can only be submitted/accepted online through the Student Housing website.
An individual residing in Student Housing must be classified as a full-time, resident student taking classes on campus (as opposed to online). During the academic calendar year, the student must be enrolled in two semesters out of three.
The parking lot is for motor vehicles only, which includes automobiles, motorcycles and pick-up trucks. You may not park boats, trailers of any kind, mobile homes, campers, buses or trucks larger than three-quarter ton without prior consent of the Student Housing Management Office.
Inoperable vehicles or vehicles with expired registrations are not allowed to be parked on the property. Conducting major vehicle repairs in the parking lot is prohibited. Do not leave cars on jacks unattended.
As a courtesy to our residents in wheelchairs, we ask that you do not park your vehicle in a manner that would result in it protruding over the sidewalk.
Student Housing housing agreements exist on a semester-to-semester basis. Your housing agreement automatically extends to the next semester if you do not submit a notice to vacate by the appropriate date. Housing agreement ending dates are May 31, July 31 and December 31. Students are required to vacate Student Housing during the housing agreement period in which they graduate (graduating students are still required to submit a notice to vacate).
Pets are not allowed in student housing assignments or anywhere on the residential area premises. This includes guests staying in your housing assignment. Visitors would need to make other arrangements for their pets before visiting Student Housing. Fresh water aquariums are permitted, but limited to 5 gallons in size. Service dogs are permitted in Regent Village for those individuals with registered disabilities.
The Student Housing Management Office is an example of an apartment. In addition, we do have floor plans you may view on our website. Due to the demand for student housing, we do not have a model apartment available.
Most housing assignments are finalized for the fall semester by July 1, the spring semester by December 1, and the summer semester by May 1. Feel free to contact us if you have not received an assignment by the dates indicated. We do receive cancellations periodically.
Yes. Academic year housing agreements are only for the fall and spring semesters (mid/late August to early May). Students enrolled in summer school can explore availability of summer school housing with the Student Housing Office.
Yes. Residents may have guests of the same sex stay with them for no more than two nights in a seven day period. Guests staying overnight must register with the Student Housing Office or with an RA on duty in the lobby of the residence hall. Also, if a guest is parking a vehicle in the Student Housing parking lot overnight, he or she must obtain a Student Housing Parking Permit from the Student Housing Office.
You may pay your semester fee on campus at the Business Office (Administration Building, Room 134), or you may pay online with a credit card through Genisys (login to the MyRegent portal and click the Genisys logo).
Since each of the apartments in the Regent Commons and Village have full kitchens, including ovens and microwaves, the Regent Ordinary does not offer meal plans for students. However, we have reloadable gift cards that can be purchased or reloaded with any amount at www.regent.edu/giftcard.