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College of Arts & Sciences – Centers & Initiatives

Study Abroad

If you’re looking for an exciting supplement to your academic experience, the opportunity to travel during college offers the perfect chance to apply your studies in different cultural and global contexts. Studying abroad can be one of the richest and most rewarding opportunities in your college career. Learn more

Honors College

Regent University’s Honors College is about choices — the moral choices that transform you and shape your character. As an Honors student, you will study through a Christian worldview that will help you re-imagine science, the arts, literature, history, theology, economics, family, law, politics — the best of the liberal arts tradition. Benefits include an annual scholarship, priority class registration, an opportunity to publish content as a Center for Christian Thought & Action Fellow, and more. Candidates must submit two essays for consideration. Learn more

Early College

Are you eager to jumpstart your degree and start college with credits you earned during high school? Through our Early College Program, you can accelerate your education as you earn college credits while homeschooling or finishing high school. You will earn transferable undergraduate credits at a substantial financial savings. Learn more

“My time at RSG was a rewarding experience! I was enlightened about the various ideas that influence the political, economic, and social agendas of the world. In addition, I built relationships with faculty, staff, and students and benefited from several RSG-sponsored opportunities.”

Takeshia Stokes, M.A., 2010

“I choose Regent for its professional thoughtful and approach to education, but what shaped me was the mentoring faculty and my cohort experience.”

Chris Hull, Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision, 2009 Head of Graduate Counseling, John Brown University; Board of Directors Chair, CACREP

“To the Big Four firm who insisted I'd need to drop out of my Regent doctoral program: I decided not to drop out. I completed my program (4.0 GPA), started my own firm and added multimillion-dollar organizations to my portfolio.”

Marissa Layton, DSL, 2020 Business Coach

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Kristin Smith, B.A. in History, 2020 Next Generation Coordinator, Strong Tower Church

“I am proud to further Regent University’s conviction of excellence in scholarship, passion for ministry, and devotion to the Word of God.”

Ben Gutierrez, Ph.D., 2004 Organizational Leadership