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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

“All the professors at Regent are truly gracious and willing to talk to you and help you — even if it's not class-related. They treat their job like it's their calling. Through them, I learned to care for people like a pastor would.”

Derek Hirtz, M.Div., 2015

“I found Regent's School of Education to be a place where I could obtain some of those practical skills I needed to help others. The TESOL curriculum included a good balance of instruction in reading, writing, and conversation skills that I can apply with adults or children.”

Jason Clark, M.Ed., 2010 TESOL

“"At Regent, I was surrounded by people who exemplified servant leadership. These examples often come back to me, and I believe it’s what my industry needs now more than ever."”

Breanna Molloy, B.A., 2012

“When I felt called to teaching after a career in the military, Regent University bridged the gap and laid a solid, Christian-based path for me to follow.”

John Pienkowski, M.Ed., 2017 Level II Career Switcher

“I looked at other institutions, but I understood the importance of a Christ-centered focus, and I wanted that to be a part of my graduate experience.”

Cheryl C. Askew, Ed.D., 2012 Principal, Landstown High School