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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

“When I came to Regent, it was really out of a place of what I call vocational desperation. I had a degree in theology, but a strong sense of calling toward film. Regent helped me sort out my future and set me on a path I never dreamed of before. Now, I'm a teacher and a filmmaker. ”

Joshua Overbay, MFA, 2010 Filmmaker

“At Regent, I learned skills like cultural building and succession building to create more impact and engagement with our employees.”

Myra Vandervelde, Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership, 2004; MA in Business Cognate/ Organizational Leadership, 2000 Global Ethics Learning Leader, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC

“I’ve been able to continue to employ what I learned at Regent in the doctoral program to every position I’ve had since then.”

Rick Richardson, Ph.D., 2007 Organizational Leadership

“Regent 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.”

Charles Martin, Ph.D., 2000 New York Times Best-Selling Author

“I needed someone to tell me who I was and whose I was. Regent did that; the staff was amazing!”

Rae Pearson Benn, M.A. in Organizational Leadership, 2016 WTVZ Host of Our Issues Hampton Roads; Media & Communications Coordinator III, City of Virginia Beach