Regent University has a range of student organizations and leadership opportunities.

Office of Student Activities & Leadership

The Office of Student Activities & Leadership’s main goal and purpose is to create student enhancement and campus engagement, whether you are an on-campus, online or commuter student.

We do this through programs, over 65+ student organizations, leadership opportunities, and experiences that allow Regent students to apply what they learn in the classroom. Getting involved is a great way for students to meet new people, enhance their leadership skills, and be an active part of student life.

The Department Mission is: to assist Regent students to mature as Christians and to enhance the growth of student character, spirituality, personal well-being and leadership skills, while also assisting them to become Christian Leaders to Change the World.

Key functions of this office include:

  • Developing a vibrant community life among university students
  • Enriching student learning
  • Promoting character development

Director of Student Activities & Leadership
Amber Steele

Student Organizations

Regent University and the Office of Student Activities & Leadership seek to provide every student with the opportunity to become involved on campus, build lifelong friendships, grow personally and spiritually, and to give of their time in service to others. One way to do that is to get involved in a student organization.

Regent University Student Organizations

45 Degrees
Alpha Phi Omega
Alternative Dispute Resolution Board
Asian Pacific American Law Students Association
Association of Black Psychologists
BeatHunter on Campus
Black Law Students Association
Business Law Society
Christian Association for Psychological Studies
Christian Legal Society
Christians United for Israel
Club Basketball Team
College Student Leadership Board
Commuter Hall
Cosplayers of Regent
Council of Graduate Students
Federalist Society
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
First Edition
Golf Club
HerCampus at Regent
Hispanic Law Students Association
Ice Hockey Club
International City/County Management Association
International Justice Mission
Intramural Sports Board
Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy
Law Review
Martial Arts Club
Master of Arts in Law Student Association
Military and Veterans Law Society
Moot Court Board
Multicultural Initiative in Communication Arts
Newman Society
Photography Club
Psychology Club
Public Interest Legal Advocates of Regent
Ratio Christi
Society for Human Resource Management
Student Activities Board
Student Alumni Ambassadors
Student Animal Legal Defense Fund
Student Bar Association
Student Veterans of America
Students for Life
Swing Dance Club
The Studio
Throne of Grace
Trial Advocacy Board
Undergraduate Debate Association
Virginia Bar Association, Law School Council
Visual Storytellers
The Wanderers

Student Activities Board

The Regent University Student Activities Board is an organization that provides entertainment, activities, cultural and educational experiences for the campus. The board exists to maintain campus traditions and enrich the community of Regent University. Its members serve the campus in order to provide a holistic collegiate experience.

The Board is a great way to get involved with Regent’s campus, learn valuable leadership & organizational skills, and work to accomplish goals within a team. We’d love to have you as a part of our Board! If you would like to become a member of the Student Activities Board, please fill out our application and we’ll contact you soon.

Contact for more information.

Get involved with the Student Activities Board!

College Student Leadership Board

The College Student Leadership Board of Regent University serves the CAS student body in creating and supporting a vibrant campus atmosphere by working closely with the student services staff and faculty.

CSLB Key Responsibilities Include:

  • Stewardship of the University & College Mission
  • Mentor Constituents
  • Encourage Active Service to the University and broader community
  • Participate in an Exemplary Leadership Program
  • Support College Traditions
    • CAS Assemblies
  • Represent undergraduate students in various meetings

The CSLB’s office is in room 112 of the Student Center.

2018-2019 CSLB Officers

Executive Board

President: Emily Lewis
Vice President: Daniel Johnson
Secretary-Treasurer: Natalia Mittelstadt
Events Coordinator: Elizabeth Orozco
Volunteer Programs Coordinator: Jessica Stachurski

Leadership Committee

Senior Representative: Jacob Collier
Junior Representative: Open
Freshman/Sophomore Representative: Tarin Riley
Freshman/Sophomore Representative: Rebecca Presnall
Representative At-Large – Commuter Emphasis: Open
Representative At-Large – Marketing Emphasis: Luke Isbell
Representative At-Large – Online Students Emphasis: Nathan Greenlee
Representative At-Large – Social Media Emphasis: Hannah Griffith

2018-2019 CSLB Officer Profiles

President: Emily Lewis

Emily Lewis Emily Lewis is Junior in Regent University’s College of Arts & Sciences. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Government with a concentration in American Government & Politics. Emily has been a member of several singing groups and greatly enjoys choral music. She also loves the opportunity to serve that the College Student Leadership Board provides. When it comes to her passions, Emily is equally enthusiastic about both people and politics!

Vice President: Daniel Johnson

Daniel Johnson Daniel Johnson is a Sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences, studying for a Bachelor’s degree in Government with a concentration in International Relations. Daniel has played on his church worship team for several years and loves the opportunity to worship the Lord with his God given musical ability. Daniel also serves as a Life Group Leader on campus and retains a passion for helping his fellow students grow in their spiritual and academic lives.

Secretary-Treasurer: Natalia Mittelstadt

Natalia Mittelstadt Natalia Mittelstadt is a Junior pursuing a Communications degree with a concentration in Journalism and a minor in American Government and Politics. Her career plan is to become a political journalist so she can report the facts of the news rather than the bias that is prevalent in the media today. This is her first year serving in CSLB, but she has volunteered at SAB for the past 2 years. She’s also the Secretary of the Regent Chi Alpha Chapter of the Lambda Pi Eta Communications Honor Society for this school year. Natalia enjoys the outdoors, traveling, playing the piano, games, and reading.

Events Coordinator: Elizabeth Orozco

Elizabeth Orozco Elizabeth Orozco is a Junior in the College of Arts and Sciences pursuing a Bachelor’s degree majoring in Accounting. Elizabeth has a passionate heart for serving and volunteer work, and is very excited to be serving her first year as a member of CSLB. She is also a member of Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society for students in Business, Management and Administration majors. Elizabeth spends most of her free time with friends and family and volunteering at local youth centers.

Volunteer Programs Coordinator: Jessica Stachurski

Jessica Stachurski Jessica Stachurski is a Junior pursuing Strategic Communications with a minor in Christian Ministry. She is more than excited to once again be serving as the CSLB Volunteer Programs Coordinator. Jessica has a passionate heart for missions and volunteer work, and seeks to use her degree and experience to be a voice for the voiceless through non-profit marketing and development. Her biggest goals in life are to love God and love people. She enjoys anything that involves using people skills, ballroom dancing, public speaking, and being creative. In everything, Jessica strives to shine the light of Christ through loving and serving others.

Senior Representative: Jacob Collier

Jacob Collier Jacob Collier is entering his senior year at Regent University, and his first year as a member of CSLB. Jacob currently serves as Regent’s Intramural Sports Coordinator as well as the University’s President of Alpha Phi Sigma National criminal justice Honor Society. A founding member of Regent’s club basketball team, Jacob spends most of his free time committed to athletics. In addition he enjoys wildlife photography and mountain climbing.

Freshman-Sophomore Representative: Tarin Riley

Tarin Riley Tarin Riley is a Sophomore pursuing her degree in Organizational Communication. Tarin has a passion for music and is a classically-trained pianist who has also played the piano in worship ministry for over seven years. Tarin serves in Campus Ministries as a Life Group Leader and as the Discipleship Administrator. Tarin loves working with and serving other students and is grateful for the opportunity to serve on the College Student Leadership Board.

Freshman-Sophomore Representative: Rebecca Presnall

Rebecca Presnall Rebecca Presnall is a sophomore in Regent University’s College of Arts and Sciences. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Writing. Rebecca has been a member of Regent’s Chamber Choir and is passionate about sharing music with others. She enjoys the opportunity to serve and interact with students and staff across campus that the College Student Leadership Board offers. A lover of both sung and written words, she appreciates the chance both afford to reach out to the people around her.

At-Large Representative – Marketing Emphasis: Luke Isbell

Luke Isbell Entering his second year with CSLB, Luke Isbell is a Junior in the College of Arts and Sciences. He’s enjoyed participating in the Honors Program, Campus Ministries, and Residence Life as an RA. Luke creates the graphic design for CSLB, but he also enjoys the problem-solving nature of being a Representative. When afforded free time, Luke can usually be found playing Chopin, traveling on a day trip, or off on a long run.

At-Large Representative – Online Students Emphasis: Nathan Greenlee

Nathan Greenlee Nathan Greenlee is a Junior in the College of Arts and Sciences pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Law and National Security. Nathan is a part of many different organizations on campus and really enjoys the opportunity of working with many different people and groups in all aspects of campus life. He hopes to cultivate his skills while serving with CSLB and as an RA in the upcoming year. Nathan also really enjoys spending time with friends and family, playing sports, and being outside.

At-Large Representative – Social Media Emphasis: Hannah Griffith

Hannah Griffith Hannah Griffith is a Junior studying Business with a concentration in General Management. Hannah enjoys singing and has been on her church’s worship team for several years as well as a part of multiple Regent vocal ensembles. She also serves as a Resident Assistant and seeks to honor God in her leadership roles as an RA and in CSLB.