Earning your degree is an important achievement. Having access to “life tools” for continued success is also essential. Regent student resources will help you thrive. We invite you to explore Academic Advising now. You may also access Career & Talent Management, Mental Health Counseling, and more in the tabs below.
Contact Details: 757.352.4926
Visit us in person – COM 250 (Building 8 on map)
M-Th: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. (ET)
F: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (ET)
The experienced staff and online Career Development Center of Regent University’s Office of Career & Talent Management (CTM) provide excellent resources for life.
Student Center SC 241,
1000 Regent University Dr.,
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
M–F: 8 am–5 pm
** In the event of an emergency call 911.**
Regent Counseling Services, a part of the Department of Student Services, provides free professional counseling to any Regent students who are enrolled in at least one class and are able to come to the Virginia Beach campus. Services include individual counseling, group counseling, pre-marital/marriage counseling, assessments, and psychoeducational workshops. All counseling is provided or supervised by licensed professionals, is completely confidential, and adheres to all laws and ethics that govern the counseling profession.
Counseling services are available free of charge to all Regent students.
Student must be currently enrolled in at least one class and must come to campus to receive services.
During the summer and winter breaks, students may participate in counseling as long as they are registered for the following semester.
New clients should complete these forms and bring them to their first session. Each of these is a fillable PDF form. However, you will NOT be able save the completed document (or email it) unless you have a full version of Adobe Acrobat.*
These forms may become necessary at some point during a client’s treatment.Release of Information
* Acrobat Reader must be installed on your computer in order to view these files.
Robert M. Kuschel, MS, LPC
Director of Counseling & Disability Services
“Robbie” joined Regent University in February of 2012. With over 20 years of experience in counseling, he has worked with a very large number of individuals, groups, and families facing a plethora of mental health issues. His work experience includes school-based drug and drop-out prevention, delinquency counseling (residential and community based), residential drug treatment, private practice, adoption, and church-based counseling. He has also served as a youth pastor and high school Bible teacher. Robbie earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychology at Palm Beach Atlantic University in South Florida and has earned professional licensure in Florida (LMHC) and Virginia (LPC). A former college athlete, Robbie is admittedly a sports fanatic and also enjoys fishing and computer gaming.
Because of the unique mission and resources associated with Regent University, a number of centers have been developed to engage in those activities that further extend our outreach and influence in the world.
To learn more about the individual centers, please visit the websites listed below.
Center for Christian Thought & Action
Center for Entrepreneurship
Center for Global Justice
Center for Student Happiness
Institute for Cybersecurity
Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity
Marriage Ministry Assessment Training & Empowerment (MMATE) Center
Martinson Center for Mathematics & Science
Military Resource Center
Performing Arts Center
Psychological Services Center