Earn Your College Credits Early

EASY ADMISSIONS PROCESS

The Early College Program provides you the opportunity to study at Regent — one of the world’s premier Christian universities — and helps you start college with credits under your belt, giving you a strong advantage in your educational and professional career.

Early College classes taken at Regent may be included on your high school transcript as part of your high school curriculum. When applying to another university or college, you will also need to provide that school with an official transcript from Regent. Regionally accredited, our courses should transfer to other colleges easily as long as you earned a “C” or above in those classes.

EARLY COLLEGE APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 16 years of age
  • Completion of sophomore year or homeschool equivalent
  • “B” average in college prep curriculum

EARLY COLLEGE APPLICATION PROCESS

  1. Complete the Early College application. If you are currently a JROTC Student and interested in the Royals Leadership Challenge, please apply here.
  2. Have your high school principal or homeschool advisor approve and sign the application.
  3. Obtain approval of a parent or guardian.
  4. Provide an official copy of current high school or homeschool transcript.

DEADLINE

The deadline for the completed application packet including all checklist items will be two weeks prior to the start of any session.

WHAT’S NEXT?

Once you’ve submitted your completed Early College application and your high school or homeschool transcript, your application will be processed, and you will receive an acceptance email from our Enrollment Management Office. A day or two later, you will also receive an introductory email from your academic advisor with helpful information. The whole process from the receipt of your completed application to acceptance should take no more than a week.

For questions about any of the procedures described above, please contact 757.352.4960 or undergrad@regent.edu.

 

APPLICATION & ADMISSIONS RESOURCES

Calculate your high school GPA using college courses

Gain college credit by taking CLEP tests

 

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