The Honors College of Regent University offers a unique intellectual, spiritual and social experience.

About The Regent University Honors College

Discover Greatness

The Honors College expands upon Regent University’s tradition of greatness. Here, you will engage in a unique intellectual, spiritual and social experience with the capacity to radically change your life, and through you, the world. The Honors College offers sophisticated honors curricula based on its unique educational L.I.F.E. model: great Learning, Instruction, Faculty, and Expectations. The L.I.F.E. approach to honors education at Regent will be offered by some of the best faculty in the country who serve at the university. You can expect challenging, meaningful opportunities to grow in faith and godly character; learn to appreciate and defend the great principles of liberty, justice, self-government, and economic freedom; defend traditional marriage and family; and, among other things, make significant contributions by addressing real-world problems. If you are ready to be equipped to do noble things in a world that too often accepts mediocrity, The Honors College invites you to explore more.

Benefits

  • Exclusive scholarship awarded to all Honors College students
  • Extensive mentorship opportunities with faculty
  • Advanced seminars and leadership training
  • Access to travel funds on a competitive basis
  • Priority class registration & graduate library privileges
  • Unique access to national and international leaders in the church, industry and government
  • Competitive fellow positions in the university’s Center for Christian Thought & Action

Requirements

  • Basic academic entry requirement: 3.7 GPA and 1250 SAT
  • Students must be formally admitted to the College in order to participate. (Learn more in Admissions)
  • Associate of Arts and Associate of Science students are not eligible to participate in this program
  • Honors students will be required to maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Honors College students must be full-time, on-campus undergraduate students