Monthly Archives: March 2019

Regent University Presents Little Women

Little Women by Allan Knee, Jason Howland & Mindi Dickstein This powerful musical retells Louisa May Alcott’s beloved story of four sisters coming of age in Civil War-era America. Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy must overcome their personal challenges, keep the household going on a shoestring, and hold fast to their convictions before they find …

Are These Three Myths Holding You Back from Starting an Online Degree?

By Brett Tubbs We’re living in a digital world. You can stream conferences and workshops, consult doctors, listen to almost any musical album in the world, and have your groceries delivered straight to your doorstep from online platforms. Why not pursue higher education digitally? Granted, with the slew of information and choices generated online, it’s …

Why Does Improving My Writing Matter … and How Can I Improve Mine?

By Katie Llewellyn What do the following things have in common? A thorough contract, inspiring poetry, witty social media posts, groundbreaking research studies, and a love letter. If you guessed “writing,” then you get a gold star! Writing is the foundation of most of our communication, both in school and otherwise, and is used to provide …

Regent University’s School of Psychology and Counseling Students Advance Internship Placement Record

For only the second time ever, all doctoral students — 16 in total — from the School of Psychology and Counseling (SPC) who applied for internships via the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) received placements at American Psychological Association (APA) accredited sites. “The program’s ongoing pattern of outstanding match rates is clear …

Will a Degree Help You Establish a Career?

In a world where traditional career paths are constantly changing and it’s possible to get a job without a college education, you might wonder if college is a wooden warship, sailing away. But that’s just not true. Benefits of a Degree According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2018, those with a bachelor’s …

Meet Your Campus: 4 Regent Spots Then and Now

Regent University stands on what was once a humble soybean farm; that’s right — a forty-some acre plot of forest and fields. Just over forty years ago, that field began shaping up as a college campus. Now, it’s an exciting, brick-paved campus, full of Neo-Georgian buildings and exciting programs, bubbling with vibrant student life. We …