Monthly Archives: September 2019

What is a Clinical Psychologist and How to Become One

By Nicolas Reynolds “In 1736 I lost one of my sons, a fine boy of four years old, by the small-pox, taken in the common way,” wrote Benjamin Franklin. Fortunately, due to the miracle of modern medicine, a natural case of smallpox has not occurred in decades. Smallpox cannot be called “common” anymore. As modern …

Why Should I Earn a College Degree While in the Military?

By Brett Tubbs Serving in the military is an “all-in” feat. More than “just a job,” military service is a lifestyle. Wondering whether pursuing a college education fits in? Here’s the thing: Getting your bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree says that you’re betting on yourself and your future. You’re already disciplined in the art of …

Regent University Makes Great Colleges to Work For® Honor Roll

For the 11th year, Regent University has been ranked among Great Colleges to Work For®. However, this year is different. For 2019, Regent was prestigiously awarded Honor Roll – the highest rank a school could receive from Great Colleges to Work For®. Why? Because Regent excels in multiple categories – eight in fact – that are …

How Can I Earn My College Degree While Deployed?

By Brett Tubbs Getting a degree while serving active duty in the Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, the National Guard or Special Forces is an impressive goal on many fronts. You’re already living out an incredible mission: serving your nation, and keeping your homeland safe and secure. Now you’re thinking about continuing your education while …

Regent Law Opens Clinic in Downtown Norfolk

By Nicolas Reynolds On Thursday, September 12, Regent University School of Law commemorated the grand opening of Grace Community Law Clinic in downtown Norfolk. The primary mission of the new branch: to effectively provide pro bono legal aid to the Hampton Roads community. Translated from Latin as “for the public good,” pro bono legal work …

Weather Update: Hurricane Dorian

Southeastern Virginia is currently under a tropical storm warning with heavy winds, rain, and flooding expected Thursday evening and in to Friday. Due to expected weather conditions, Regent University will implement the following: Regent University will close at 9 p.m. on Thursday, September 5. Support services and activities beginning at or after 9 p.m. on …

J.D. vs. M.A. in Law: The Nitty Gritty

“Law.” Does the word conjure images of courtrooms and crime shows? (Queue the “Da Dum” of NBC’s Law and Order.) If you’re thinking about going into the field of law, you’ll be happy to know there’s a lot you can do with a law degree. That isn’t to say, however, that all law degrees are …

What is an MBA in Healthcare Management?

By Philip Reynolds As the Oregon Trail beckoned droves of Americans westward in the 19th century, so healthcare calls many seeking a stable and secure field in which to anchor their career. Surpassing the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics’ estimate that it would be the largest career field by 2020, the healthcare industry did just …

Make God Known; Make the World Better

Regent Faculty are Challenged at Annual Faculty Retreat Sparks – of imagination, possibility and brilliance — can fly when you put a group of astute, purpose-driven faculty in a room together for a day-long retreat. Such was the case on Friday, August 23, as Regent University faculty gathered at a biannual faculty retreat. It was …

3 Ways Your Law Degree Can Make a Difference

Not all law degree programs will land you in a courtroom. You can apply a law degree to a wide spectrum of careers, whether you want to work in the nonprofit sector, for a corporation, a municipality or civil works center, even a ministry. Here are three ways a law degree could help make a …