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How Do I Know What College Entrance Exam I Should Take?

By Brett Tubbs Beginning the college application process can be completely overwhelming. To make matters worse, not all university admissions requirements are created equal. Standardized tests are oftentimes a big part of the college application process. Wondering which of the college entrance exams is the right fit for you? The guide below will help you …

Top College Terms You Should Understand Before Starting Your Program

  If you’re looking at colleges, you’ve probably got a lot on your mind. There’s a multitude of choices, and chances are, a multitude of terms you’re not quite familiar with. We get it. To help, we’ve constructed some simple explanations for terms you need to know when eyeing potential colleges and universities. Here are …

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God’s Presence in Grief

A Message from Dr. William Hathaway Dean, School of Psychology & Counseling The Regent University community extends love and support to those affected by the recent shootings in Ohio and Texas. “These tragedies continue to highlight the tragic impact of mass shooters on their direct victims and on the communities that they impact by these …

5 Qualities of the Most Effective Teachers

There is no secret formula to what makes an effective teacher. But as you take your place at the front of the classroom, certain qualities can aid you in growing into the person you are supposed to be — progressing as the teacher you are supposed to be. Here are a few qualities we hope …

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Homebody, Social Butterfly or Burnout? How Knowing Your Student Type Can Determine Your Collegiate Success

The Ancient Greeks may well have been on to something when they declared: “Know thyself.” Knowing yourself — your strengths, weaknesses, habits, and behaviors — is key not only to achieving personal success, but educational success as well. So what is it exactly that you need to know? According to EAB, a best-practices firm that …

Regent University Receives High Marks in Study.com Rankings

This past month, Study.com released their Best Online Accredited Schools, a list in which they place Regent University #1 out of 50. What’s more, they ranked Regent in Best Online Master’s Degree Programs as #9 out of 50. “These rankings highlight the excellent academic, instructional and support services available to Regent students,” said Dr. Gerson-Moreno-Riaño, …

Recent Regent University LAW Graduates Tout High Judicial Clerkship Placement Rate

Serving as a judicial clerk upon graduation is an aim for many law students. For a remarkable 21.4% of Regent University 2019 LAW graduates who landed Judicial Clerkships, that aim has become a reality. “Regent students are prepared to secure competitive clerkships because of our professional support and counseling, our unique resources, and the School’s …

Top 10 College Considerations for Military and How Regent University Delivers

By Brett Tubbs If you’re a part of our United States military as an active service member, reservist, a military spouse, or dependent one thing is certain: You’re not an average student. Between big family moves, mobilizations, drill weekends and more, you may be fitting your education into the margins of your service. This is …

What Can You Do With a Bachelor’s in Psychology?

A bachelor’s in psychology is one of the most popular college majors in the U.S.

M.Ed. vs MAT: The Difference Between a Master’s in Education & a Master of Arts in Teaching

By Sarah Nguyen You’re passionate about education and want to pursue an advanced degree. But which one is right for you: a Master of Education (M.Ed.) or a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)? The answer to that may depend, in part, on how you answer this next question: Would you rather be inside the …