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Online Admissions Process


ADMISSIONS MADE EASY

Contact Information: 800.373.5504

Our Admissions department is here to help you select from a variety of online degrees and start your Regent story.

Getting Started

Getting started at Regent University Online is easy!

Step 1. Apply to your online degree program. Need help choosing your program? Call us at 800.373.5504. Our admissions team is ready to answer questions and guide you to the online degree that best fits your goals.

Step 2. Submit your admissions requirements. This includes unofficial transcripts, an admissions questionnaire, and a government-issued ID. Since this process varies by program, be sure to review your program requirements thoroughly.

Step 3. Determine how you will pay for your schooling and complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov. Regent’s code is 030913.

Most students access a combination of federal, state, institutional and private financial aid. Be sure to explore Regent’s Corporate Partners, Church Matching Grant, and Endowed Scholarships. Regent also offers a Tuition Installment Plan— your interest-free extended payment plan.

Waiting for Your Admission Decision?

It’s true. The waiting is the hardest part. That’s why we do our best to get back to you in just days of submitting all your admissions requirements. Here are some proactive steps you can take in the meantime.

What’s Next?

  • Once you’re accepted to Regent University Online, it’s time to register for your first courses. Our enrollment team will help you enroll in your first semester. Be on the lookout for their call to make this process quick and easy. If you can’t take the call immediately, contact us at your convenience to go over all your final steps and course needs: 800.373.5504.  
  • Once you’re registered for online college courses, you’ll receive an email walking you through your financial aid and Semester Check-In (SCI) steps. Students who complete SCI early, and have a projected loan refund estimated, can accept an advance on the refund before the term begins to purchase textbooks with the Regent bookstore.

Admissions FAQ

How Do I Apply for Online Degree Programs?

The application process is the same for both online and on-campus programs. You will complete your application online, and you can stop, save and return at a later time to finish it, if needed. Simply click “Apply Now” to get started.

When Are Online Applications Due?

New sessions start as often as every eight weeks. However, application due dates vary with each school and graduate or undergraduate degree program, so you’ll want to confirm ahead of time. Your decision and enrollment deposit are due two weeks prior to the start of class.

Fill out a Request Information form to connect with an admissions counselor and learn more.

Common Forms

Access common forms and documents.

HIGH QUALITY & AFFORDABLE DEGREES

Regent University offers high-quality online degree programs to make earning your degree more accessible and affordable. By allowing you to transfer up to 90 credit hours, you can avoid paying for courses you have already taken. Our programs consistently top the charts among U.S. News & World Report “Best” rankings for quality, service and faculty credentials and training.


KNOWLEDGE & FAITH, TOGETHER

Whether you’re just starting out or transferring from another college or university, you’ll find our financial aid options, 8- and 15-week course selections, Christ-focused curriculum, and team of caring professionals just what you need to achieve your goals. Learn more about Regent.