Skip navigation

Admissions Process

Here’s Your Online Program Admissions Process

Start your degree!
The Regent University online admission process is easier than you might think. Following these admissions and enrollment steps will put you well on your way to earning your online college degree from a top-ranked, premier Christian university.

Step 1. Submit Your Admissions Application
Apply to your online degree program. Regent is a top-ranked, accredited university offering online associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees, as well as certificate programs. Our leading fields of study include Arts, Communication & English; Business & Leadership; Divinity & Theology; Education; Law, Government & History; Nursing & Healthcare; Psychology & Counseling; and Science, Technology, Engineering & Math.

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 Documents & Requirements
Be sure to submit all your admissions requirements. This includes unofficial transcripts, an admissions questionnaire, and a government-issued ID.

The admissions process varies by program, so review your program requirements thoroughly.


Undergraduate Admissions


Graduate Admissions

International applicants should refer to the International Admissions Process. Please contact us with questions by calling 1.800.846.4198, or via email at intladmissions@regent.edu.

Step 3. Complete Your Financial Aid & Payment Plan
The sooner you determine how you will pay for your schooling, the more peace of mind and ease you will have in pursuing your degree program.

Start by completing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov. Regent’s code is 030913.

Next, learn about federal, state, institutional and private financial aid.

Finally, explore these additional financial aid resources:

Step 4. Make Your Enrollment Deposit (if required)
Reserve your seat simply by completing your Enrollment Agreement and paying any applicable enrollment deposit.

Step 5. Register for Your ClassesContact your admissions counselor or advisor to select your full-time or part-time schedule of courses.

Step 6. Complete Semester Check-In
Get ahead for your upcoming classes by completing your Semester Check-In once it has been activated. By completing this simple step, you may receive bookstore credit to buy books before classes begin if your account reflects a projected loan refund.

Each semester, you will use this tool to:

  • Avoid class delays by confirming your course registration
  • View your account summary
  • Review important dates and disclosures
  • Make sure your finances are in order by completing any remaining financial obligations and federal aid authorization
  • Learn how to order your textbooks and secure your bookstore credit

You will not be able to complete the Semester Check-In if you have an outstanding balance or incomplete financial aid requirements.

As a final step, bookmark regent.edu/advising to keep important resources at your fingertips!

Still have questions? Email advising@regent.edu to set up an appointment.