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Welcome, Regent Royal Parents!

The Regent Difference

We know this is a big decision for you as the parent of a college student. You want to choose a college that will equip your child for the future – one that will empower them to be all that they can be. We hear you, because we want the same.

Since 1978, Regent University has been in the business of transforming lives. We were founded with a purpose – to advance Christian leadership that will change the world. And we do this by developing leaders one student at a time. Learn more about your student’s life at Regent.

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“Unlike other schools I considered, Regent lets you customize projects around real-life work issues. The professors challenge you and genuinely want you to succeed.”

Kari Jacobs, MBA, 2013 President and General Manager at WVEC-TV ABC 13

“I chose Regent because of its Christian principles, as I wanted to learn how to integrate my faith with telling stories; also because of its amazing film program and facilities. Yes, my expectations were definitely met.”

Michelle Bello, M.A., 2011 Cinema Arts/Television, Directing

“It means a lot to me, knowing that there are people who are committed to helping a student follow his dreams. ”

Nathan Rostampour, Doctor of Strategic Leadership, 2024 Scholarship Recipient

“Regent prepared me to step into the unknown with confidence and skill.”

Jonathan Holman, B.S. in Business, 2019 Director of Business Intelligence, Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance

“Regent helped me learn what it means to be a scholar-practitioner. I work for one of the top consulting firms in the nation specializing in educational leadership development and serve as a member of the graduate faculty at a local university.”

Anthony Marchese, Ph.D., 2008