Office of Advising – On-Campus Undergraduate
How can an Academic Advisor help you?
At Regent, through our Office of Advising, we help facilitate a successful transition into college and adulthood by providing essential information that assists you in making well-informed education decisions.
A professional academic advisor is assigned to every new and returning residential and commuter student based on their chosen major. Our advisors are passionate about helping students achieve success in their collegiate and spiritual life and offer caring and practical support throughout their tenure as a student. This support helps build connections and provides an outreach channel for managing the challenges of college life.
Additionally, our office partners with other campus departments to ensure students know about the university policies and procedures available to them concerning their education.
Your First Semester at Regent
Attending college is an exciting time in the lives of our incoming students! A successful first semester can serve as the foundation for your college experience.
As academic advisors, we understand the importance of aiding our student’s success, especially during their initial semester here. That’s why we guide them in creating a well-balanced course load, keep them informed of policies and procedures and available payment options, and assist them in taking ownership of their educational plans.
Our new student orientation course, which students complete during their initial semester at Regent, provides insight into study strategies, stress management, community standards, and academic life as a young adult.
In addition to the orientation course, great online tools are available to new and returning students.
The Office of Advising supports students by bringing awareness to their honors-specific course and degree requirements and insight into exclusive campus-wide resources and learning spaces. Additionally, we partner with the Honors College to ensure students understand L.I.F.E-changing experiential opportunities which will positively impact their collegiate journey at Regent.
Several benefits are afforded to our Honors College student population, including priority class registration each semester due to the rigorous nature of their academic degree and expected engagement in campus and community activities, which requires early preparation and course access.
For more insight into why Regent’s Honors College is uniquely suited for you, listen to this thought-provoking message from Dr. Joshua McMullen, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and director of the Honors College.
The Office of Advising partners with student-athletes in different ways to aid their potential for success. We ensure students remain aware of their degree requirements, understand the importance of becoming and remaining eligible to compete in the National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association (NCCAA) conference, and assist them with navigating the challenges of balancing a college education and cultivating their Christian character with their commitment to sports.
As a Division I South Region member institution in the NCCAA, Regent offers opportunities for student-athletes to participate in intercollegiate sports while giving our athletes a venue to glorify God. Regent’s transformational approach to athletic competition equips student-athletes to be winners first and foremost in Christian character, competing to win, yet transcending the scoreboard to be Christian leaders to change the sports world.
Students interested in transferring to Regent are encouraged to review our transfer credit policy and our transfer equivalency database. Both resources provide insight into how students can maximize their transfer credit at our university.
International students interested in studying on-campus are supported through our International Advising representatives. Students are encouraged to review their academic requirements to remain in compliance for on-campus study.
Student Success & Support
Available opportunities include writing tutoring, math tutoring, webinars, and numerous resources that empower students to take charge of their learning and growth in academics, life, and leadership.
Our Roadmap to Regent overview provides new and current students with a resource-filled tool they can use to prepare for classes. In addition to the resources below, we offer pre-semester webinars focused on preparing you to start the semester off right!
Additional student resources are found below:
We value the parents of our students especially because we aim to partner with you over the next four years to provide support for your college student. We understand you have many questions related to student support initiatives, campus safety, student activities, community life, and more.
We encourage all parents to view the Resources for Parents page, which includes a message from the Dean of our College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Joshua McMullen.
Again, we are excited to partner with you in your child’s success at Regent!
View the academic calendar for key dates and deadlines. New on-campus students should consult their academic advisor before completing their first registration.
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Contact Academic Advising
To ensure you remain on track to graduate, we encourage you to communicate with your academic advising team at least once each semester. Your outreach to us is important, so we strive to provide timely feedback for all your academic and financial questions.
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:45 p.m. ET
Closed for University Chapel on Wednesday: 11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. ET