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Law Events

Attending a Regent admissions event can be one of the smartest things you’ll do as you plan to pursue your degree. Our on-campus and online events will help clarify your goals and calling while answering your questions about more practical issues like the admissions process and law school financial aid.

Visiting Regent University School of Law is the best way for you to discover all we have to offer. Whether you attend one of our upcoming information sessions or schedule an individual visit, we would love to meet you. A campus visit typically lasts 3-4 hours and includes meetings with an admissions representative, a faculty member, and a current student, as well attending a class and taking a tour of our campus in Virginia Beach.

Campus tours are available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please schedule your visit at least 72 hours in advance so that we may give faculty and staff advanced notice.

Schedule your Law School visit online at www.regent.edu/lawvisit, or call 757.352.4584 with your preferred date and time.

Come learn more about Regent University School of Law! Our team of admissions representatives will be traveling to select cities across the country. We would love the opportunity to meet you, answer questions, and make materials available to you. If you would like us to consider attending an event that your school or organization is hosting, or if you have questions about attending an event, please contact us at 757.352.4584 or by email at lawschool@regent.edu.

No in-person events are scheduled at this time.

No Admitted Students’ Days are currently planned; however, we encourage you to set up a personalized campus visit at www.regent.edu/lawvisit.

Admitted Students’ Day is a free event, held annually on our beautiful campus in Virginia Beach, Virginia. This one-day event provides the perfect opportunity for newly admitted J.D. students to experience Regent Law firsthand. Check back for our 2021 Admitted Students’ Day dates.

  • Network with faculty and attend a Regent Law class.
  • Hear from a Regent Law alumni panel.
  • Have lunch with current Regent Law students.
  • Get answers to your financial aid questions.
  • Take a guided tour of campus.