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A collage of student life at Regent University Virginia Beach.

Student Engagement

Student Engagement’s main goal and purpose is to create student enhancement and campus engagement, whether you are an on-campus, online or commuter student.

We do this through orientation, programs, student organizations, leadership opportunities, and experiences that allow Regent students to apply what they learn in the classroom. Getting involved is a great way for students to meet new people, enhance their leadership skills, and be an active part of student life.

The Department Mission is: to assist Regent students to mature as Christians and to enhance the growth of student character, spirituality, personal well-being and leadership skills, while also assisting them to become Christian Leaders to Change the World.

Key functions of this office include:

  • Developing a vibrant community life among university students
  • Enriching student learning
  • Promoting character development

Our Staff

Director, Student Engagement
Jennifer Gribble

Assistant Director, Student Engagement
Nicole Jackson

Student Engagement Coordinators
Nadia Neilson

Alexandria Santiago King

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2A Defenders

The 2A Defenders Club at Regent University is dedicated to fostering a community where open dialogue, informed discourse, and Christian values intersect in the context of Second Amendment rights. Our mission is to promote responsible firearm ownership, ethical self-defense, and the exploration of these principles within the framework of our faith. Through educational events, workshops, and discussions, we aim to equip our members with the knowledge and ethical considerations necessary to engage in thoughtful conversations about personal freedoms, societal responsibilities, and the role of Christian leadership in shaping a world that values both individual liberties and compassionate engagement. By facilitating a respectful exchange of ideas, we seek to empower our members to be advocates for responsible gun ownership and agents of positive change within our campus community and beyond.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.


We are Regent University’s student chapter for ACM SIGGRAPH, the Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, with a focus on Computer Graphics. Together we share an excitement for producing, creating, animating, or appreciating such relevant practices and media. Our purpose is to reaffirm and encourage Christian values through a loving and growth-focused digital arts community; and our goal is to provide a studio-like atmosphere for hands-on experience with the creative pipelines you may find in a creative field.

All you need to join is an interest an animation or the ACM SIGGRAPH community. 

Our organization is for you IF:

  • You are enrolled in the animation program OR have an appreciation for animation.
  • You are seeking a career in animation, illustration, storyboarding, or similar vocations.
  • You desire to contribute to a production through music composition, sound mixing, voice acting, post-production, script or story writing, etc. 
  • You desire to contribute to the guild maintenance through photography, graphic design, event planning and coordinating, or outreach. 
  • You enjoy drawing, sketching, and creating new ideas. 
  • You wish to learn more about animation. 

Consider joining us for a meeting to see what we’re working on. For more info contact the Assistant Director of Student Life at

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.

Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED)

AED Virginia Mu is Regent University’s Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta, a National Health Preprofessional Honor Society. It is an organization open to all undergraduate students dedicated to pursuing a career in the healthcare or medical fields, regardless of their major. AED Virginia Mu’s ultimate purpose is to equip members to presently serve their local communities in the Name of Jesus, and to prepare them to become world-changing Christian leaders in the healthcare and medical fields. This is accomplished by cultivating community through monthly meetings, social gatherings, and field trips; seeking opportunities to serve surrounding communities; encouraging academic excellence through study groups and practice exams; and assisting members in accessing the information, resources, and connections necessary to successful continue forward into graduate studies.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Alpha Phi Sigma-Phi Zeta (APS-PZ)

Alpha Phi Sigma, also known as the Criminal Justice Honor Society, in the pursuit of Christian truth aims to promote analytical thinking and rigorous scholarship and lifelong learning.  The intent is to keep members abreast of the advances in scientific research and to elevate the standards of criminal justice professions.  This is done to sustain in the public mind the benefit and necessity of education and professional training.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Alternative Dispute Resolution Board (ADR)

The foundational mission of the Board is to bring glory to God and to His Son, Jesus Christ, through the Holy Spirit, by training students in the biblical principles and practical application of negotiation, conflict management, and resolution.

The Board’s purpose is:

  1. To promote and train students in the use of various methods of dispute resolution and client counseling from a biblical worldview;
  2. To develop, facilitate, and administer intramural and interscholastic dispute resolution and client counseling competitions;
  3. To assist the Faculty Advisor(s) in the selection of students eligible to represent Regent University School of Law in interscholastic dispute resolution and client counseling competitions;
  4. To assist faculty in the research and development of additional material for use in classroom instruction, extracurricular training, and activities;
  5. To assist the faculty in the training of law students in the biblical principles and arts of dispute resolution and client counseling.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.


Apologia is a students’ apologetics organization that equips its members and visitors to give sound theological, historical, philosophical, and scientific reasons for their belief in Jesus Christ. Through its weekly on-campus and online meetings, Apologia seeks to stimulate apologetics-related discussion by exploring culturally relevant issues within the context of a biblical worldview and Christian truth.  We encourage dialogue on secularism and help answer life’s pressing questions. Apologia is a platform where Christian thinkers can interact and exchange ideas through public discussion, lecture, or debate. And so our weekly meetings utilize a variety of formats: lectures, video presentations, panel discussions, debates, etc. Our overarching desire is to empower students to grow deeper in their knowledge of and love for God and to effectively share that knowledge and love with others by building relationships and promoting Christian discipleship.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.

Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA)

There is nothing more honorable in the human endeavor than to bear witness to the truth of Jesus Christ. We, the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association, seek to act upon this principle. Our mission is to foster the exchange of ideas and promote a deeper understanding of the legal, political, and social status of Asian Pacific Americans in society; to encourage leadership, participation, and involvement in the greater Asian Pacific American community; and to inspire law students and legal professionals to serve the interest and aspirations of Asian Pacific Americans and all diverse populations.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi)

The Regent University Student Chapter of ABPsi is part of a national professional organization of psychologists and other social-behavioral scientists interested in improving the quality of life of African Americans and other racial minority populations. Our goal is to have a positive impact on the mental health of the national Black community by means of planning, programs, services, training, and advocacy. Our objectives include organizing our skills and abilities to influence necessary change, and to address ourselves to significant social problems affecting the Black community and other segments of the population whose needs society has not fulfilled.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled graduate and doctorate counseling students.

Black Law Students Association (BLSA)

The Black Law Student Association is dedicated to encouraging and supporting Minority law students, and advocating for the legal needs of the Black community through open forums and membership to individuals from all backgrounds and races in order to approach problems holistically and ethically.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Business Law Society (BLS)

The Business Law Society is a group of Regent University School of Law students and professors dedicated to a deeper understanding of business law, transaction law, marketplace forces affecting the law, and the economic concerns of serving clients. It includes a focus on taxation and intellectual property owing to the hiatus of the clubs previously serving law students studying those topics. Led by Professor Brad Lingo and drawing from the instruction of many other RUSL professors, the Business Law Society creates an enriching, ongoing discussion of topics to sharpen the skills of our graduates. There are no collegiate competitions and members produce no work-product, but instead the Society gathers to hear guest lecturers, learn through presentations by professors, and undertake acts of service to RUSL. Transaction lawyers are often serving clients that are not in a controversy; the Society seeks to remind students that creative, polite, and economically efficient outcomes are the norm for most transaction attorneys. Additionally, the Society seeks to remind students that transaction litigation can be done with business savvy and with Christian humility that does not detract from the client’s outcomes. Both the conciliatory side and the adversarial side of transaction law are discussed regularly. The internal governance of the Business Law Society offers opportunity for RUSL students to serve the Society as any of several elected officials with corresponding duties, with the experienced gained through such service an appropriate addition to a resume. Finally, in seeking to move beyond rhetoric, the Society also supports Law Chapel regularly through volunteer chapel hosts as well as finical backing.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Chi Sigma Iota, Alpha Omega Chapter (CSI)

Chi Sigma Iota is the international honor society of professional counseling and for professional counselors. It was established in 1985 through the efforts of leaders in the profession of counseling whose desire was to provide recognition for outstanding achievement as well as outstanding service within the profession. CSI was created for counselors-in-training, counselor educators, and professional counselors whose career commitment is to research and service through professional counseling.

Our mission is to promote scholarship, research, professionalism, leadership and excellence in counseling, and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the profession of counseling. Our symbols and colors were chosen to reflect our mission and values: white for virtue, blue for trustworthiness and integrity. Our Strategic Plan and Bylaws provide information about the purposes of and membership requirements for the Society.

Chi Sigma Iota has a rich history, summarized in pictures in our CSI Scrapbook, Annual Awards Program and Year in Review, and description of activities and accomplishments of the Society, working alone and in conjunction with other counseling associations to provide services to members of the counseling profession. A listing of past-presidents is included, as these persons reflect the rich tradition of excellence that is the hallmark of Chi Sigma Iota.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled graduate and doctorate counseling students.

Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS)

CAPS is a professional organization dedicated to connecting Christian mental health professionals and researching clinical issues and literature through a theological lens. The Regent chapter of CAPS seeks to facilitate discussions in the PsyD program about what it means to be a Christian in the psychology field.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled doctorate counseling students.

Christian Legal Society (CLS)

The Christian Legal Society seeks to fulfill God’s command found in Micah 6:8 by bringing glory to God by inspiring, encouraging, and equipping Christian lawyers and law students, both individually and in community, to proclaim, love, and serve Jesus Christ through the study and practice of law, through the provision of legal assistance to the poor and needy, and through the defense of the inalienable rights to life and religious freedom. This student chapter aims to reach students through their entire time in law school, to encourage fostering their faith and be ready once they are lawyers. This chapter also provides networking through the annual conference to help students make and maintain mentors and friends.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Christians United for Israel (CUFI)

The purpose of CUFI is to provide a campus forum through which every Royal can speak and act with one voice in support of Israel in matters related to Biblical issues. CUFI-RU shall show Christian support for the State of Israel and to “pray for the peace of Jerusalem” and all its inhabitants (Psalm 122, Isaiah 62).

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.

Cinema Scope: A Film Club

CinemaScope is a club for anyone who is interested in filmmaking and wants to get involved. Here, fellow film lovers will be able to make great connections and even better films. There is so much information that you won’t learn in class so our bi-weekly meetings are focused on providing our members as much valuable information as possible. The film industry is all about making connections and this club is the perfect way to network.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

College Republicans

College Republicans recruits and trains young conservatives to advance Republican goals and ideas. We work with local, state, and federal campaigns to get Republicans elected to all levels of office. We mobilize young people to defend conservative values and help them get their foot in the door in the political world.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

College Student Leadership Board (CSLB)

We are the problem-solvers, representatives, and voices of Regent students. Our organization has three main components. First, we focus on professional and spiritual mentorship for our board members. Second, we proactively and reactively respond to student questions, concerns, and suggestions. Third, we initiate events to serve the Virginia Beach community.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Council of Graduate Students (COGS)

COGS is a student organization that serves as a bridge between the graduate administration and students. As an organization that supports the needs of graduate students, our goals include:

  • To promote the university’s commitment to biblical principles and spiritual development.
  • To advocate and represent the student body’s collective ideas, interests and concerns to the administration and vice versa.
  • To facilitate the interchange of ideas and programs among the respective graduate schools within the university.
  • To assist the administration in fostering a quality academic environment.

COGS also hosts a variety of events during the school year to support and foster a united community at Regent University. COGS maintains school-specific committees in order to ensure that the needs of each school are met. As this organization exists to serve graduate students on campus, we urge you, the students, to make your voice heard and come see your COGS senator today.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled graduate students.


ENACTUS is an organization focused on serving others using entrepreneurial actions. The primary purpose is to address the UN’s goals for sustainable development including no poverty, zero hunger, quality education, affordable and clean energy, among others. Through the development of sustainable projects we are able to address these issues in new and innovating ways. Many non-profit organizations focus on addressing the symptoms of the world’s problems, while ENACTUS seeks to address the root cause by empowering individuals to rise above their own circumstances.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Family Law Society

The Family Law Society was created by Regent Law students who plan to practice or who are interested in the broad area of Family Law. Our mission is to give members a practical understanding of Family Law problems and solutions through interactions with professionals, provide a forum for the discussion of Family Law issues, and disseminate information to students about opportunities in the field of Family Law and related areas. Issues in Family Law include marriage, divorce, child custody, adoption and guardianship, paternity, domestic violence, child abuse, foster care, and juvenile justice, and more! Even if you are not considering practicing Family Law, we encourage all law students to join us in our mission to strengthen the family unit through the field of law.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Federalist Society (Fed Soc)

The Federalist Society is a non-partisan conservative and libertarian organization dedicated to the principles that the state exists to preserve freedom, that the separation of governmental powers is central to our Constitution, and that it is emphatically the province and duty of the judiciary to say what the law is, not what it should be.

The Federalist Society also believes that federalism; limited, constitutional government; and the rule of law are central to the preservation of individual freedom and traditional values. The Society seeks to promote the application of these principles through open and balanced debate, programs, and publications.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

Do you have a passion for building a Christian community among athletes and local students? If so, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is the organization for you. Although this organization is geared towards athletes, everyone one is welcomed! FCA is a place where student athletes & students can come together as one to learn & grow spiritually in their relationship with God with the help of fellowship, athletic games, a special word, & worship.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Hispanic Law Students Association (HLSA)

HLSA helps to foster in the membership of an awareness of and commitment to the needs of the Hispanic Population, both legal and otherwise, through community service projects. The organization promotes the academic achievement and retention of Hispanic Law Students at Regent University School of Law.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Intellectual Property & Entertainment Law Society (IPELS)

The Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law Society (IPELS) provides a forum for Regent law students and legal professionals to network and discuss the subjects of intellectual property, entertainment, and sports law. The goal of IPELS is to educate Regent law students regarding legal issues and potential employment in these areas and encourage Christian involvement and participation in these fields. IPELS desires to operate as a witness of the good news of Jesus Christ to the Intellectual Property, Entertainment, and Sports Law communities at large.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

International City and County Management Association (ICMA)

The International City and County Management Association (ICMA) is a leading professional association dedicated to creating and supporting thriving communities throughout the world and advancing professional local government through leadership, management, innovation, and ethics. Regent University’s ICMA chapter reinforces the Master of Public Administration (MPA) program and the larger university’s emphasis on servant leadership to promote the excellence of character and competencies essential for success in today’s complex governmental environment. The goals of the chapter are to introduce and integrate students into local government and foster a strong commitment to servant leadership. The chapter greatly benefits from its association with two past presidents of ICMA, Ed Daley and Sam Gaston, both serving with distinction as Practitioners-in-Residence in the MPA program.

Membership in the ICMA Student Chapter is open to all Regent University undergraduate and graduate students enrolled part-time or full-time. Students may not hold a Chief Administrative Officer or Assistant Chief Administrative Officer position in a local government.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.

Intramural Sports Board (ISB)

The Intramural Sports Board is your place to be! Offering fun ways to stay active, ISB has a large slate of events they offer annually. Seasons of Flag Football, Soccer, Volleyball, and Basketball compliment single day events such as Spikeball, Slip and Slide Kickball, 3 on 3 Tournaments, and more. ISB is also the hub for Club Sports. There are always leadership positions available if you are passionate about sports!

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Investment Club

The Regent University Investment Club aims to educate students on the basics of fundamentalist investing in the market. We aim to teach students how to evaluate a company’s viability in an investment portfolio based on various economics and financial variables. This is done primarily though the collective building and management of a club portfolio.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

 Italian-American Law Student Association (ILSA)

The Italian-American Law Students Association was founded in 2023 by Regent Law students who saw the significance of a group that makes up almost six percent of the U.S. population. ILSA is dedicated to celebrating the Italian-American culture and legal community. We exist to serve as a resource to educate, promote, and preserve the Italian-American heritage, especially within the field of Law. ILSA is committed to building relationships in our community and is dedicated to providing networking opportunities, guest speakers, and delicious Italian food in an effort to advance the interests of the Italian-American legal community. Whether you are Italian by blood or just want to take part in the Italian culture, we welcome individuals from all backgrounds to join our family.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Journal of Global Justice & Public Policy (JGJPP)

Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy (JGJPP) is Regent University School of Law’s premier academic journal presenting original legal research related to the study of international human rights. JGJPP is committed to publishing interdisciplinary literature critically analyzing the significant social challenges and the persistent legal issues affecting the marginalized, disenfranchised, indigent, and abused, and works in association with the Center for Global Justice®. JGJPP is led by a team of select law student editors, publishes biannually, and regularly organizes and sponsors conferences, symposia, ethnic enrichment experiences, and student events/activities.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Kappa Delta Pi (KDP)

We are the Alpha Iota Omicron Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education. We are Christian pre-service educators promoting excellence in education and promoting fellowship among those dedicated to teaching. Membership in this honor society is for Teacher Education students who demonstrate high academic achievement, leadership, and service to others. Membership is by invitation only.

Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), International Honor Society in Education, was founded in 1911. For over a century, the Society has consistently grown, starting with a local chapter to become the international organization it is today, with an initiated membership that exceeds 1.2 million nationwide. Using a variety of programs, services, and resources, KDP supports and advances educators throughout the phases and levels of their teaching careers (KDP, 2018, para. 1).

Eligibility: Currently enrolled graduate education students.

Lambda Pi Eta, Chi Alpha Chapter (LPH)

Chi Alpha Chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the National Communication Association’s Honor Society is a highly prestigious National Honors Society for students in the Field of Communication. Lambda Pi Eta offers student members a chance to bolster their resumes, gain valuable internship opportunities, and find employment leads not available anywhere else in the field.

To be eligible for membership in Lambda Pi Eta, you must meet four requirements:

  • At least 60 credit hours as of the semester you are accepted for membership
  • At least 12 credit hours in Communications courses
  • An overall GPA of at least 3.00
  • A GPA of 3.25 in Communications (COMM) courses

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.

Law Review (RULR)

Regent University Law Review (“Law Review”) is the premier publication of the Regent University School of Law.  The Law Review provides a forum for a variety of authors to publish scholarly articles on the law from a Christian perspective.

The Law Review is a vital tool in accomplishing our law school’s mission of engaging the world with academic excellence from a Christian worldview. The Law Review has helped Regent University build its national reputation for Christian academic excellence through the publication of many well-respected authors, including Clarence Thomas, John Ashcroft, Michael McConnell, Michael Paulsen, Nancy Pearcey, and many others.

Furthermore, the Law Review is an effective marketing tool for Regent University and enhances its national reputation. Issues of the Law Review appear in law libraries across the nation and can be accessed throughout the world using online databases such as LexisNexis, HeinOnline, and Westlaw. Currently, the Law Review’s subscriber base includes the majority of American law school libraries.

The Law Review accomplishes its mission with the assistance of student editors and staff members. Law Review members are selected on the basis of academic merit and writing ability. Members gain valuable experience by writing and editing the Law Review under the guidance of law school faculty. In addition, the Law Review provides invaluable training and experience to its members, from the initial orientation program, to intensive research and source-gathering, to thoroughly editing a piece for publication. As a condition of membership, student staff members are also required to author and seek publication of their own original scholarly work. This unique training and experience enables Law Review members to qualify for highly sought after employment opportunities and positions of influence in the legal community upon graduation.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Model UN Society

The Model United Nations Student Organization focuses on international politics. We aim to assist students in their endeavors to study and practically implement diplomatic skills through participation in negotiations, practicing public speaking, and building a sense of camaraderie. By going to and possibly hosting conferences, our team will be able to serve as an example of what it means to be Christ-Like Competitors. We will strive for excellence in all things, while setting the example of Regent’s Mission.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Moot Court Board (Law MCB)

The Regent School of Law Moot Court Board began in 1993 and has continued for several years under the direction of Professor Michael Hernandez. The Board began with only eight members, but they had a goal to present opportunities to help Regent Law School students to develop skills to be successful advocates in the legal profession.

The Moot Court Board included this mission in its Constitution, which it adopted in 1994. Since that time, the Moot Court Board has expanded to up to 10 Board members and includes positions for 12 associates. The Moot Court Board works within the Regent Law School community by hosting the annual Regent Cup Competition in the fall for second and third year law school students, and the annual 1L Moot Court Competition in the spring. The Moot Court Board also assists Regent students in the development of oral and written advocacy skills through participation in various external regional and national competitions.

Additionally, the Moot Court Board also hosts two Interscholastic Competitions each year. The American Collegiate Competition, which is held in the fall, provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to experience the reality of the legal profession. Every fall semester, the Moot Court Board also hosts the Leroy R. Hassell, Sr. National Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition. Law school students from around the nation participate in this competition and receive key insights from distinguished judges, attorneys, and professors to improve their oral and written advocacy skills.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

National Cybersecurity Student Association

The National Cybersecurity Student Association enhances the educational and professional development of cybersecurity students through activities, networking, and collaboration. The Regent University chapter supports our cybersecurity educational programs, inspires career awareness, and encourages efforts to increase the number of graduates in the field. The vision of the National Cybersecurity Student Association is to cultivate a national community that supports students in their cybersecurity endeavors through extracurricular activities, career opportunities, mentoring, and keep them at the forefront of cybersecurity trends.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Newman Club

The Newman Club is the Catholic group on campus, including undergraduate and graduate students of the Catholic faith.  Newman hosts biweekly Mass on campus that is open to students, faculty, and staff, as well as biweekly Rosary prayer groups, Divine Mercy Chaplet prayer, Lectio Divina, and various opportunities for consecration (for Fall 2020, Marian Consecration).  If you are Catholic and looking for community, the Newman Club is the place for you!

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.

Orthodox Christian Fellowship of Regent University

The Orthodox Christian Fellowship of Regent University serves to educate and inform Christians and non-Christians about the ancient and apostolic denomination of Eastern Orthodoxy. This club provides Vespers services on campus followed by enriching conversations about Orthodox theology, as well as fellowship and community amongst those seeking to draw nearer to the Lord.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.

Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity (PAD)

Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) is an International Law Fraternity that was founded in 1902. PAD is the largest legal organization in the United States, second only to the American Bar Association. The Regent University Washington Chapter was established in 2008. The mission of PAD is “Service to the student, the school, the profession, and the community.” Our mission at Regent University School of Law is to advance the integrity, compassion and courage of its members through networking, community service activities, academic excellence, health and wellness, and professional development. Visit for membership information and find “Regent Law Phi Alpha Delta – Washington Chapter” on Facebook for chapter specific information.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Pi Sigma Alpha (PSA)

Alpha Epsilon Theta proudly serves students as Regent University’s chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society. Alpha Epsilon Theta is committed to stimulating productive scholarship and intelligent interest in the subject of government and to advancing and diffusing knowledge on issues related to political science. Members of this organization include students in the Robertson School of Government (RSG) and students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Qualifications for membership include completion of at least three government or political science courses (transfer students must have completed at least two of the three courses at Regent). In addition, a minimum of a 3.3 overall GPA for undergraduates and a minimum of a 3.8 overall GPA for graduate students are required.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Protestant Student Fellowship

The Protestant Student Fellowship (PSF) aims to explore and engage with the rich theological and historical aspects of this significant branch of Christianity. Members will come together to study the foundational beliefs, practices, and contributions of classical Protestant thinkers and reformers, fostering a deeper understanding of their impact on religious thought and society. Through fellowship with believers and thoughtful discussions, the club aims to analyze the core tenets of classical Protestantism, such as Sola Scriptura and Sola Fide, while also examining the movement’s evolution and its role in shaping both traditional and contemporary Christianity. Additionally, the club aims to provide perspective and understanding regarding the traditions of our Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox brethren. By delving into these topics and holding these discussions, participants gain insights into the complexities of religious history and its relevance to modern faith communities, as well as building a community with those who share similar theological beginnings.

Psi Chi

Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose is to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in psychology. Regent University’s chapter of Psi Chi seeks to prepare its members for their work in psychology as scientists and clinicians by providing information panels, Q&A sessions, and prospects for seeking internship and research opportunities.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Psychology Club

Psych Club exists to provide a space where Regent University psychology students and others interested in the field can fellowship with one another and explore the fascinating world of psychology. Through monthly meetings and events, we create a place where students can learn more about the field of psychology, prepare for psychology career opportunities, and enjoy fellowship with others who are passionate about psychology. We would love for you to join us!

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Public Interest Legal Advocates of Regent (PILAR)

Public Interest Legal Advocates of Regent (PILAR) is a group that is focused on providing students information about careers in the public sector and helping students get connected to those careers. Careers in the public sector are focused on providing legal services to those who cannot afford it. Careers range from working in a prosecutor or public defender’s office, working at legal aid, working for a non-profit, doing pro-bono work, and many other opportunities!

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Regent ELITE: eSports Gaming Club

RE is a combination of students from the gaming scene, combined with experienced professionals and managers. Continuity and skill development are our goals. We believe that proper mentorship we will use this organization to further push the school’s mission of creating Christian Leaders to Change the World. We are not just about playing video games. Our main mission is the school’s mission, just for us instead of using classroom studies and curriculum as our tools we will use the power of video games. Gaming brings people together. This Club Sport will allow us the opportunity to reach more students and let them know we value them and what they love. While doing that we will increase their social/emotional development, enhance their critical thinking, organizational and teamwork skills. Along with those, we will be teaching other valuable skills related to Social Media, Networking, Event Planning, Video Streaming Skills, Sports Commentary are some of the skills our players will learn.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

RESCUE Initiative

Elevated above Nazareth two thousand years ago, Christ stood before of the judgmental eyes of men in the synagogue, reading from the scroll of Isaiah:

The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor (Luke 4:18-19).

He confidently rolled the scroll and returned it to its rightful place before turning to the multitude and declaring that the words were fulfilled in Him.

As His Regents, leaders standing in place of our Lord until He returns, we take the responsibility of loving and serving others as He would, proclaiming the good news of liberty in our broken world. Regent’s RESCUE Initiative recognizes the specific heart-breaking oppression known as human trafficking that is so often overlooked domestically.

The Problem

In 2019, the Polaris Project identified 189 victims in the state of Virginia alone, many of which were reported in VA Beach and surrounding areas. This number does little to portray the desperate need for a solution as the issue is under-reported and under-researched with several hundred thousand victims across the United States. Moreover, more than half of survivors report that they attended school while being trafficked. This is not an overseas problem, but one taking place daily in our own backyard, if not on our campus.

Our Solution

Who We Are. The Regent RESCUE Initiative is the founding chapter of a student organization that aims to increase trafficking awareness and ultimately victim identification through a tri-fold approach of educating, resourcing, and supporting local, regional, national, and global organizations in this pursuit. Regent’s chapter of the RESCUE Initiative will rescue human dignity through:

R esource Provision
E ducation of the Community
S tudent Service
C ultivation of Christian Identity
U nification of the Chapter
E mpowerment of Others

What We Do. The RESCUE Initiative is organized into four distinct committees to best meet the needs of the campus and local communities. These include Campus Outreach, Community Outreach, Spiritual Life, and Media and Marketing. Each of these will be led by coordinators that make up the executive board under the supervision of a president and faculty advisor and meet individually with their committees as necessary.

Campus Outreach is the heart of the student organization, planning and executing Regent University sanctioned events that promote the student organization and improve awareness in the campus community. The campus outreach coordinator facilitates event planning for the Regent community and works closely with the marketing coordinator to educate the campus on the anti-trafficking climate.

Community Outreach, on the other hand, identifies community partners, churches and nonprofits, to foster productive relationships that provide resources to both the organization and anti-trafficking efforts. The Community Outreach Coordinator communicates with active and prospective partners to convey who we are, what we do, and how the RESCUE Initiative can contribute to the community. As such, they will also facilitate community events such as fundraisers with church partners and student service projects.

The Media and Marketing Committee is responsible for broadcasting campus and community events through the various mediums of print advertisements, social media sites, and Regent sponsored productions. They plan to work closely with campus outreach to use these means for education and resource provision to the campus and community. The Marketing Director oversees social media accounts and communicates effectively with each committee to ensure events are well-advertised and the public is actively engaged.

Finally, Spiritual Life serves as an internal means to ensure the personal growth and mutual edification of RESCUE Initiative members. As committee membership remains by application only, members are dedicated to the pursuit of anti-trafficking and united by their identity and mission in Christ. The Spiritual Life Director guides the vision of the student organization by encouraging members in a unified mission through the coordination of devotional resources and providing biblical insight into trafficking issues.

As Regent University grows, the RESCUE Initiative is overjoyed to have this opportunity to conform to the mind of Christ by resourcing anti-trafficking efforts with the help of students, faculty, and community partners. As we proclaim liberty to the captives, may we embrace our freedom in Christ to love and serve as His anointed.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

RU Ballroom Dancing

RU Ballroom Dancing is just that! A ballroom dancing club. We teach Rumba, Swing, Waltz, Cha cha, Tango, and more! All while having fun, building community with fellow students, and praising our Lord Jesus Christ. If you want to socialize, have fun, and dance, this is the place for you.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

RU Serving

RU Serving seeks to bridge the gap between Regent students and the broader Virginia Beach community and give students the opportunity to serve the community through volunteer work. Luke 12:48 says, ”To whom much is given, much will be required.” With these words as its guiding light, this organization is dedicated to serving others. From cleanups to food drives to serving the elderly, this club seeks to make an impact and uplift those in need. In addition to community service, students will gain invaluable experience in the volunteer and leadership fields, which will help equip them to make an even greater impact beyond college. Finally, RU Serving will build camaraderie among students via the teamwork aspect of the organization and by hosting various fellowship activities on campus.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Sigma Tau Delta (STD)

As Regent University’s English Honors Society, the first and foremost mission of Sigma Tau Delta is to confer distinction on those that have achieved excellence in their field. However, we also possess a strong foundation of community and artistic culture. Whether reading our writing in a group setting, gathering around a literary movie night, or participating in creative competitions, Sigma Tau Delta acts as an opportunity for both English and non-English Majors to join in sharing the books and creativity that they love.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Societas Scribae

There are not many Christian writers that are household names anymore. Nathaniel Hawthorne, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, and Fyodor Dostoyevsky (all Christians) are becoming lost within our modern literature. Societas Scribae hopes to encourage aspiring Christian authors to take the first step toward publishing their books and hopefully becoming household names. We, at Societas Scribae, want to be part of the journey of beginning and experienced writers alike, by helping you to dream, think, and write. Are you ready to take the first step of this one thousand mile journey?

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Student Activities Board (SAB)

SAB plans and runs events for students throughout the entire year. From free coffee and donuts for a quiet night in the student center, to the biggest formal dance of the year. The Student Activities Board plans it all, and they’d love to have you join the fun in this new year!

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Student Bar Association (SBA)

The Student Bar Association of Regent University School of Law serves to act as a liaison between the Regent Law student body and administration, advocate for the best interests through elected representatives, and promote community and events. Among the many different programs we facilitate, promote, and host are the annual Barrister’s Ball, sponsorship of chapel events throughout the semester, facilitation of the student-to-student mentorship program, and hosting the graduation banquet. In short, we are here to serve you, the students of the School of Law.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Student Coalition for Israel

Our purpose as an organization is to stand up for Israel and our Jewish brothers and sisters in any way we can. We will pursue every opportunity to educate ourselves, and then use our organization to inform others. Through political and cultural engagement, we want to decrease the general apathy towards this issue and show how it affects us as Americans. As Christians, we know that we have an obligation to stand up for Israel and therefore, Student Coalition for Israel will do this in every avenue possible.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.

Students for Life (RUSFL)

Students for Life is a pro-life advocacy group dedicated to protecting unborn children and serving mothers in need. If you’re looking to get involved in the pro-life movement, SFL is the club for you! They sponsor a variety of events, from hosting pro-life apologetics trainings, to volunteering for the local Crisis Pregnancy Center, to campaigning for pro-life candidates, to serving at fundraiser banquets and lobbying at the Marches for Life. SFL has a place for you to get involved in the pro-life cause no matter what your strengths or interests are.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.

Student Veterans of America

Regent University Student Veterans of America Chapter is a student organization dedicated to assisting the military community as well as committed to helping today’s scholars transform from yesterday’s warriors into tomorrow’s Christian leaders through the power of education. We are dedicated to uniting the veteran community online and on campus. Our community is unlike any other. We all share a bond that no other community has, a bond of service, sacrifice, honor, courage, and commitment.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.

The Boardroom

The Boardroom is a club that is designed to be a place for students to come together and play a variety of tabletop games. The hope for our organization is that students and professors will play board games while building community. By coming together, both groups will be able to engage with each other in a non-academic setting and use their minds in a relaxed and yet challenging way.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

The Environmental Club

The Environmental Club (The Green Team) at Regent University intends to promote sustainability, practice proper stewardship of the earth, and provide education about environmental topics. Along with this, the club will promote practical ways to modify habits in ways that are beneficial to the environment. The club will accomplish these goals by hosting meetings periodically throughout the school year. At these meetings, members will be able to fellowship with likeminded individuals, attend on-campus clothing drives, attend trips to beach cleanups, and other related activities. The organization will make efforts to cultivate leadership skills among members, foster community, and encourage Biblical stewardship of the Earth.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Thomistic Institute Chapter

The Thomistic Institute Chapter at Regent University is dedicated to strengthening the intellectual formation of Christian students and faculty interested in the theological and philosophical tradition of Thomas Aquinas.  The Thomistic Institute will coordinate 2-3 speaking engagements per semester with the Dominican House of Studies in Washington D.C. We hope to enrich the intellectual formation of Regent students, specifically in The Honors College, through our speaking engagements. Our speaking events will take place in person or, if necessary, virtually through Zoom.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled honors college students.

Trial Advocacy Board

The Trial Advocacy Board (TAB) assists in training law students in the art of trial advocacy and procedural litigation skills, while integrating Christian ideals into the courtroom, with the ultimate goal of molding students into aggressive Christian advocates. The Trial Advocacy Board will achieve this mission by the following: providing students with opportunities to attend and compete in national trial advocacy competitions, hosting periodic seminars for Board members, sponsoring an annual intramural trial advocacy competition, and creating camaraderie among peers in an environment that allows learning and teaching opportunities.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Undergraduate Debate Association (RUDA)

Welcome to the Regent Undergraduate Debate Association (RUDA), Regent’s premier undergraduate debate and Moot Court team! We are a proud member of the American Moot Court Association, which currently ranks our Moot Court team among the Top 10 in the nation. Since 2015, we have earned over 50 awards at regional and national Moot Court competitions, and have even won as high as 3rd in the nation. Aside from our awards, we believe that Moot Court is a fantastic activity for all students because it promotes strong public speaking skills, critical thinking skills, and healthy competition. Regardless of their majors, students who participate in Moot Court are greatly rewarded by their experience with our hard-working, fun-loving team!

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Virginia Bar Association Law School Council

The Virginia Bar Association Law School Council (VBA LSC) at Regent facilitates connecting Regent Law students with both the state and local bar associations. It is a branch of the Virginia Bar Association through its Young Lawyers Division. The mission of the Virginia Bar Association remains as timely today as it was in 1888, when the Association was founded. Its goals to promote the highest professional standards, work to improve the law and the administration of justice, and advance collegial relations among lawyers has contributed to its rich heritage. Moreover, as a voluntary association, it is free to initiate public service projects free from the legal constraints applicable to a mandatory bar.

The VBA LSC hosts various networking and service events throughout the school year. To be notified of upcoming events, become a member of the VBA LSC by emailing the current President at from your Regent student email account. Membership is free! VBA LSC members are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the unique opportunity to join the official Virginia Bar Association for free by filling out the short application found on the VBA’s website.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Wellness Society

Wellness Society is a student organization for law students that provide awareness and resources to those struggling with mental health. We also aim to equip students to help others with their mental health struggles. We are hoping to create a space for students to receive the help and support they need and show them the love of Christ that they may not see elsewhere. Each semester, we will host two mental health events get law students access to the resources and information they need.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Wisdom Club

The Wisdom Club aims to bring back the deeper, more philosophical thinking involved in the Italian and French historic salons of the past that our Founding Fathers participated in.  Salons often included game-playing, conversation, key vernacular literary styles, group authorships, and debates to answer life’s toughest questions. For Wisdom Club, we will experiment with many different activities, most of each will be causal in nature, to attempt to better understand the world God put us in. Members of this club will take time debating and discussing topics ranging from the beauty of God’s creation to issues concerning the calamity of our times. The club will have a guided agenda but largely be dictated by the interests of the group.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.

Women’s Law Association

The Women’s Law Association (“WLA”) is a collegiate chapter of the National Women of Law Students’ Organization (“NWLSO”) of Ms. JD, a national community that provides a forum for dialogue and networking among practicing and aspiring female lawyers. The WLA aims to increase the representation of women in the legal profession by raising awareness of relevant issues and fostering a strong, empowering community among practicing and aspiring female attorneys. The WLA encourages female law students to be advocates for Christ in and outside the Courtroom.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled law students.

Worship Dance Club

Regent University’s Worship Dance Club is organized to give all Regent students a chance to learn and practice dance skills in a Christian environment. From beginners to experienced dancers, all will worship God together through dance and be able to express themselves in a new and beautiful way. We will focus on ballet and lyrical with the possibility of adding new styles as the club continues. All are welcome regardless of skill level and will grow alongside other dancers with a passion for worshiping God through dance.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Young Americans for Liberty

Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) is the largest, most active, and fastest-growing pro-Liberty organization on United States campuses. With more than 900 YAL chapters and well over 300,000 young activists nationwide, YAL seeks to identify, educate, train, and mobilize young people committed to winning on principle.

At YAL, we fight passionately to preserve the Constitution and fight for Liberty values. The goal of our campus chapters is to raise awareness of these issues and get students involved in our rapidly expanding Liberty movement. In addition to campus activities, the goal of our chapter at Regent is to provide students job opportunities, internships, and invaluable networking opportunities. These opportunities may come from the national YAL organization, local campaigns, state campaigns, national campaigns, etc. At YAL, we do not just talk, we do; we are not silent when it comes to our beloved, sacred, God-given Liberties.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students.

If you are interested in starting a new student organization or club on campus, please fill out the New Student Organization Application form below. Student Engagement has a 3-Step New Student Organization Application Process. The first step is submitting the form with detailed information. Once the application is submitted, Student Engagement Team will reach out in 2-3 business days to schedule an in-person meeting to talk through the 3-Step Application Process.

Charter Renewal is a yearly process for student organizations to update all documentation associated with the organization. For Fall 2024, all Charter Renewal documentation is due by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, September 16, 2024. Access the Advisor Training here.

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Please review the following expectations for Student Organization Advisors:

  • Assist students in developing strategies and goals that provide for member ownership, feedback and involvement.
  • Hold signing authority for spending of organization funds, keep signature card up to date with the Accounts Payable Office,
  • Be aware of the student organization’s constitution, bylaws, and policies, and assist the group in updating these documents and setting goals when necessary.
  • Assist the student organization in program development and planning, including assisting organization in managing liability and risk.
  • Encourage the organizational leadership to attend leadership development opportunities sponsored by Student Engagement.
  • Encourage the officers and individual members to preserve the continuity of the group by keeping records to document the group’s history and providing transition activities for new officers.
  • Encourage students to understand and apply democratic principles, including recognition of minority opinions and rights.
  • Help foster community, Christian values, and the mission of Regent within the Student Organization.
  • Attend as many organizational events as possible.
  • Be familiar with and articulate campus policies and procedures. (Refer to the Student Organization Handbook on the Student Engagement website for further information.)
  • Be a facilitator among both officers and between officers and members.
  • Be familiar with the national organization structure and services, if relevant.
  • Be a resource for students especially in regard to understanding University policies, regulations, and services.
  • Consult with other University departments when problems arise with the student organization.

Additionally, as a Faculty/Staff Advisor to a registered student organization, you have been identified as a Campus Security Authority (CSA) under federal regulations established through the Clery Act, the Violence Against Women Act, and Title IX.

I have read and understand the expectations placed on me as a faculty/staff advisor by the Office of Student Engagement. Additionally, I agree to the serve in the capacity of a Campus Security Authority, and I have reviewed the responsibilities of being a CSA.

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The Student Engagement Recognition Program is an exciting way to honor students and organizations monthly and annually. It involves two distinct monthly awards: Student Leader of the Month and Student Organization of the Month, and two annual awards: Student Leader of the Year and Student Organization of the Year. Both are nominated by students’ choices and selected by the Nomination and Selection Team.

For more information regarding student organizations, please contact Student Engagement at 757.352.4951 or

As you navigate professional communication, there may be obstacles you encounter. This training will give you guidelines and university policies regarding respectful communication.

L.E.A.D. stands for Leadership, Experience, Application, and Development. This module based training is designed to equip student leaders with the resources and tools to be successful in the upcoming academic year. Students will hear from a variety of Regent Leaders, as they share information on leadership, budget, marketing and much more!

This four (4) part social media training will equip student leaders with resources to successfully run a social media page.

The Regent University Student Activities Board is an organization that provides entertainment, activities, cultural and educational experiences for the campus. The board exists to maintain campus traditions and enrich the community of Regent University. Its members serve the campus in order to provide a holistic collegiate experience.

The Board is a great way to get involved with Regent’s campus, learn valuable leadership & organizational skills, and work to accomplish goals within a team. We’d love to have you as a part of our Board! If you would like to become a member of the Student Activities Board, please fill out our application and we’ll contact you soon.

Contact for more information.

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2024-2025 SAB Officers

President: Shalom Williams

Vice President: Anna Zusy

Administration Coordinator: Faith Mounce

Graphics & Communication Marketing Chair: Jillian Scott

Videography & Media Marketing Chair: Lexi Wilkinson

Secretary: Ania Anderson

Treasurer: Sofia Cowan

Entertainment Chair: Emily Lindgren

Traditions Chair: Sarah Rablais

International Culture & Education Chair: Isabella Thomas

The Intramural Sports Board (ISB) is a student-led organization that offers a large variety of sport-themed events for students and semester-long leagues. These leagues allow students to compete in weekly games and championships. ISB offers Sand Volleyball, Soccer, Flag Football, and student-requested sports.

Contact for more information.

2024-2025 ISB Executive Board

President: Andrew Summers

Vice President: Madeline Tyree

Referee Coordinator: Makainen Woodward

Event Coordinator: Cade Vanderslice

Secretary: Faith Sheetz

Field & Equipment Manager: Sam Sheetz

Marketing Manager: Taite Archer

Social Media Manager: Makayla Ley

Treasurer: Hunter Steele

Intramurals are open to all currently enrolled students only. If you are a varsity athlete, you CANNOT sign up for the intramural sports leagues. League signups are on a first-come first-serve basis. You must sign up individually for each sport you wish to participate in. Your team must be able to participate in the entire league! All dates are subject to change based on field/court availability.  Date confirmation will be sent by the ISB Executive Board before the start of the season. Please remember that you must fill out the Liability Waiver to participate. This form is located in the Forms & Documents tab on the Student Engagement Website.

Flag Football Leagues will be held at the field on Saturday mornings from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  Leagues begin Saturday, September 7, 2024 and conclude Saturday, November 2, 2024.

Flag Football Sign-Up Form

Sign-ups are currently unavailable. Fall 2024 league information will be updated in late August 2024.

6 on 6 Soccer Sign-Up Form

Sign-ups are currently unavailable. Spring 2025 information will be available in late October 2024.

Sand Volleyball Leagues will be held at the Commons volleyball court on Wednesday evenings from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.  Leagues begin Wednesday, September 4, 2024, and conclude Wednesday, October 23, 2024.

Sand Volleyball Sign-Up Form

Sign-ups are currently unavailable. Fall 2024 league information will be updated in late August 2024.

Sign-ups are currently unavailable. Spring 2025 information will be available in late October 2024.

Are you interested in becoming a referee?

  • No experience is necessary! You will receive training for each sport.
  • Great way to make money.
  • Convenient location working on campus.
  • Earn work experience to build your resume.
  • Work in a sports setting.
  • Interact with other students and make new friends!

Please connect with Student Engagement at for any questions.

The College Student Leadership Board (CSLB) of Regent University serves the undergraduate student body in creating a vibrant campus atmosphere by working closely with the students, staff, and faculty.

CSLB Key Responsibilities Include:

  • Internal professional and spiritual mentorship to equip campus and community leaders
  • Proactively and reactively respond to student questions, concerns, and suggestions for a healthy campus
  • We initiate events to serve the Virginia Beach community.
  • We act as the bridge between students and the University administration

Please contact us at

2024-2025 CSLB Officers

Executive President: Audrey Nickell

Executive Vice President: David Banica

Vice President of Events: Madison Wert

Vice President of Marketing: Hannah Steigman

Vice President of Community Relations: Niah Johnson

Vice President of Admin: Nicholas Buonaiuto

CAS Officer: Olivia Gowans

The Council of Graduate Students (COGS) is a student organization that serves as a bridge between the graduate administration and students. As an organization that supports the needs of graduate students, our goals include:

  • To promote the university’s commitment to biblical principles and spiritual development.
  • To advocate and represent the student body’s collective ideas, interests and concerns to the administration and vice versa.
  • To facilitate the interchange of ideas and programs among the respective graduate schools within the university.
  • To assist the administration in fostering a quality academic environment.

COGS also hosts a variety of events during the school year to support and foster a united community at Regent University. COGS maintains school-specific committees in order to ensure that the needs of each school are met. As this organization exists to serve graduate students on campus, we urge you, the students, to make your voice heard and come see your COGS senator today.

For school specific concerns, please email the senators currently serving your school. Senators and executive board members are also available during their office hours in the COGS office. Office hours for each senator will be posted outside our office, located in the Student Center 112. Alternatively, you can contact us directly by emailing or calling 757.352.4697.



School of Business & Leadership

Emily Coston

Robert Chambers

School of Divinity

Jonathan Bekker

Trevor Hodges

School of Education

Keisha Thomas

Keith Sayles

Robertson School of Government

Kelsey Goodson

School of Law

Lorraine Harmer

Zoe Minter

School of Psychology & Counseling

Daniel Waldheim




Students who want to serve in COGS must:

  • Be full time, on-campus or online student enrolled in a graduate program at Regent University.
  • Be in good financial and disciplinary standing with their schools and meet minimum GPA requirements.
  • Be able to attend weekly meetings and training seminars.
  • Be available to serve a one-year term (for senators) or a one-semester term (for representatives and chaplains).
  • Attend an interest meeting following the submission of an application.

How to Vote

  1. Sign into the MyRegent Portal.
  2. Click on the Genisys tab at the top of the page.
  3. Click on the “Personal Information” link.
  4. Click on the “Answer a Survey” link.

Please remember to vote for your senator during election periods for each semester.

Congratulations on your upcoming Graduation from Regent University!

On behalf of the Commencement Team & Student Life, we would like to invite you to our 7th Annual Graduation Celebration!

We have reserved the picnic area at Harbor Park for the Norfolk Tides Baseball game on Saturday, April 27, 2024.

The game begins at 6:35 p.m. and we will be enjoying the picnic from 6:50PM-8:20PM. The picnic will include a buffet of Fried Chicken, Pork BBQ, Hamburgers, Potato Salad, Potato Chips, Cole Slaw, Cookies, Sodas, and all the Hot Dogs you can eat! There will also be fireworks after the game is over.

The game is against the Gwinnett Stripers (the Atlanta Braves Triple A Affiliate). We will not be providing transportation from Regent University.

The Harbor Park address is: 150 Park Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23510. Last year onsite parking was $6 per car. We would anticipate the same price this year.

Tickets are $15 for graduates and $20 for guests. This includes your food and a seat ticket to the game. You will be contacted when the physical tickets are available for pick up. You may bring up to 3 guests (for a total of 4 tickets per person), but all purchases have to be made by graduating students. If you are in need of more than 4 tickets, please contact our office directly. If you are unable to come to campus to pick up your tickets, we can arrange for special pick-up the day of the game.

Please contact Amber Steele at if you have any additional questions!

We hope to see you at the ballpark!

Graduation Celebration Tickets Payment Form

If you would like to attend this event, please contact Amber Steele at, as there still may be tickets available for purchase on Saturday, April 27th at the ballpark.

One of Regent’s oldest and most favorite traditions. The Christmas Ball is hosted on the Saturday after the end of the semester in Robertson Hall. The Student Activities Board Tradition’s Committee creates a holiday filled event to include a live swing band for ballroom and swing dance, DJ, Photo Booth, and hundreds of Christmas Lights. It’s the best night of the year!

The Christmas Ball will take place Saturday, December 2, 2023 from 8 p.m. – 11 p.m. with check in starting at 7:50 p.m.

Price: $35/Student
Price: $50/Student + Guest

**Ticket sales will be completely online. No cash will be accepted.**


**When you arrive to the dance, please be prepared to show your proof of ticket purchase. The electronic receipt will be used as you and your guest tickets.**

Who can attend?

Current registered Regent students (undergrad, grad, and law).

Can I bring a guest?

Students are allowed to bring a plus-one that does not attend Regent, however the plus-one must have their own ticket.

What do I wear?

Formal attire.

Will there by food?

Light refreshments and holiday themed desserts will be available.

Will there be transportation if I live in Regent Housing and do not have a car?

Yes, the shuttle will be available at certain times to take and pick up. More information will be available on SAB’s Instagram Page.

When do I have to move out of Regent Housing?

Can I purchase tickets at the door?

Unfortunately, no tickets will be available at the door for Christmas Ball 2023.

Will Christmas Ball tickets sell out before event?

Yes! Please make sure to buy your ticket as soon as the link goes live. This past year, tickets sold out a week before the event.

How can I stay up to date on event details?

Please follow SAB’s Instagram @regentuniversity_sab & Student Engagement Online @regentstudentactivities.

Christmas Ball Ticket Sales Form

The Student Activities Board has sold out of tickets for Christmas Ball 2023. We are excited to host 500 students on December 2, 2023. As stated above, tickets will not be sold at the door as we have hit max capacity. We are not able to assist with transferring, reselling, or refunding tickets.

Student Engagement has so much to be thankful for, and our biggest blessings are our Regent students! Back by popular demand, Student Engagement is hosting its annual Friendsgiving! When you register, you can sign up for a free Thanksgiving Meal TO-GO. This allows for you to enjoy a nice meal with your friends before you leave for Thanksgiving Break. If you are staying on campus during Thanksgiving, please register for two meals, one to have with your friends and one to have on Thanksgiving Day.

Friendsgiving 2023 will be held on Tuesday, November 21, 2023 from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. All meals will be pre-packaged in to-go containers and must be picked up from the Student Center Ordinary Cafe during this time.

Meals will include all your Thanksgiving favorites!! Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate special requests or allergy requests due to the volume of the event. Meals will come ready-made.

You must RSVP in order to pick up a meal, as we have a limited number available. Additionally, there will be a check-in process where you will have to show ID.

**This event is open to current, enrolled Regent University students ONLY.**

Friendsgiving Dinner RSVP Form

The Student Engagement Team has hit the Friendsgiving meal limit. We are excited to serve 250 meals to our Regent students. If you are staying on campus during Thanksgiving Break, please email Student Engagement We want to ensure any student that can not go home for Thanksgiving is provided a meal.

Sadie Hawkins is scheduled to take place in March 2024 from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Date will be announced at a later time).

Price: $10 per ticket 

Students can purchase max of (2) tickets (one for student and one for guest) .

**Ticket sales will be completely online. No cash will  be accepted.**

**When you arrive to the dance, please be prepared to show your proof of ticket purchase. The electronic receipt will be used as you and your guest tickets.**

Who can attend?

Current registered Regent students (undergrad, grad, and law). 

Can I bring a guest?

Students are allowed to bring a plus-one that does not attend Regent, however the plus-one must have their own ticket. 

Can I change my guest?

Yes, tickets will be sold by count not by name. Regent students can purchase max of 2 tickets to use at will. 

Will there be food?

Light refreshments will be available. 

Will there be transportation if I live in Regent Housing and do not have a car?

Yes, the shuttle will be available at certain times to take a pick up. For more information, please follow SAB’s Instagram account. 

Can I purchase tickets at the door?

Unfortunately, no tickets will be available at the door for Sadie Hawkins 2023. 

Will Sadie Hawkins tickets sell out before event?

Yes! Please make sure to buy your ticket as soon as the link goes live. Tickets WILL SELL OUT!  

How will I stay up to date on event details?

Please follow SAB’s Instagram @regentuniversity_sab & Student Engagement Online @regentstudentactivities.

Sadie Hawkins Dance Ticket Sales Form

Ticket purchasing is now closed. Please contact Jenn Gribble at if you have any questions.

Spring Formal will take place Friday, April 5, 2024, from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. with check in starting at 7:45 p.m. at the Library Atrium. Tickets go live February 14, 2024 and will be removed once all (250) tickets are sold.  

Price: $10 per ticket

Students can purchase max of (2) tickets (one for student and one for guest).

**Ticket sales will be completely online. No cash will  be accepted**

**When you arrive to the dance, please be prepared to show your proof of ticket purchase. The electronic receipt will be used as you and your guest tickets.**

Who can attend?

Current registered Regent students (undergrad, grad, and law).

Can I bring a guest?

Students are allowed to bring a plus-one that does not attend Regent, however the plus-one must have their own ticket.

Will there be food?

Light refreshments will be available.

Will there be transportation if I live in Regent Housing and do not have a car?

Yes, the shuttle will be available at certain times to take a pick up. For more information, please follow SAB’s Instagram account.

Can I purchase tickets at the door?

Unfortunately, no tickets will be available at the door for Spring Formal 2024.  

Will Spring Formal tickets sell out before event?

Yes! Please make sure to buy your ticket as soon as the link goes live. Tickets WILL SELL OUT!  

How will I stay up to date on event details?

Please follow SAB’s Instagram @regentuniversity_sab & Student Engagement Online @regentstudentactivities.

Spring Formal Ticket Sales Form

All tickets have been sold.

Student Engagement hosts orientation programs for freshmen as well as transfer and international students.

  • Freshmen: New traditional-aged freshmen (23 and younger) are required to participate in this mandatory August event. This 3-day event takes place directly after Move-In. You will get to know your Resident Assistants, Connect Group Leaders, and fellow classmates. During Orientation, you will also meet professors and learn about university resources, discuss Regent policies and procedures, and participate in a global service project.
  • Transfer Students: Do you already have some college experience? For transfer students (23 and younger) this orientation is focused on what you need to know to succeed at Regent. Meet other new transfer students, learn more about how Regent’s faculty and staff will support your success, and answer any lingering questions before classes begin.
  • International Students: As a new or transfer F‐1 international student, you will meet other international students as well as gain legal and general information during this orientation.  

The Student Engagement Team is working to create intentional activities throughout the year! If you need more specific information surrounding admissions, or have questions related to status, please visit the International Student Admissions webpage.

International Students, Virginia Beach, Virginia.
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Upcoming Events


August 12-13 – International Orientation
August 23 – Welcome Back Bash
August 23 – Campus Ministries Church Fair
August 30 – Campus Connection Fair

Are you a multi-talented student who’s looking to make the most of your college education and student life experience? Great news! As a Regent Royal, you have access to a plethora of online and on-campus digital resources so you can excel in your studies and extracurricular activities. Whether your aim is to advance in your academics, explore resources for a capstone project, join a creative team, or get more involved as a student leader, these resources may be of great interest to you!

Depending on your goals and areas of study, you may have the opportunity to use software such as Toon Boom, Adobe Spark, Movie Magic, and more. All students can subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud at a discounted rate using your Regent credentials. You can also sign up to use Grammarly, Zoom, and other platforms that can help make your college experience a success.

If you are an on-campus learner or commuter, you also have access to our state-of-the-art computer labs and creative studio suites in the Communications Building. Check out our IT Help Desk page for a full list of support software that includes specific instructions of use and availability.