Student Life - FAQ

Where do on-campus Regent students live?
Many Robertson School of Government students live in either the Regent Village, a university-owned apartment complex about a mile from the school, or the Regent Commons, apartments built on the Regent University campus. Space is limited, so apply as early as possible. A variety of nonuniversity- owned apartment complexes are also available near the school. View more Regent Housing information.

What is there to do in Virginia Beach?
The most obvious answer is to go to the beach! However, students enjoy a variety of other opportunities, including music from the symphony to jazz to free concerts from local bands on the oceanfront; visiting museums or taking a road trip to nearby attractions. History buffs may enjoy a trip to Jamestown, Yorktown or Colonial Williamsburg. Sports fan can watch the Tides play baseball or the Admirals play hockey.

Also, students can get involved in intramural sports and on-campus organizations including the Council of Graduate Students (COGS). COGS plan events such as the Christmas Ball and the Welcome BBQ for all new students.

What is the spiritual life like at Regent?
Regent University has many opportunities for fellowship and strengthening your faith. The university offers weekly chapels, Bible study groups and other spiritual emphases and celebrations throughout the year. Each school also elects its own chaplain from among its peers in the student body.