Next Steps for Accepted Students
Submitted your seat deposit and Enrollment Agreement, or LL.M. Enrollment Agreement?
Submitted your signed schedule, which is typically mailed to admitted students in June?
Submitted transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended to the Office of Admissions?
Remember that the undergraduate transcript should reflect your "degree conferred" status.
Please contact us with any questions.
We look forward to greeting you on campus in August!
The rest of this page provides you with the information you need for a smooth transition.
If you would like to schedule a campus visit prior to your enrollment, please contact us a few days in advance to arrange your weekday visit. The admitted candidate visitation program is Friday, April 11, 2014. Register at www.regent.edu/lawvisit.
Enrollment Agreement, Seat Deposit, and Signed Schedules
For accepted J.D. applicants, please submit the following to reserve your seat in the incoming fall class: Non-Refundable Seat Deposit, Enrollment Agreement, or International LL.M. Enrollment Agreement. Deposits are due two weeks from the date of your accept letter or by April 1, whichever occurs later.
For students beginning their studies in May, class schedules are typically mailed to deposited students in April. For students beginning their studies in August, class schedules are typically mailed to deposited students in early June. Incoming students are required to return signed schedules immediately upon receipt via fax to 757.352.4139.
Housing Options: On- and Off-campus
If you are interested in living on campus, we recommend that admitted students submit the housing application immediately because on-campus housing is very limited. Your on-campus housing application will not move forward, however, until your enrollment/seat deposit has been paid. For a listing of off-site housing options, visit www.regent.edu/housing.
Academic Calendar, Policies, and Procedures
It is important that each student review our Student Affairs site for important resources, including schedules, academic calendars, Student Honor Code, Standard of Personal Conduct, and additional required event information, including information on our annual student and faculty retreat.
Students are responsible for knowing and meeting all course requirements including exams, assignments, and class participation. Regular attendance is mandatory. Students should review the academic calendar and avoid making personal commitments that conflict with orientation, class, and exam schedules. The academic calendar is available online at www.regent.edu/admin/registrar/academiccalendar.cfm.
Visit the University Bookstore website to order textbooks and merchandise online. You'll also find useful information such as course textbook lists, special orders, and hours of operation.
Please remember that you must provide us with official, degree-conferred, transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended before Orientation. We need these materials by July 1.
- This ABA requirement is in addition to the transcripts you previously submitted to LSAC as part of the application-review process. Transcripts submitted to Law Services are copied to law schools for admission decision purposes only.
- All acceptance offers of admission are conditioned upon Regent’s receipt of official transcripts from all institutions the applicant has attended. Transcripts should be mailed to the Office of Law School Admissions.
General information to help Regent students learn of their rights and responsibilities with regards to disability services can be found online: http://www.regent.edu/disabilities. If you have a disability that you believe requires accommodation, you should review the specific information on the process for requesting reasonable accommodations at https://www.regent.edu/admin/stusrv/student_life/requesting.cfm.
Any student requesting accommodations will be required to submit an explanation of his or her disability, including appropriate verification from a medical provider or other professional and any suggestions as to what the student believes to be reasonable accommodations. Regent University's disability services coordinator considers this information in developing accommodation plans for students. Associate Dean Douglas Cook then coordinates the implementation of student accommodation plans at the law school level.