A degree from Regent University is more than just an education. It's an ever-evolving opportunity for academic, professional and spiritual growth—a chance to develop your knowledge, character and skills to influence the world. Whether you choose day classes or evening classes on campus, or opt to attend online college classes, Regent will equip you with the skills you need to succeed in your career and live a life of purpose.
What to Expect From the College Admissions Process
When you apply to the College of Arts & Sciences, your application will be reviewed by an admissions committee that will conduct an extensive review of your application materials. Our admissions counselors are ready to assist you with any questions you have about how to get into college. Follow the links below to find information about the application process, required materials, admission events and important deadlines.
Choosing a college is an important decision. Thousands of alumni once stood in your place and chose Regent to guide them on their path to success. Today, they are transforming the world and making a difference in the lives of others. At Regent, you will find a unique blend of faith and academics to prepare you for your calling.
Find your community as you meet fellow students on campus or online through our thriving social media outlets, participate in an online peer mentorship program, or work through a free online orientation, “Keys to Successful Learning.”
Embrace your faith as you worship with classmates weekly in our chapel or via an online webcast. Every class at Regent is taught from a Christian perspective.
Learn from the best at a university that's nationally recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a top 25 online school for Student Services & Technology, Student Engagement & Assessment and Faculty Credentials & Training. You will receive guidance and mentorship from our distinguished professors.
Enjoy courses that fit your schedule by choosing from traditional 15-week on-campus classes or eight-week online courses.
* If you are interested in applying for financial aid or the university's campus housing, you must work directly with those departments and complete the appropriate applications.
Freshmen intending to study on campus full-time are required to live on campus if they live outside of a 25 mile radius of our campus. Students are encouraged to complete their housing application as soon as possible.