Pursuing your Regent degree is one of the most valuable decisions you will make. We work hard to keep your tuition costs affordable and your academic experience rewarding. Regent offers some of the lowest tuition rates among top-rated Christian universities. We're regionally accredited by Southern Association of Schools Commission on Colleges, the same organization that accredits schools including Duke, Texas A & M, Wake Forest, William & Mary, and University of Virginia—adding even more value to your Regent degree. Combined with scholarships or tuition discounts, other forms of financial aid to qualified students, and flexible payments, you'll find that paying for your college education is well within your reach.
Estimated Cost of Attendance
When estimating your cost of attendance, take into account both direct and indirect charges. Direct costs are billed by the university to your student account and include tuition and any applicable fees like parking or technology fees, and on-campus housing.
Indirect costs are additional expenses you need to consider that are not charged to you by the university. These include books, supplies, food, personal expenses, transportation and off-campus housing.
On this page, we provide an estimate of annual indirect costs as well as links to explore direct costs applicable to your degree program.
Indirect Cost Estimates (Annual)
- Room and Board $10,485
- Books and Supplies $700 - $1,500 (depending on program)
- Personal $5,805
- Transportation $2,970
- Room and Board $13,398
- Books and Supplies $1,050 - $2,250 (depending on program)
- Personal $7,418
- Transportation $3,795
Note: The above figures are estimates for a typical enrollment period of either Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 (two semesters), or Fall 2014, Spring 2015 and Summer 2015 (three semesters). Actual costs may vary based on program and enrollment.
Regent University provides students the following information to assist in making informed decisions about their future and provide a baseline from which they may begin to budget, plan, and prepare. Always borrow conservatively while taking advantage of multiple funding sources. Please make sure to contact your school of enrollment for any available scholarship and grant opportunities.
Note: The university charges a $100 parking fee each semester for on-campus students. This may be waived for students who are not parking a car on campus.