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Regent University, a military-friendly Christian university, is proud to join forces with the Army ROTC at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. With this joint agreement, students can take courses toward a Regent University degree while fulfilling their Army ROTC commitment with Old Dominion University. Students desiring to attend Regent on an Army scholarship should first apply to Regent for admission, then to Army ROTC at ODU for the undergraduate or graduate scholarship.

Learn more about Army ROTC.


Interested in Army ROTC? Complete the following steps.

Step 1

Schedule Interview with Regent University Office of Military & Veterans Affairs

Step 2

Fill Out Online Application and Pay Application Fee

 

If you are not a student yet at Regent University, we encourage you to apply for admissions.

Note: Application requirements and fees differ per degree of interest.

Step 3

After You Are Accepted

  • Interview with ODU Army ROTC leadership. (Contact information will be given after initial interview)
  • Complete Virginia Tidewater Consortium Agreement with Regent University's Registrar's Office
Step 4

Enjoy These Financial Aid Benefits

  • Regent University College of Arts & Sciences will provide Army ROTC Cadets the same tuition discount as offered to active duty service members, e.g., $250 per credit hour.
  • Regent’s graduate schools will provide Army ROTC Cadets the same tuition discount offered to active duty service members, e.g. 25%.
  • Financial Aid Benefits must be applied for by visiting the Military Discounts Page.

Student Testimonials

Brett, Army National Guard

College of Arts & Sciences

I was already attending Regent University when I decided to join the National Guard and Army ROTC. Trying to balance the demands of school, ROTC and National Guard was hard work, but Regent had wonderful staff that accommodated any need a studying soldier might have. I received all the help and resources I needed from the university's military director in a timely, professional manner and promptly started training with ROTC. At first, I thought the work load was too difficult to handle. Yet, isn't that what it feels like when growing? Therefore, I found these challenges to be positive.

While taking classes, I sharpened myself as a future leader and built confidence and a networking base along the way. My tuition, housing and books? No matter. The benefits of being in ROTC and the National Guard paid for it all! The Lord provided through Regent and many other ways, and for that I cannot thank Him enough.

As a future second lieutenant with a B.A. in Cinema-Television under my belt, I am confident about the future. Looking back, I have undoubtedly changed for the better because of my decision to attend Regent University and its ROTC program. I would recommend it to anyone who has decided to attend school while training to become an officer. I have seen other schools and Army ROTC programs, and there is no doubt that Regent's is in the cream of the crop. It provided everything one would need for excellent academics, spiritual growth, social networking, and financial assistance. I cannot imagine graduating from anywhere else but Regent University.

 

Ben Huzzey, Army

School of Government

 

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