Category: News

41 Regent University Students Journey to Israel for a Special Trip

For many students, summer is a time of rest, recuperation and relaxation. However, for 41 students from Regent University — nearly all of whom are students in the School of Divinity’s (SOD) master’s and doctoral programs — it’s been one of travel, exploration, and education in a place filled with historical and archeological significance for …

Remembering Colonel Richard “Rich” Jemiola

Community invited to attend a celebration of life service on Friday, June 14 at the University Chapel Saturday, June 8, 2019 marked the passing of respected community member, and trusted partner in Regent University’s executive team – Colonel Richard “Rich” Jemiola. During his 20 years with the university, Jemiola built a legacy, quite literally, throughout …

Making Sense of Tragedy; Is It Possible?

A Message from Dr. William Hathaway Dean, School of Psychology & Counseling The Regent University School of Psychology & Counseling has been actively engaged in helping to meet the needs of those who suffer traumas, tragedies and other life challenges for many years through training and services our team of mental health educators and students …

What’s the Difference Between a B.A. & B.S. in Psychology?

By Sarah Nguyen Thinking about entering the field of psychology and wondering which degree program—Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.)—is right for you? At first glance it may seem like the difference between a B.A. in Psychology and B.S. is just one letter, but it’s actually much more than that. See What Regent …

Regent Offers Counseling, Services to Families Affected by Mass Shooting

By Sarah Nguyen VIRGINIA BEACH, Va.— Regent faculty are helping bring critical relief to victims’ families and first responders following a mass shooting last Friday at the Municipal Center that left 12 dead and several injured — one of the deadliest in the country this year. “It’s just an overwhelming amount of grief,” said Dr. …