Category: Regent Life

What is Your Learning Style (And Does It Spell Success)?

By Sarah Nguyen We all have certain ways that we learn and process information. Some prefer lectures and small group discussions. Others learn better through hands-on activities. And still others by seeing a picture, diagram or other visual. So which learning style is best when it comes to your success? The answer is: yours. We’re …

The Top 10 Portable Degrees for Military Families

By Brett Tubbs Your life may change from year to year, but your career field doesn’t have to. Let’s face it: When it comes to being a part of a military family, many of life’s big decisions are oftentimes left up to a what the branch of your service needs. While a life of traveling …

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 …

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. …

5 Amazing Spots Within Driving Distance of Regent’s Campus

Regent University is seated in the southern area of Hampton Roads. The combination of beach, nature and history make it an exciting place to call home. We’d be remiss if we didn’t give you a chance to take full advantage of some local gems. Fortunately, if you plan on visiting Regent, or attending on-campus, you’ll …

Why do I need a BSN and an MSN?

  by Rebecca H. Le, PhD., MSN, RN, IBCLC The world of the practicing nurse has been changing and is constantly revolving based on patient and community needs. These changes have initiated conversations among healthcare providers at the practice and research level. Based on research outcomes and the diverse needs of patient populations, the Institute …

Christian Leaders to Change the World – Q&A with Student Luke Isbell

When Luke Isbell ’20 began his college search, finding a Christian university was his top priority. His belief that Christian leaders need to have a big impact on the world led him to Regent University. Isbell is now pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies in the College of Arts & Sciences. Originally, Isbell’s …

College and Its Cost: Why Getting a Degree is Worth Your Time and Money

A college degree is an important investment, as well as a sacrifice of time and resources. It’s stretching; it’s challenging, and if you’re reading this and wondering, “Is a degree worth it?”, know you’re not alone. college degree roi ROI means “return on investment.” It’s something people use to determine decisions both large and small. …

How Can I Afford College? Four Steps to Help You Get There

By Brett Tubbs We’ve all heard the startling statistics about student loan debt. And, yes, the investment of a college degree often requires loans as part of your financial aid package. But even if loans are necessary to help you pay for college, you don’t have to follow a trend that tags a huge load …