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At Regent University, you’ll find higher education and higher purpose. As a Royal, you’ll learn to use reason and faith to make a positive difference in the world and join 11,000 students, hundreds of faculty, and thousands of alumni who not only believe that anything’s possible, they prove it. Royals rise to the occasion when called upon. Is this your calling?
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“Truthfully, Regent changed my life. There's an element of gratification that comes along with doing what I know that God has called me to do.”Jada Collins, M.A. in HSC, 2010 Human Services Counseling
“My journey through the School of Divinity was transformational, challenging and inspirational. The Spirit-filled faculty and staff were dedicated to my success as a student and a military officer, and my classes—both on-campus and online—exuded excellence and sound biblical teaching.”Tierra S. Gibbs, M.A., 2012 Practical Theology
“Unlike other schools I considered, Regent lets you customize projects around real-life work issues. The professors challenge you and genuinely want you to succeed.”Kari Jacobs, MBA, 2013 President and General Manager at WVEC-TV ABC 13
“I chose Regent because of its Christian principles as I wanted to learn how to integrate my faith with telling stories; also because of its amazing film program and facilities. Yes, my expectations were definitely met.”Michelle Bello, M.A., 2011 Cinema Arts/Television, Directing
“Regent's program resonated with me because it's about servant leadership and mentoring and coaching. That is so important. At the end of the day, it's about the legacy you leave behind.”Kelly Tanner, DSL, 2017 Dental Hygienist
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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 …
by Natalia Mittelstadt, Daily Runner Correspondent Earlier this month, American Majority facilitated a three-hour Campaign-In-A-Day Snapshot sponsored by Regent University’s Robertson School of Government (RSG) where students …
By Julie Taylor, Daily Runner Correspondent The Christian Broadcasting Network’s (CBN) first ever Christmas Village attracted scores of visitors to Regent University’s Virginia Beach, Virginia campus. The free event featured two …
Although Senator A. Willis Robertson — father of Regent University Founder, Chancellor & CEO Dr. M.G. “Pat” Robertson — passed away over 47 years ago, on Tuesday, December 4, students, faculty and staff at …
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