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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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“If you are considering a career in teaching, consider preparing at Regent University.”Doreatha White, M.Ed., 1997 Principal, J.J. Roberts Elementary School
“I came to Regent after the Navy to prepare for a role in public service. I had some innovative ideas in me, and Regent helped me tap into them more. I know I want to help and influence others for Christ, perhaps as a diplomat working for the U.S. State Department.”Chad McQueen, MBA, 2015
“I consider my years in my Ph.D. program at Regent the best investment I ever made in my career. The time, energy and money spent in the program have paid off many times over. I consider the faculty to be world class, and my peers in my cohort are true friends and colleagues.”Paul Alexander, Ph.D., 2005 Organizational Leadership
“God provided Regent University as a place of revitalization, equipping and waiting upon the Lord. I'm very grateful to the faculty and staff who gave of themselves to make Regent such an amazing place to learn.”Shinn-Rong Chung, MFA, 2010
“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
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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 …
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