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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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“The online and on-campus experiences were different, but both very rewarding. The way they designed the online learning really felt like a live classroom environment — still very informative and relational, even with people from around the world there.”Jesse Eisenhart, Joint M.A., 2009 M.A. in Practical Theology & Human Service Counseling
“All of my professors have such a passion for what they are teaching and it is contagious. RSG professors have first-hand knowledge about the subjects they teach. They emphasize that we can make moral arguments in the public sphere.”Keelyn Geoghean, M.A., 2014
“What I love about Regent is being treated not only as a student trying to pursue an education, but as a person who is trying to make a difference in the world.”Jasmine Farnsworth, Doctor of Education, 2022
“It is more of an amazing example of what God has for us when we allow Him to take the reins and trust that what He has in store is far better than what we can imagine for ourselves.”Loni Albertson, MFA, 2007 Illumination Entertainment Production Supervisor
“Professors give real-life lessons and then connect them with God's purpose for your life in a relevant manner.”Hannah Bell, M.A., 2012 Nonprofit Organization Leader
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (September 21, 2020) – Before 2020, most of us gave little thought to the concept of a pandemic beyond maybe a few apocalyptic books and movies imagining such an event. Now, we’re …
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 1, 2020) – Regent University School of Law is pleased to announce Bradley P. Jacob, J.D., as associate dean for online programs. In his new role, Jacob will oversee online programs …
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (January 30, 2020) - Judge Ken Starr, J.D., Regent University’s newest senior lecturing fellow for the School of Law, spoke to a packed house on Tuesday, January 28, in a premier event hosted by …
The Ancient Greeks may well have been on to something when they declared: “Know thyself.” Knowing yourself — your strengths, weaknesses, habits, and behaviors — is key not only to …
A bachelor’s in psychology is one of the most popular college majors in the U.S
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 …
Regent University Robertson School of Government (RSG) alumna Sabrina Wooten ’98 served as a police chaplain, a CFO and a pastor. Now, after a sweeping victory in a local election, she’ll serve a city of more than 440,000 …