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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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“Regent gave me the tools and confidence to integrate my faith in my community and career. I was able to develop my potential and am now fulfilling my purpose as a business leader.”Scott Berry, 2009
“For me, it’s a direct reflection of what I learned at Regent that made me want to create these companies and have the impact I’m having.”Jason Carthen, Ph.D., 2009
“Graduating from Regent, I’m called to be a business leader. I run a restaurant, but I am also looking for ways to benefit the community — whether it’s helping feed the food banks every week, supporting different programs at the Y, partnering with different churches. I feel like Regent really influenced me in that.”David Cheney, MBA, 2005
“It was the beginning stages of Regent's D.Min. program that really helped define my leadership gift and lay a foundation for what the Lord has done. It gave me the practical tools that I needed.”Mark Batterson, D.Min., 2012 Best-Selling Author
“I felt that Regent gave me a family connection.”Eve Taylor, Ph.D., 2016 Strategic Leadership
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