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  1. With the exception of the federal Pell Grant, third-party sources authorizing such, and certain university stipend programs, no combination of scholarships and grants may exceed 100 percent of tuition. University-funded financial aid is only applicable to tuition charges for courses taken at Regent University. University-funded financial aid is not applicable to study abroad programs.
  2. Tuition is due and payable in full by the published deadline regardless of any pending financial aid (loans or grants). A Tuition Installment Plan (TIP) is available for a nominal fee. Contact the Business Office for more information. Failure to make payment by the established deadline will result in a late fee.
  3. To receive school-based awards, students must meet the eligibility criteria set out in the awarding school’s financial aid guide. If you need a copy of these guidelines, please contact your school(s) of enrollment.
  4. Many schools at Regent require annual resubmission of financial aid applications. Contact your individual school for more information.
  5. Any person who knowingly makes a false statement or a misrepresentation in his or her request for financial aid shall be subject to the provisions of Regent student discipline policies, the United States Code and/or the Code of the Commonwealth of Virginia, whichever is applicable.
  6. Federal student loans, Pell Grant and Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant Funds (VTAG) are conditional upon regulations/legislation in effect at the time of disbursement.
  7. All financial aid is to be used solely for expenses related to attendance at Regent University. Institutional scholarships will not be applied to charges related to non-Regent study abroad programs.
  8. Financial aid recipients who withdraw during a term, or reduce their academic load below the required minimum hours for the aid received, are subject to the provisions of the university refund policy and “Return of Title IV Funds Aid Policy” available from the Business Office. You must notify Student Financial Aid if you are enrolled, were enrolled or will be enrolled at another institution during the same award year as you are in attendance at Regent and you receive, or will receive, the Federal Pell Grant or Federal Stafford Loan (or Federal Direct Stafford Loan).
  9. You must be enrolled at least half-time as a regularly enrolled student in a degree-seeking program to be eligible for loans, Federal Pell Grants and most other aid available. Based on the policy defined by the University Academic Council, five hours are considered half-time for the fall and spring semesters for graduate students, three hours for doctoral students and six for undergraduate students. For the summer, three credits are considered half-time for graduate students. There are few exceptions to this definition (i.e., Ph.D. dissertation, etc.). Undergraduate students must enroll for at least six credit hours each semester (including the summer) to be considered a half-time student. Contact the Office of Advising for more information.
  10. If you receive additional aid (scholarships/grants) or other outside resources, your awards must be modified. Notify the Student Financial Aid of any additional resources not previously included that are available from other resources such as loans, scholarships, grants, Social Security benefits, veterans’ benefits, employer tuition payment plans and other educational assistance. Failure to do so before the first financial aid disbursement will result in a potentially significant lower subsequent disbursement. In some cases it may result in having to repay a portion of the aid received.
  11. Any student who receives financial aid funds, but does not attend any of the classes (or complete any distance coursework) for which the disbursement was made, is required to have the entire amount returned to the funding entity immediately. This is done by returning the payment received to Regent. Regent will, in turn, refund it to the funding entity on the student’s behalf. This may result in a balance due to the university.
    To qualify for aid processed through the Student Financial Aid Office, a student must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) toward the completion of a degree program. If a student fails to meet the standards summarized below, the student will be placed on financial aid warning for the next semester of enrollment. During the financial aid warning semester, the student will be eligible to receive federal aid but must meet the standards by the end of that semester to have continued eligibility. A student will remain ineligible until the standards are met. If a student is declared ineligible, he or she may appeal to the school of enrollment for reinstatement. To be considered making SAP, a student must:
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“I love teaching; I sense I am really living out my legal calling. So much of my teaching style and philosophy is modeled after that of Regent Law deans and professors. I love equipping my students for their calling with the gift of teaching the Lord has given me.”

Adeline Allen, J.D., 2011

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Graduates go on to have successful careers in the global marketplace, including positions at Fortune 100 companies.

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