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Regent University Helps Students Reach Their Fullest Potential

Virginia Beach, VA

Regent University, established in 1978, is an accredited Christian university located in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Through their undergraduate college and seven graduate schools (Business & Leadership, Communication & the Arts, Divinity, Education, Government, Law, Psychology & Counseling) they offer associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees with more than 95 areas of study. Regent is dedicated to preparing future leaders, scholars and professionals to make a positive impact around the world.

With more than 20,000 alumni, from over 110 countries, trained and equipped to excel personally and professionally, Regent is a launching pad for tomorrow’s inspired leaders. Including CEOs, teachers, senators, judges, entrepreneurs, media professionals and more, Regent graduates are found in virtually every discipline, working with integrity and cultural relevance.

The University’s roots as the nation’s first freestanding graduate school dedicated to applying faith-based principles to rigorous academic instruction attest to Regent’s solid graduate-level foundation. Guiding students in their pursuits is a community of practitioners and scholars whose knowledge base and experience prepare graduates to richly influence the nation and the world. Five faculty members have been named Fulbright scholars. Regent’s School of Law faculty is named among the Top 10 in the Nation by The Princeton Review, 2013, 2014 and 2015, and the Regent Law Moot Court Program is among the Top 5 in the nation (University of House Law Center, 2016).


Nationally recognized graduates include: Dr. Jay Sekulow ’04, Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice; Tony Hale ’95, Emmy Award-Winner; Scott Rigell ’90, Representative of Virginia’s 2nd District; Paul J. Bonicelli, ’87, former assistant administrator under President George W. Bush; Bruce Long ’98, Tony-nominated Broadway producer; Sharon Byrdsong ’08, National Middle School Principal of the Year; and more. More than 715 Hampton Roads Teachers of the Year received their degrees or certificates from Regent’s School of Education, and Regent has been the recipient of more than 400 national and international film awards by the School of Communication & the Arts.

Regent’s 70-acre Virginia Beach campus, featuring Georgian-style architecture and named the 15th Most Beautiful Christian College and University Campus by Christian Universities Online, 2015, is a tribute to excellence in learning – with high-tech classrooms and state-of-the-art facilities.

Students may choose from a host of on-campus or online classes, or a combination of both, making it easier for them to complete their educational goals their way.

Not only is Regent ranked 20th in the nation for its online bachelor’s programs, (U.S. News & World Report, 2016), but the University offers the highest-ranked Online Graduate Education Programs in Virginia. Regent is also among the Top-5 Online MBA Programs in Virginia, and a top military-friendly university (G.I. Jobs and Military Advanced Education magazines). The American Council of Trustees and Alumni recognizes Regent in the top two percent of liberal arts “A” rated universities. 

Regent’s diverse student body of over 8,600 students represents all 50 states, 46 countries and 40 denominations.

Regent invites prospective students to discover how the University can prepare them to achieve their fullest potential.

For more information, visit, call 1-800-373-5504 or follow Regent on Facebook at www.facebook/com/regentuniversity.