Financial Aid

Regent University offers a range of scholarships and financial aid to help you pursue your program. Over 80% of students at Regent receive some form of financial aid. These include institutional, donor-funded, federal, and state-funded scholarships, grants, and loan programs, each with varied aid amounts, eligibility requirements, and disbursement methods.

Here are some financial aid options available to students at Regent:

Financial aid opportunities available to all students at Regent University
  • Regent University Donor Funded Scholarships
  • Church Matching Grant Program
  • Corporate Partners Program
Undergraduate Scholarships
  • Freshman Merit-Based Scholarships
  • Legacy Grant
  • Regent Gap Guarantee Grant
Scholarships for Academic Merit and Demonstrated Financial Need
  • A. Wallace Zimmerman Memorial Scholarship
  • Elizabeth A. Weyl Scholarship
  • Gerald Boarman Family Scholarship
  • Marvin “Buster” & Jeanie Orr Endowed Scholarship
  • Mooradkanian Scholarship
  • Walter & Valerie Panutich Divinity Scholarship
  • William & Dorothy Reighard Scholarship
Scholarships with Specific Qualifications
  • Bishop Samuel L. Green, Jr. Scholarship
  • Charles L. Holman Scholarship
  • Connie Echols Mcbath Scholarship
  • John C. Wright Ministerial Scholarship
  • Lindvall Chaplain's Scholarship
  • Rev. Peter Popoff Scholarship For Evangelism & Missions
  • Shiflett Scholarship
  • Vinson Synan Renewal Studies Scholarship
  • Alumni & Pastors Continuing Education Program

Military Benefits

Regent University offers numerous benefits to enrolled military/veteran students. These include:

  • Tuition Assistance
  • Military Transfer Credit
  • Discounts for Military & Veterans
  • Military Spouse & Dependent Benefits
  • Veteran Affairs (VA) Education Benefits
  • Discounts on Bookstore Purchases

Regent University has also partnered with the Veterans Affairs (VA) Administration to offer the Yellow Ribbon Program Scholarship to students with 100% eligibility under the Post-9/11 GI Bill®.

These and related benefits are offered to students with military affiliations, such as:

  • Active Duty
  • Reservists
  • Veterans
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Corps
  • U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) Corps
  • Headquarters Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (HQ NATO SACT) Employee or Dependent
  • Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)
  • Military Spouses and Families

These benefits can be availed by undergraduate and graduate students in degree or certificate programs at Regent University who meet the required criteria.

Here's why Regent University is worth your while

Regent University offers a host of benefits that few other colleges provide.
Here are some of these benefits.

  • Choose between 8-week or 15-week course plans
  • Flexible online program schedules
  • Streamlined enrollment & financial aid
  • Commitment to knowledge & faith together
  • Generous transfer policy - transfer up to 90 credit hours