Located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Regent University is situated on seventy acres and boasts beautiful Georgian buildings that house eight schools of study The university offers numerous associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, doctorate and post-professional certificate programs. Regent prides itself on producing the educational, professional and religious leaders of tomorrow by promoting spirituality and rigorous academic training based on biblical principles. The law school library is extensive and obtained much of its material when the Oral Roberts School of Law closed and donated its library to Regent.
Undergraduate students live in Regent Commons, which is located on campus grounds. First year students that live outside of a twenty-five mile radius are required to live in campus housing but may choose to move off-campus after that. Regent Village is located within a mile of campus and has about two hundred apartments designated to housing graduate students and their families.
There are many student organizations for students to participate in including student divisions of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association. There is also the Christian Legal Society, College Republicans, Law Wives Association, Regent Students for Life, Students in Free Enterprise and Student Alumni Ambassadors among others.
There are student governing bodies on campus such as the Student Bar Association that is governed and represented by the Student Senate. The Regent and Undergraduate Council and the Council of Graduate Students are also active governing student bodies on campus. These groups promote leadership and host religious and social events that enrich the lives of students and serve to strengthen the spirit of Christianity on campus.