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Reviews 561 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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3 College Freshman

Scholarships: Honestly, there could be more scholarships, but it is a private school.

4 College Freshman

Campus Food: I've eaten the Chinese food once, and though it didn't compare to Hibachi restaurants, it wasn't bad.

College Junior

Administration: I don't live on campus.

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College Junior

Campus Housing: I don't live on campus.

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College Junior

Majors: I haven't had an internship.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: I received a small scholarship.

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5 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Crime is low to nonexistent. There are many police officers on and around campus.

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4 College Freshman

Administration: Since its a christian school no drugs, alcohol of tobacco use is allowed. There are plenty of other ways for students to have fun. For a christian college visitation in the dorms is really lenient.

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4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: They really work with graduated students to help them get a job, and while in school to get internships.

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4 College Freshman

Academics: Most of the professors are great! High academic expectation and a lot of reading.

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4 College Freshman

Scholarships: The process went smoothly. Make sure when you apply you are applying for the best scholarships you can get, they were able to switch mine partially through the year though.

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3 College Freshman

Athletics: We only have intramural sports, and not a great set up for them.

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4 College Freshman

Local Area: Being near the beach there are a lot of great festivals and concerts! Also centrally located to a few malls.

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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Immediately surrounding the school are primarily chain restaurants, but it is a straight shot to the beach where there is a larger variety. A lot of delicious pizza places! I don't know of student discounts.

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5 College Freshman

Majors: I had no problem getting into my program. The admission process was really easy.

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4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: We have great dorms. They are more like apartments, they are spacious and have full bathroom and kitchen. Everyone is really friendly. There isn't enough housing for how many students want to live on campus so you have to apply early.

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College Freshman

Greek Life: We only have one sorority and it is a coed service based sorority.

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3 College Senior

Athletics: There are only intramural sports. Volleyball, soccer, flag football and basketball. The basketball games take place at a church gym about 5 minutes down the road. There are two small fields on campus, one for flag football and one for soccer. Flag football is the most popular, but I think there will be an increase in popularity and participation for the other sports each year. There is a small gym in one of the on-campus dorms, but you need a key card to get into the dorm, if you live off-campus or at the village. there is a major discount for membership to the YMCA across the street, most people I know who work out or exercise use that.

4 College Senior

Health & Safety: There is little on-campus crime, I hardly ever feel unsafe walking to and from class even at night. There are campus police constantly patrolling the campus and the living areas.

One path from the Village to school is often poorly lit, and part of the path goes into the woods, so in order to avoid being in the dark woods alone a student has to walk on the road for a bit. That road is not frequented as much during the night as in the day. The other path from the Village to campus is a sidewalk very close to a rather busy road. A friend of mine was approached by a man in a truck, wanting to give her a ride, so she's a bit wary. I generally don't feel unsafe walking to and from class at any hour, though.

2 College Senior

Academics: My specific major isn't a fully created program yet, so all of the classes are taken from other majors such as the government department, history department, English department, and Spanish department.

College Senior

Majors: I have not had an internship, and I do not plan on having one while attending Regent.

3 College Senior

Scholarships: My only problem was the Regent would not allow me to use multiple scholarships that they offered that I qualified for.

College Senior

Greek Life: there is no greek life.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: I never hated school until I came to Regent. I'm not sure if I wasn't ready for the difficulty level and it is all my fault I hated the school part, or if it is also the fault of the university.

The value of professors and courses vary depending on your major. I had a major including a variety of classes from various majors, as my major wasn't entirely a program yet when I was at Regent.

In comparison to the classes I took when I got my associates degree at community college, I felt I learned little and hardly felt inspired to learn. Possibly this is due to my apathy of attending school for so long.

If you take the initiative, and do all the work and learn the material on your own, then the professors will most likely fill in the gaps and be able to answer your questions.

I was disappointed in the amount of classes I had to take online, as an on-campus student. Regent is lacking in an on-campus faculty for many majors.

If you like online classes, then Regent may be for you! Unless of course you're a Christian ministry major, theatre major, English major, or CTV major, then you have an abundance of on-campus professors.

The variety and quality of courses and classes really depends on each class, and each major.

4 College Senior

Campus Housing: As I don't live in the housing right on campus, but down the road a but with the adult and graduate students, it is a bit different than the average undergrad students experience. I love where I live. The community is wonderful and accepting and loving and I think the apartment style set-up of the living area encourages the community. The laundry room is within walking distance of all the apartments in the complex. As a transfer, and not wanting to live with all the new kids excited to live in a college dorm, I was very thankful to be living in the Village and not the Commons. There is a gym in the on-campus housing that I cannot use unless I have a friend let me into the dorms, as you need a key card to get in. I don't think I would use the gym if I lived there anyway, though. It is bothersome that I, as a student, still have to have someone let me in and have to sign in and sometimes have my friends come escort me to their room in order to hang out with them in their dorm, as I don't live in that complex. The apartments all have full kitchens, so there is no typical cafeteria, and the Ordinary where you can get food is rather expensive.

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