Enrollment Deposit for On-campus Undergraduate Programs
Welcome To Regent!
Congratulations on starting your college selection process, and thank you for considering Regent University as your future home!
An important part of your admissions process at Regent University is submitting your $150 Enrollment Deposit. Your Enrollment Deposit is fully refundable, and Regent will apply it as a payment toward your first semester’s tuition. Fall students should submit their deposit by May 1st. Spring students should submit their deposit by December 1st.
Lock in These Benefits With Your Deposit:
- Claim a spot at Regent University!
- Get free College Preview Weekend registration.
- Get a free Early College course.*
- Reserve on-campus housing – space is limited and fills quickly!
- Register for classes early.
* Must meet eligibility requirements for Early College
Your admissions process is unique to you, so as you explore your options, an enrollment deposit at Regent University opens the door to becoming a student while also securing additional benefits. If you know Regent University is your future home, you can make your Enrollment Deposit before receiving an admissions decision and start to enjoy your perks early! You may also submit your $200 housing deposit with your enrollment deposit to secure your spot on campus at the Regent Commons or Regent Village. You must be accepted as a Regent University student to pay your housing deposit.
HERE’S HOW TO SUBMIT:
1. Complete the deposit form on this page
2. Submit your $150 deposit
3. Your spot at Regent University is secured!
An enrollment deposit will be applied as a credit toward your Regent University account for your first semester of attendance. The deposit becomes non-refundable if you claim an early college course. An Enrollment Deposit may be refunded when Regent receives a written request via email by May 1, for Fall applicants and December 1, for Spring applicants. All Enrollment Deposit refund requests must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
An enrollment deposit is non-transferable and non-refundable after the above deadlines but may be deferred for up to one academic year should you decide to attend in a subsequent semester. If you update your application and enrollment deposit to any other semester, you will no longer be eligible for a refund. If you need to terminate your student housing agreement, please complete the Request to Terminate Student Housing Agreement.