The quality of our faculty members is one of the primary reasons students choose to study here. We attract world-renowned scholars at the cutting edge of their field, who are published authors, passionate educators, and dedicated researchers.
You don’t need to be enrolled in a graduate program to take advantage of our world-class learning opportunities. Take a course for personal enrichment during our Summer Programs, or on an evening or weekend. Attend a lecture or conference. There are so many ways to learn at Regent.
Regent College was founded in 1968 as the first graduate school of theology in North America to make education of the laity its central focus. Our Christ-centred graduate programs and courses bring together vibrant evangelical faith and rigorous academics.
Regent is a small, close-knit community under a single roof, but it sits at the heart of one of Canada’s largest universities, in a gorgeous, thriving metropolis. To us, it’s the best of both worlds: a comfortable cloister, with access to every possible amenity.
Here, you will find information on choosing your courses, meeting your program requirements, paying your fees, and applying for financial aid. This is also the place to access the many services we offer to our students, such as counselling, health benefits, and assistance with finding housing.
The commitment of our alumni is part of
what makes Regent such an incredible place. As a graduate or former student,
you are a vital part of our community, and there are many ways to
stay embedded in what we do.
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What students say
"I am so grateful for this place that is not afraid to ask hard
questions, where diversity is celebrated, and where learning more of our
story is central. I have been challenged intellectually at the same
time as I have been invited to 'taste and see that God is good.' It is
not a perfect place, but it is full of people that seek to embody
genuine hope, in the midst of the brokenness and pain of this world. My
time at Regent has been a gift."