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You took the plunge to attend Regent College. No doubt, there were hurdles for you to overcome to get here, but now you are part of the Regent community—learning, creating, and dreaming with men and women from around the world.

Someone else—someone you may know—may have their own dream of studying here, and their own hurdles to overcome. Put us in touch, and we can help. Every friend you refer who becomes a student at Regent will receive a free course with an acknowledgment that it's thanks to you.

Share your dreams, share your opportunities. Refer a friend to Regent and we'll help them get here.

Two simple steps:

  1. Fill in your name, email, and student number if you're a current student.
  2. Fill in your friend's name and email address.


Once your friend is admitted to Regent, he or she will receive a tuition benefit equivalent to the cost of one course (currently $1,353).

Terms and Conditions

  1. Only people who have had no prior contact with a Regent College Admissions Counsellor will be eligible.
  2. The first point of contact between the person referred and the College must be through the form on this page.
  3. People referred to Regent College between November 3, 2013 and September 1, 2014 will be eligible to receive a free course if they qualify according to the terms and conditions of the Spark 2013 Referral Program.
  4. The person referred must be admitted to a program at Regent College as a full-time student by the Fall 2015 term, and be registered for 9 on-campus credits at the time of the course drop deadline in order to receive the tuition benefit, which will be applied to the next course they take.
Have questions about the terms and conditions of this program? Contact

Sign your friends up here

By clicking submit, I agree to the terms and conditions of this referral program and give Regent College permission to contact the person I have referred, referencing my name as the referrer.

Please note that this program's requirements and rewards are subject to change at the discretion of the College.