If you want to take a course at Regent for personal enrichment, you don’t need to apply to a program. You can simply register directly for your course.
You have two choices: you can audit a course or take it for academic credit. “Audit” means you don’t need to do any assignments, and you won’t receive a grade. You can simply enjoy the lectures and follow along with the readings, without the pressure of papers or grades. And you can take as many courses “for audit” as you would like.
If you plan to take courses for academic credit, you can take up to 12 credits total (maximum 6 per term) before needing to apply to a graduate program at Regent.
Who can take courses at Regent
Anyone with a bachelor's degree can take courses at Regent. If you don’t have a bachelor's degree and you want to take a course for audit, you need to be at least 23 years of age OR to have completed at least 50% of the credits required for a four-year bachelor’s degree.
If you decide to take courses for credit, and don’t have a bachelor’s degree, you must be at least 28 years of age.
Courses taken for audit are $300 per audit hour, effective Summer term 2012.
Most summer courses at Regent are 1 or 2 audit hours, with costs ranging from $300 to $600 per course.
In Fall and Winter terms, most daytime courses are 3 audit hours ($900 per course), while weekend and evening courses are either 2 or 3 audit hours ($600 to $900 per course).
The cost for credit courses is $440 per credit hour, effective Summer term 2012.
Find out if you qualify for any tuition benefits here.
Choose your courses before you register
Need help choosing your courses? Contact the Academic Advisor.
Register for a weekend, evening, or summer course
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First time taking a class at Regent?
Fill out a paper registration form for the appropriate semester (see left sidebar under "Files for Download" ).
Coming back to Regent after a break of more than a few years?
Visit this page to see if you’re eligible to register online. If not, please use the paper registration form for the appropriate semester (see left sidebar under "Files for Download").
We are working to have all our course registration available online soon—stay tuned!
Register for a Distance Education course
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New to Regent?
You will receive a confirmation of your registration either by email or letter mail.
Register for a conference
To register for a conference, visit our Conferences page.