We are here to help you with any questions about choosing your courses, fulfilling your program requirements, transferring credits, or any other concerns related to your academic studies.
Scheduling an Advising Appointment
Types of advising available
Our Academic Advisor will help you plan your studies from the very beginning. And she can serve you better if you come to your meeting prepared. The various policies related to your program of study are specified in the Academic Catalogue. Some of the key points are summarized on the Program Requirements and Policies page. It is your responsibility to be familiar with this content.
Faculty members are available to meet with you to provide counsel on academic pursuits, personal development, professional goals, or spiritual matters. Questions about how to complete your program, however, including questions about exemptions and transfer credits, should be directed to the Academic Advisor.
ESL Help Desk and Writing Centre
ESL Help Desk is available to foreign language students on Wednesdays from 10 am to 12 pm in Room 230 and from 2 pm to 3 pm in the Atrium, and also on Thursdays from 10:00 am to 11:30 am in Room 14. Please click here to book a Wednesday appointment with Sherah Bodie or a Thursday appointment with Marissa Andrews. You may bring any issues relating to your studies, and your questions will be answered or redirected. If the schedule is full, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit the Regent Writing Centre if you need help to discuss research, review grammar, cite sources, or review a rough draft. For the Fall 2018 semester, the Writing Centre will meet in the library seminar room at the back of Allison Library on dates TBD. Click here to sign up. If none of these times are convenient for you, please email Marissa at email@example.com. Bringing a rough draft is strongly encouraged. If you bring a rough draft fewer than 1,000 words, please sign up only for a 30-minute time slot. Please do not sign up for more than one hour total in a two-week period.
PATHWAYS TO COMPLETION
Regent programs offer you a measure of flexibility. To help you plan your studies, choose your courses, and complete your degree in a timely manner, we've devised a set of pathways with recommended courses and timelines for each program.
The Pathways document below will give you general information to help make your own study plan, and then it will provide more detailed information about the various programs and concentrations. If you have additional questions, please consult our Academic Advisor.
Note: If you are an MCS or MDiv student who was admitted prior to Fall 2013, you may complete the program requirements in effect when you were admitted. See the FAQ below for commonly asked questions.
Newly Admitted to Regent?
Twice a year, we offer an Introduction to Theological Language class. View the event page for more information.