The Deep Roots Wide Reach Campaign is an investment in the future flourishing of Regent College and its mission. By God’s grace and through the generosity of Regent’s global community, the campaign raised $22.5 million in cash and estate gift pledges. These gifts will help fund Regent’s work of providing Christ-centred, life-transforming theological education for many years to come.

Announcing a Successful Conclusion

Celebration & Gratitude


The following are just some of the projects made possible by generous donors to the Deep Roots Wide Reach Campaign. From helping students and caring for our building to hiring faculty and refreshing degree programs, the projects funded by this campaign are helping Regent dig deeper into God’s calling while reaching out to the whole people of God.

Caring for Place

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Regent’s building is almost 35 years old. It’s well used and well loved, but it needs some work. Through the Caring for Place project, hundreds of alumni and friends—and one very generous matching gift donor—provided $500,000 toward key upgrades and upkeep of our building.

More about Caring for Place

Digital Reach

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Christians around the world are hungry for thoughtful, engaging theological resources. An improved internet connection (completed in 2022) and a major website upgrade (coming soon!) will help us make more great resources available to the Regent community and the global church.

More about Digital Reach

New Scholarships

& Financial Aid

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One of the top priorities of this campaign was to make Regent more affordable for students. With the introduction of over a dozen new scholarships and additional funding for general financial aid, Regent will be able to offer more financial support to students than ever before.

Spotlight on New Scholarships


David Paul at work in the chapel

Regent's Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology & Society is an innovative degree program that's transforming students' minds, lives, and work. An endowment gift to the campaign is helping to secure this program's long-term future.

Reflections from MALTS Grads



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This new faculty position, funded in perpetuity by a generous endowment gift, embodies Regent’s commitment to equipping lay people for thoughtful, theologically engaged service in every area of society. As the inaugural Stevens Chair, Dr. David Robinson leads Regent’s MALTS program and Marketplace Theology concentration.

Get to Know David Robinson


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Dr. Mark Glanville and Regent’s new Pastoral Formation Team are working to refresh and strengthen Regent’s MDiv program with a focus on cultivating the spiritual health and formation of students and pastors.

About the MDiv Refresh



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A generous legacy gift funded the creation of a new pastoral theology position in 2020. As Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology, Dr. Mark Glanville leads Regent’s MDiv program and works to equip and encourage pastors within and beyond the Regent community.

Hear from Mark Glanville