About Summer Programs

Our Campus

Regent is a tightly-knit community under one roof, located at the heart of one of Canada’s largest universities in a gorgeous, thriving metropolis. It’s the best of both worlds: a place to be known with access to every possible amenity.

Summer Programs shifted online in 2020 in response to the global COVID-19 crisis. This summer, we're continuing to provide comprehensive online access to our courses so students can keep enjoying great theological education no matter what. Limited on-campus access may also be available for some courses if local circumstances permit.

Regent College


Students and faculty often say Regent is “just the right size.” It’s a safe community with quiet corners for learning, while our grounds are perfect for soaking up sun or strolling through forests.

We have one of Canada’s most sophisticated theological libraries, our 200-seat chapel hosts thought-leaders from around the world, our Dal Schindell Gallery attracts art-lovers, and our True North wind tower draws curious engineers.

Whether picking up a title from our beloved Regent Bookstore or connecting over cappuccinos at our very own café, The Well, visitors come from all over to spend time at Regent.


  • Regent College main building and the True North wind tower.
    Regent College main building and the True North wind tower
  • The Regent College atrium
    The Regent College atrium
  • The Regent College chapel
    The Regent College chapel
  • The community gathers for chapel at Regent College
    The community gathers for chapel at Regent College
  • The Lookout Gallery
    The Lookout Gallery
  • The John Richard Allison Library
    The John Richard Allison Library
  • The Well coffee bar
    "The Well" coffee bar

University of British Columbia


Regent students have all the benefits of one of the world’s greatest universities, on possibly the most spectacular campus in Canada.

Surrounded by ocean beaches and lush rainforest, there is much to discover on UBC’s grounds: bursting gardens, panoramic ocean views, acres of athletic fields, coffee shops, pubs, BC’s best museum of anthropology, and a world-class concert hall that hosts everything from symphonies to TED Talks.


  • Regent College main building and the True North wind tower.
    The UBC Walter C. Koerner library (illuminated), with Georgia Straight in the background. Photo credit: UBC
  • The Regent College atrium
    The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts. Burrard Inlet, Bowen Island, and the Tantalus Mountains are in the background. Photo credit: Martin Dee & UBC Public Affairs.
  • The Regent College chapel
    The UBC clock tower stands in front of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, which is built around the refurbished core of the 1925 UBC Main Library. Photo credit: UBC
  • The community gathers for chapel at Regent College
    The popular UBC Rose Garden, famous for its spectacular views across Burrard Inlet and Georgia Straight. Photo credit: Martin Dee & UBC Public Affairs.

Vancouver


It’s no mystery why Vancouver is repeatedly named one of the world’s most livable cities. Bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Coastal Mountain Range, it’s one of the few cities in which you could feasibly go snowboarding and sailing on the same day.

The city is half an hour from local ski hills and two hours from Whistler-Blackcomb—perfect in the summer months as well as ski-season for hiking, mountain biking, or simply soaking in the beauty. South of Vancouver, Seattle is a short day-trip away. For a weekend adventure, you can drive a few hours inland to taste wine in the Okanagan or take a short ferry to any number of coastal islands.

Vancouver is a hub of culture with an established music scene, theatre district, and excellent art galleries. It’s also known for some pretty great microbrews, and an explosion of culinary options from around the world, thanks to a very international population. Vancouver is incredibly diverse—much like Regent itself!

This is also a complex city. Amidst much beauty and prosperity, there is significant poverty. There are many opportunities for students to serve struggling neighbours, practice social justice, and live out their calling to be Christ in the world.


  • The trees of Stanley Park mirror the downtown Vancouver skyline.
    The trees of Stanley Park mirror the downtown Vancouver skyline. Photo credit: Ken McAllister
  • The view of downtown Vancouver from Stanley Park, looking across Coal Harbour.
    The view of downtown Vancouver from Stanley Park, looking across Coal Harbour. Photo credit: Ken McAllister.
  • False Creek, with the Burrard Bridge in the background.
    False Creek, with the Burrard Bridge in the background.
  • The community gathers for chapel at Regent College
    Spanish Banks beaches, looking towards downtown Vancouver. Photo credit: Ken McAllister.
  • The community gathers for chapel at Regent College
    Spanish Banks beaches, with West Vancouver, Bowen Island, and the Tantalus Mountains in the background. Photo credit: Ken McAllister.
  • The community gathers for chapel at Regent College
    A windsurfer flies across the waters of English Bay. Photo credit: Ken McAllister.