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For more than 30 years, Regent College has been a unique place to study. Continuing the vision of its founders, Regent takes seriously the education, nurturing and equipping of the laity—the whole people of God—to live and work as servant leaders in vocations within the home, the marketplace, and the church. Regent encourages a vibrant Christianity that affirms the primacy of personal godliness and the importance of spiritual and intellectual integration in all walks of life. To this end, the College also prepares Christian leaders who will further this mission through the ministry of the local congregation.

ATS Accreditation Status: Accredited

5800 University Boulevard
Vancouver, BC V6T 2E4

Phone: 604-224-3245, 800-663-8664
Fax: 604-224-3097

Rod Wilson, President Ph: 604-221-3318
Paul Spencer Williams, Academic Dean Ph: 604-221-3322

Denomination: Inter/Multidenominational

Fall 2010 Data:
Enrollment: 508 (269.2 FTE)
Faculty Full-Time: 13
Faculty Part-Time: 25

Approved Degrees: MDiv, MCS, ThM

Comprehensive distance education program: yes

3 Reviews

  1. My time at Regent has been a life changing experience. I have been pushed to think about God, faith, work, church, and beyond in new and integrative ways. I would recommend anyone looking for an excellent community that will push you to understand your faith more fully come to Regent.

  2. I took a few courses at Regent for credit toward my degree at another school. They were top notch and the professors had a breadth on Christian tradition I have not seen elsewhere. The courses were challenging but very good.

  3. Regent College helped me integrate my faith and my work and to think deeply and theologically about all of life. I came with questions I wanted to explore, and it was a safe place to question some of my underlying assumptions that I’d grown up with and had taken for granted. I learned a ton about the Bible, the history of Christianity, and Theology, but I also learned to be a better friend, to know myself better, to trust God more, to be more comfortable with not knowing all the answers. My time at Regent was immensely transformative for my life and my relationship with God.

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