VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Regent University is planning to reopen this fall with four unique methods to combat the coronavirus.
Regent’s Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riaño says now is the time for students to “develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities that will set them apart in a competitive job market” amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Regent’s four study options include studying online, gap year resources, and early college possibilities.
These are the four options:
Regent’s four study options include:
- Online: Study online with world-class academics, expert faculty, and exceptional support, and enjoy frozen tuition for the 2020-2021 academic year. Students who enroll for the Fall 2020 semester are also eligible for a Social Distancing ScholarshipTM.
- On-Campus: Study on campus and discover world-class academics, expert faculty, a beautiful university campus, engaging student activities, and exceptional support. Enjoy frozen tuition for the 2020-2021 academic year and Regent’s state-of-the-art health & safety plan to help students study on campus safely and with confidence.
- Stand in the Gap Year: 2020 high school graduates considering a gap year can enroll with non-degree status and earn up to 9 college credits at a deeply discounted rate of $250 per credit hour, plus semester fees.
- Early College: High school students ages 16 and up can take dual enrollment college classes for just $75 per credit hour during the Fall 2020 semester.
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