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Unfortunately, a lot ofAveragePsychology
Unfortunately, a lot of what was "promised" to me by this school was completely ignored later on. They did not inform me of payments, loans, or even that they took away my funding until it was too late in the year to properly apply for other loans.
1st Year Female -- Class 1920
Friendliness: A, Education Quality: C-
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This is a Humanistic school teaching far offNot so brightPsychology
This is a Humanistic school teaching far off principles. I cannot find a single sound biblical teaching so far. The books (who chose the books!!!) are indoctrination and propaganda. Making of the Christian Mind is the start of altering a biblically sound mind into new age, self god, mysticism, humanism.

You will find that if you attempt to disagree with unbiblical ideals brought forth in the books, video and hand outs, it will be counted against you. They want you to read the books and to absorb the foolish teachings within them and then report back in writing in support of Regent's study material, NOT the bible.

Video teaching and other methods of learning online come from controversial and liberal "pastors" and similar leaders. I am beyond shocked and disappointed.

1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Friendliness: B+, Faculty Accessibility: F
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I transferred to Regent to pursue a Bachelor'sBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I transferred to Regent to pursue a Bachelor's degree online. I do not suggest their online school to anyone, it is hard to navigate and confusing due to the lay out and the fact that every class has different deadlines. The day the course ended was even confusing. I had problems from day one, including issues with general enrollment and email accessibility. Instructors do not interact with students enough through the announcement tool. The Google based email is ineffective because you actually have to log in to daily to see notifications and not logging in one day can be the difference between passing and failing. The admin department is also extremely sluggish.

Also, the classes are not updated and there are duplicate assignments that do not apply the gradebook. Expectations for major assignments are not well defined and I found myself free winging major papers in hopes I understood correctly. It?s difficult enough not being in a classroom and having access to a professor.

The school is extremely closed minded and your grade will be marked down if you are not a religious robot. It's supposedly a non-denominational school but that is clearly a lie. My tolerance of the Gay community was not accepted in a forum and was criticized by the instructor. Yes the bible is against it but I will not show contempt for the LGBT community. I felt like I was being brainwashed and it was uncomfortable. Maybe I should have expected that but like I said, Regent advertises itself as Non-denominational.

I do not like being negative but I want to warn anyone thinking of attending Regent's online classes be prepared for sub-par support and a poor quality experience. Basically, this was the worst online college I have ever attended. I just finished my first and LAST term at Regent's online school.

1st Year Female -- Class 2019
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Education Quality: F
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