Regent University hits enrollment milestone

Is it possible to increase enrollment by 83 percent? Absolutely. Just ask CampusLogic customer Regent University. With national enrollment numbers declining for the past two years, Regent increased its enrollment across all eight campuses during the past two years by 37 percent.

8,000: An enrollment milestone

Enrollment for March 2016 reached a record 8,000 students, representing an increase of 26 percent over 2015. New enrollments increased an impressive 83 percent. Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riaño, Regent’s executive vice president for academic affairs, attributes the sustained growth to several factors, including expanding academic programs by nearly 50 percent over the past two years and transforming operations to focus on the student experience.

Dr. Moreno-Riaño predicts that growth will continue, “It positions the University for stronger future growth, broader academic reach, a more robust financial position and, most importantly, a more extensive reach of the university’s mission to educate Christian leaders to change the world.”

About Regent University

Founded in 1978, Regent University offers courses both on campus and online, balancing a rigorous academic environment with a faith-based context. On a mission to develop Christian Leadership to Change the World, Regent is recognized as offering a Top 20 Best Online Bachelor’s Program by U.S. News & World Report, 2016.

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