The Chancellor’s Message

November 21, 2022 0 comments
Dr. M.G. “Pat” Robertson, Founder, Chancellor & CEO Regent University.

Dear Friend,

This adventure in Christian higher education began in 1977 after God told me: “Build a school for My glory.” Fast-forward 45 years, Regent University has become a leading center of Christian thought and action. By remaining true to our mission of equipping Christian leaders to change the world, we are providing excellent education through a biblical perspective and global context by integrating faith and learning.

The fall semester marks a special milestone in our history—the 40th anniversary of the School of Divinity. Since its inception in 1982, the school has trained thousands of pastors, preachers and ministers to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. By the grace of God, the school has become one of the fastest-growing seminaries in America. 

What is even more exciting is the impact our School of Divinity students and graduates are having in their communities and around the world. Regent students like Mario Samaniego, an ordained Baptist minister who stepped out in faith to serve the families of Uvalde, Texas, in the wake of the horrific shootings at Robb Elementary. And pioneering leaders like alumnus Mark Batterson, the lead pastor for National Community Church (NCC) in Washington, D.C. With eight locations, Outreach Magazine has recognized NCC as one of the Most Innovative and Most Influential Churches in America. 

Your faithful prayers and generous financial gifts help ensure that Regent remains one of the most influential and transformational Christian universities in the world. Alumni and friends like you make it possible for our faculty and staff to provide future Christian leaders with an outstanding, biblically grounded education so they can pursue lives of service, purpose and significance. Thank you for your friendship and support.


Dr. M.G. “Pat” Robertson
Founder, Chancellor & CEO
Regent University

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