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Upcoming Events

Sep 20 2019 - 10:00am
This course is taught on Friday mornings at 10am-12pm for the first ten weeks of the semester. It is designed to help ESL students read and understand theological publications written in English. For further information, please see syllabus on Moodle. To sign-up, please log on to Regis.
Sep 24 2019 - 3:00pm
This workshop aims to help students who struggle to understand their professors in class by teaching listening skills. 
Sep 24 2019 - 4:00pm
This workshop aims to help students who struggle to understand their professors in class by teaching listening skills.   
Sep 26 2019 - 1:00pm
The Library Orientation workshop is an interactive session that introduces Regent students to the Allison Library, explaining what resources are available, how to search for sources, and where to find them. When & Where This workshop meets from 1-2pm in the Rix Family Computer Laboratory,... more
Sep 27 2019 - 10:00am
This course is taught on Friday mornings at 10am-12pm for the first ten weeks of the semester. It is designed to help ESL students read and understand theological publications written in English. For further information, please see syllabus on Moodle. To sign-up, please log on to Regis.
Oct 4 2019 - 10:00am
This course is taught on Friday mornings at 10am-12pm for the first ten weeks of the semester. It is designed to help ESL students read and understand theological publications written in English. For further information, please see syllabus on Moodle. To sign-up, please log on to Regis.
Oct 7 2019 - 1:00pm
This workshop aims to help students manage the large amounts of reading required for their graduate level courses by teaching them how to use the four levels of reading as described in the classic How to Read a Book by Van Doren and Adler, namely, elementary, inspectional, analytical, and... more
Oct 9 2019 - 1:00pm
The Library Orientation workshop is an interactive session that introduces Regent students to the Allison Library, explaining what resources are available, how to search for sources, and where to find them. When & Where This workshop meets from 1-2pm in the Rix Family Computer Laboratory,... more
Oct 10 2019 - 1:00pm
The Evaluating Sources workshop helps students know what to look for and how to interpret information about a source in order to determine its usefulness for research. This workshop is offered on September 17th, October 10th, and November 20th.  When & Where This workshop meets from 1-2pm in... more
Oct 11 2019 - 10:00am
This course is taught on Friday mornings at 10am-12pm for the first ten weeks of the semester. It is designed to help ESL students read and understand theological publications written in English. For further information, please see syllabus on Moodle. To sign-up, please log on to Regis.