We're delighted to have you at Regent's! Whether you need advise with your studies or you're looking for the next event on campus, you'll be able to find it all here.
Access Student Hub using your Regent's login details or visit the Hub on the ground floor of Acland building.
The Student Union is the official representative body for all students attending Regent’s University London. If you’re enrolled at the University, you are automatically a member of the Student Union.
Need IT help? Contact the IT Service Desk
The new MyRegent’s brings important information to your fingertips, such as:
Use Upay to manage cashless accounts via your Regent's ID card. Visit www.shib.upay.co.uk and login via the Regent’s University London OpenAthens page.
Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7487 7449
Blackboard is our virtual learning environment (VLE), where you will find learning materials for your modules and where you can submit your coursework online. Your module leaders or tutors will let you know what is available on Blackboard for their respective modules.
Blackboard also gives you access to a range of other useful resources such as the Lynda.com software training system, as well as Academic Skills support, and Library resources including online books, journals, databases and RULDiscovery.
To access Blackboard, go to blackboard.regents.ac.uk and log in with your username and password.
For help with using Blackboard, pick up an information sheet in the library, download the Blackboard Guide for Students, or contact the IT Service Desk on: +44 (0)20 7487 7479 or email@example.com
You can access your module materials from your smartphone or tablet using the Bb Student by Blackboard app.
To download and start using the Blackboard app:
The Student Registry provides a comprehensive service to all Regent's students from enrolment to graduation, and administrative support for all the University programmes.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Student Registry Acland Ground Floor
+44 (0)203 075 6149
This statement outlines the support and guidance available so as to enable students to understand both external examiner reports and University responses to issues raised in those reports.