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Regent Announces Partnership to Reach Minority Students
Regent University Hosts Biblical Treasure Trove
The 700 Club's Terry Meeuwsen takes one of the first tours of the brand new Regent University Chapel with Regent President Dr. Carlos Campo.
Educators Hopeful over Future of Christian Colleges
Christian higher education finds itself in a spiritual fight because of an America that's becoming increasingly secular. These schools face hostility and tough economic times, but educators are optimistic about the future.
Should Christians 'Forget the Church, Follow Jesus?'
The progress of Hispanic students in the U.S. is declining, but Christian colleges offer a learning environment important to their culture.
The newly appointed president talks about his plans for the university.
7 Days Ablaze Chapel Service: September 10, 2010
Regent President Carlos Campo speaks to the CBN staff.during 7 Days ABlaze.
He's passionate about education and committed to his students. Meet Dr. Campo, President of Regent University.
Watch Carlos Campo in this highlight from CBN’s Week of Prayer Chapel service on April 27, 2010, with Gordon Robertson.
CBN Staff joins together to pray for requests sent in by our partners. Today's guest speaker is Carlos Campos, the president-elect and vice president of Academic Affairs at Regent University.
Regent University President Carlos Campo discusses details about the special Global Day of Worship happening this Friday. Plus, Mario Torres shares his story of a how being a Cuban immigrant with an identity crisis led him to the cross.
Regent University's President will discuss the upcoming Global Day of Worship this Friday, 11/11/11.
Pat Robertson brings another offering from his Secret Kingdom series and Regent University's Dr. Alan Arroyo and Dr. Carlos Campo join Pat to discuss the importance of The Secret Kingdom principles and how they can be applied in educational settings.
Dr. Carlos Campo and Alan Arroyo, Ed.D will discuss how Regent University faculty have adapted the principles of Pat Robertson's “The Secret Kingdom” to teach educators how to use faith to improve any educational setting.
Chick-fil-A's Dan Cathy Addresses Regent Grads