Regent's American College London

Regent's American College London (RACL) is one of five academic institutions that form Regent’s College. The other institutions are the European Business School, Regent’s Business School, Webster Graduate School and the School of Psychotherapy and Counseling Psychology.


London, a metropolitan area of 6-7 million, is located in the southeastern part of England. The college is centrally located in the city center, inside of Regents Park, about three blocks from the Baker Street tube station.

Student Body

The student body consists of approximately 3,000 students from 80 different countries. Students study at one of the five teaching institutions that comprise Regent's College.


Dormitory-style living in one of two residence halls on campus: Reid's Hall houses 200 students and Oliver Hall houses 24 students.


Regents follows the American academic year with two semesters and a summer term. Fall term begins in late August and ends before Christmas. Spring term begins in mid-January and ends in early May.

Curriculum/Special Features

A liberal arts college with courses similar to Lycoming, Regent’s American College London also has an extensive internship program. Classes are held Monday through Thursday, offering three-day weekends for exploring, travel and recreational opportunities.


Spring 2013  (January 17 - May 5, 2013)                      

  •    Investment:  
    • Tuition and fees per semester  $8,310
    • Room/Board per semester, single occupancy   $6,578
    • Room/Board per semester, double occupancy   $5,320
    • Room/Board per semester, triple occupancy    $4,904

Students interested in any of these programs should contact:
Philip Witherup
Acting Coordinator of Study Abroad and Travel Courses