The first symbol is the crown that represents Christ as King. Seven crowning points represent the number of perfection, inspiring the students to walk in Christ's love and under God's direction 7 days of the week.
A chain of fish has a three-fold meaning. Individually, a link represents the Icthus, a historic symbol of Christianity. Collectively, they join together symbolizing the strength we have when bonded together in our faith. Additionally, the chains represent the bondage of sin that was broken by our Savior at Calvary.
Veritas is Latin for "truth"; the very crux of one's studies at Regents.
The R's represent the name of Regents.
'O' is for Oxford. A namesake for Oxford, England and its renowned University, our community has a long-standing appreciation and respect for excellence in education, offering a nurturing setting for Classical studies. The 'O' also illustrates God's never-ending love for His children.
When all of the elements are formed together, a perfect cross is revealed at the center of the crest. Equally, Jesus Christ resides at the heart of all endeavors embraced by the students, faculty, staff and families of Regents.