There are some modern Arminians (not all) who do not agree with some of what Arminius taught. Some of them have been on Old CARM. These ones are closer to semi-Pelagian than the original Arminians were. They teach that "prevenient grace" enables man to believe the gospel; but, they do not go as far as Arminius' statement:
“Arminius describes the Spirit’s operation in the following terms: ‘. . . a new light and knowledge of God and Christ, and of the Divine Will, have been kindled in his mind; and . . . new affections, inclinations and motions agreeing with the law of God, have been excited in his heart, and new powers have been produced [ingeneratae] in him. . . .
“[Then,] being liberated from the kingdom of darkness, and being now made ‘light in the Lord’ (Eph. 5:8) he understands the true and saving Good; that, after the hardness of his stony heart has been changed into the softness of flesh, . . . he loves and embraces that which is good, just, and holy; and that, being made capable [potens] in Christ, co-operating now with God he prosecutes the Good which he knows and loves, and he begins himself to perform it in deed. But this, whatever it may be of knowledge, holiness and power, is all begotten within him by the Holy Spirit. . . .”
Arminius' statement is very close to what men call "Calvinism", re. regeneration.