The University of Redlands is a learning environment without limitations. For our engaged, inquisitive students, it is more than just college—it's home.
Within easy driving distance from both the beaches and the mountains, our main campus features orange groves, stunning architectural landmarks and more than 1,700 trees. Learn more
For the highly motivated—and uncontrollably curious—the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies lets you craft a unique, interdisciplinary program to fit your academic interests.
Ready for exciting internships, applied research, community service learning, off-campus study and more? We offer customized experiential learning opportunities to help you grow.
Ever imagined studying in Austria? Or Spain? How about China? We’re one of the nation’s top colleges for study abroad programs, with more than 48 percent of our students participating in travel study opportunities.
You’ll feel it inside the classroom and walking around campus: Redlands is a tightly knit community, the kind where personal attention fosters personal growth.
History professor James Sandos uses GIS software and digital tools to exhume stories from the past.
Luna Oul‘15 shares how his time at Redlands prepared him for graduate studies in medicine.
Flat Fish, written by Sean Dunnington ’19, was one of 10 staged readings at the Fresh Grind Festival in New York.
Attend an upcoming Transfer Application Overview Session to learn how to transfer from a community college or four-year institution.
Shaun King, prominent voice in the Black Lives Matter movement to speak on racism, social justice and equality.
Featuring talks by popular children’s book authors and illustrators, this conference explores how to bring the joy of reading to children grades K-8.
February 23, 2017