Assessment at the University of Redlands is motivated by a commitment to improve the institution’s effectiveness in fostering student learning within the framework of our liberal arts mission. Assessment of student learning is controlled by the faculty, via the elected Educational Assessment Committee. By defining clear outcomes for programs, collecting evidence of learning, and interpreting qualitiative and quantitative data, faculty engage in continuous improvement of student learning.

The links to the left provide detailed information for faculty, students, and other visitors about the assessment processes at the University of Redlands and how assessment is used to improve educational effectiveness.

General Reports:

Summary of National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)

Graduation and Retention Data

Fall 2013 Institutional Data Book 

Fall 2012 Institutional Data Book 

Fall 2011 Institutional Data Book

Quick Statistics:

Fall 2013

Fall 2012

Fall 2011

Enrollment Reports:

Fall 2011     

Fall 2010

There are more than 1,700 trees on the University of Redlands campus.

In April 2010, it was designated a Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. Redlands is among just three other colleges or universities in California to receive this designation.

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