School of Education Student Forms

Credential Forms

If you have successfully completed a credential program, you are eligible to apply for the credential. Click on the appropriate Credential Application below. Complete the application (and attached verification forms, if necessary) and return to the Credential Analyst. Your original signature is needed on the application; therefore, you may mail your (hard copy) application (University of Redlands, School of Education, Attn: Credential Analyst, P.O. Box 3080, Redlands, CA 92373) or bring it to the School of Education Office. Please read all instructions carefully so you will understand the recommendation and issuance process. After we have recommended you for the credential, you may contact the Commission on Teacher Credentialing, if you have questions concerning the issuance process.


Academic Review Board Petition (ARB)

The Academic Review Board Petition form is available on the University Registrar's Forms & Resources page. Contact the Registrar's Office at (909) 748-8341 with any questions.

Institutional Review Board Forms (IRB)

If you are looking for forms, due dates, or other IRB information, the University of Redlands IRB webpage click on the link below. You can find a copy of the University's IRB Guidelines, a copy of the IRB application form for the use of human participants, a copy of the IRB application form for using animals in research or teaching, and links to information about IRBs and ethics in research. If you cannot find what you're looking for or have any questions, please e-mail the Chair of the IRB. The current IRB consists of Francisco Silva (Chair of IRB), Rasool Azari (School of Business), Dan Wacks (Natural Sciences), Ross Mitchell (School of Education), Milo Scherer (non-university representative), Catherine Salmon (Social Sciences), and John Walsh (Humanities).

University of Redlands' Institutional Review Board (IRB)

If you have questions regarding which forms to complete, contact the School of Education at (909) 748-8064 or use the contact email links provided.

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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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