Choosing a college is a big decision. Taking the next step in your athletic career is a big deal too. Fill out a recruitment form, connect with a coach and find out if Bulldog Athletics is the right fit for you.
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Our 10 men's and 11 women's teams contend for conference championships in the SCIAC and vie for national opportunities in NCAA Division lll.
Winning in the classroom comes before winning on the field. Discover a subject you'll love and find out more about paying for college.
Ready to see your world in a whole new way? Our 40-plus undergraduate programs are backed by a rich liberal arts foundation that will broaden your horizons.
Investing in a quality education may be one of the most important decisions you and your family will ever make. Student Financial Services is here to help you reach your goals.
Apply using the Common Application. The freshman "early action" deadline is Nov. 15. The regular decision deadline is on Jan. 15. We process fall transfer applications on a space-available basis. Transfer applicants should apply by March 1 for the fall term and by Nov. 1 for the spring term.
Your chance of getting financial assistance is good. About 93 percent of undergrads received some form of assistance during the 2014-15 academic year. Redlands students received more than $86 million from university, federal, state and private sources that year. The amount you can receive through academic merit and achievement scholarships is based on your academic profile, which the Admissions Office receives during the application process.
Redlands has several ways to help make your education affordable. In addition to merit-based aid, which is based on academic performance, you can apply for grants, loans and work study awards. We encourage you to submit the FAFSA to apply for financial aid as soon as possible after January 2. The deadline is March 2.
No. The NCAA prohibits making training mandatory during the summer for any intercollegiate athletic team.
No. University of Redlands, like all NCAA Division III institutions, does not award aid based on athletics, but we do provide help based on academic merit and financial need. In fact, about 90 percent of our students receive some form of financial aid.
The University of Redlands is an NCAA Division III institution, which provides for passionate participation in a competitive athletic environment, in which student-athletes excel and build upon their academic success with new challenges and life skills. The three cornerstone principles of Division III are discover, develop and dedicate. Learn more by visiting the NCAA website.