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Andrew Smaltz '00 & Lindsay Gunderlock-Smaltz '00

Andrew Gunderlock-Smaltz

Andrew Smaltz '00 and Lindsay Gunderlock Smaltz '00 met during their undergraduate years at the University of Redlands in the late 1990s.

While at Redlands, Andrew served as president of Alpha Gamma Nu, played soccer and later served as the first intern from the University at the Salzburg Semester in Austria. Lindsay was a member of Beta Lambda and Associated Students of the University of Redlands, a student-athlete and a member of the Spurs. Andrew and Lindsay fell in love at Redlands. In fact, after sending Lindsay on a treasure hunt around campus, Andrew proposed to her in front of the Administration Building.

“While I was at Redlands, I felt people really cared about me,” said Andrew. “And Dr. Art Svenson’s government class changed my life. The engagement I felt in his class catapulted my GPA and encouraged me to never stop learning. I even double majored in business and government. We had so many opportunities and a fantastic Redlands experience that we don’t hesitate in giving back to our alma mater.”  

Andrew and Lindsay are loyal leadership donors annually, providing support to current University of Redlands students. Andrew currently works as a director at the Royal Bank of Scotland in Chicago and Lindsay worked as a flight attendant with Southwest. The Smaltzes reside in Yorba Linda with their son, Dylan, and daughter Reagan.


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