Success Stories


Erika Paddock 06' 15'

Ericka Paddock '06 and '15 has a story of leadership and persistence.  She indicates the constant support received from her family and friends - as well as a desire to never stop learning - propelled her to earn her doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Redlands.  Read her story.

Michael Gutierrez '11 -- Using His Degree to Teach in China  

Michael Gutierrez received his M.A. in Education (Counseling) in 2010 and his Single Subject Teaching Credential (General Science) in 2011 at the University of Redlands. He currently teaches at the Sino-Canadian International High School at Xingtai No. 1 High School in Xingtai, Hebei Province, People's Republic of China. Read his story.





Students and Alumni of the School of Education share their success stories

The Ed.D. program exceeds Maureen Lofton's expectations.

Through the Ed.D. program, Alan Kay discovers a clearer vision of his role as an administrator.

For Erick Witherspoon, the Ed.D program is about justice and equity for students.

Alumna Sabine Robertson Phillips recruits Redlands graduates for a reason.

For alumnus Andrew Mitchell, The School of Education was a transforming experience.

At the School of Education, student Branson Bradley finds a lot of support.

For alumna Heidi Buesing, the School of Education proved to be the best possible choice.

Alumna Sabine Robertson Phillips remembers Redlands as the best four years of her life.

In Vicki's class, self-reflection is part of the curriculum.

Alumna Josian Beckles found the School of Education to be the perfect place to ask questions, gain experience, and learn from extraordinary people.

Adam Sipe recently applied to the University of Redlands School of Education to receive his MA in counseling, hoping to reach out to and help youth overcome the hardships they face.

Cogeneration Plant
Cogeneration Plant

The state-of-the-art power facility enables the University to produce a majority of its own energy and has reduced the campus’s carbon footprint by 33 percent.

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