Offices & Directories

Tuition & Scholarships for Undergraduates

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Student Financial Services maintains a billing account for each student at the University of Redlands. Items such as tuition, fees, and room and board will be included on your account. Financial aid for which you are eligible is transferred to your student account and reduces the amount that you have to pay.

Each student’s charges will vary depending on the student’s room selection, meal plan, and optional charges incurred. Below are the standard charges for the 2015-2016 school year.

Tuition (2015-16)
Fall, Spring and May terms
Room & Board
Double occupancy, standard meal plan
Associated Student Fee
Student activities
Matriculation Fee
One-time fee for all new students
Books and Supplies
This figure is an estimate.
Expenses vary with each individual student.
Annual Total $59,904

*Students must provide proof of personal major medical coverage before the start of each academic year for waiver of insurance costs. Fees are subject to change. The estimated insurance fee for the 2015-16 academic year is $1,690.

Scholarships & Talent Awards
University Merit and Talent Scholarships are awarded to students based on merit and/or talent. A portion of these scholarships are funded through the generous support of alumni and friends and are for tuition and fees only. Some scholarships are available regardless of financial need. Entering students apply for University scholarships via the University of Redlands Application for Admission or the Common Application.

If you have been awarded a University Grant, you may be eligible to receive a named, endowed or annual fund scholarship. These scholarships do not provide additional funding or change your financial aid package, but if selected, you will have the distinction of a named scholarship and receive recognition for your special qualifications. Completion of the following brief survey will increase your chance of receiving one of these scholarships:


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