Prospective Students

Who Studies at the School of Education

Committed. Caring. Capable.

These are some of the words that best describe our School of Education students. Our students come from diverse demographic, professional and academic backgrounds. Some are drawn to education after careers in fields including business, the sciences, law enforcement or the military. Others are stay-home moms preparing to re-enter the workforce. Others are paraprofessionals eager to become teachers or counselors. Still others are teachers interested in becoming administrators, college professors, counselors or serving education through non-profits or other programming.

But above all, they are drawn to our School of Education because they have an interest in and commitment to education and social justice – the commitment that all students, regardless of their backgrounds, can and must be well served within our schools and communities.

University of Redlands School of Education students come from diverse demographic, professional and academic backgrounds and are dedicated individuals with an interest and commitment to education and social justice.

Profile of Students: 2012

Number of Students: 471
Doctoral: 46
Master's: 240
Credential: 185

Race & Ethnicity: 
African American: 7.1%
Asian: 2.6%
Hispanic: 35.4% 
Native American: 1.2%
White 45.9%
Declined to State 6.7%

Female: 69%
Male: 31%

What started as a freshman prank in 1913?
The giant R

The giant "R" seen on the mountain north of the University that is about one-third the size of the Quad.

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