Prospective Students

Before You Apply

Students rock climbing in Joshua Tree National Park

We know that Redlands is a special place. The campus community is known as a friendly one, where differences are embraced and students have the freedom to express themselves openly. Our professors recognize that learning goes beyond the classroom, and often can be found hosting events in their homes, eating lunch with groups of students or encouraging them to have their own out-of-class discussions and gatherings to explore and debate material introduced in class.

We want to help you explore everything Redlands has to offer. For a snapshot of our highlights, check out the Why Redlands page. And for a peek at daily life for a Redlands student, check out "A Day in the Life... "

As you begin to organize your college search and application process, we’ve collect a few pages we think might be helpful:

Once you’re ready to apply, please visit our Apply Now page.

Quiet the Mind
meditation room

The University’s Meditation Room opened in 2007 and is one of the first “contemplative classroom” spaces in the country.

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