Student Life

Policies

Students study in the Stauffer Complex.

The best way to understand our policies is to read them and ask questions. Contact us to talk about them.

The University of Redlands is a residential campus, and as such, all students are required to live on campus and abide by University policies. For exceptions to the on-campus requirement, please visit our Off Campus Approval Process page. 

Residence Life and Housing Policies abide by federal, state, and local laws, as well as all University policies and codes of Community Standards. All policies are developed to create a safe, healthy living and learning environment for all students.

All students are responsible for University policies whether they are on or off campus, during the semester or outside of it. Upon entering a residence hall on campus, any individual, including a non-student, is also responsible for policies that are specific to our residential communities. This includes all faculty, staff, administrators, and outside guests.

In addition, every student must agree to our Room & Board Contract in order to live within our residence halls or apartments. They are responsible for all information contained within this contract, which can be found as a part of the Campus Resource Guide & Policy Handbook.

To learn more about the overarching policies and values governing the University of Redlands, please consult the Code of Student Conduct.  

All of these documents and other policy and procedural information may also be found on the Office of Student Conduct webpage.


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