The University of Redlands seeks to provide a safe, supportive environment for Native students so they may receive individual attention and a high quality education, while enjoying a campus community rich in opportunities.
Native Student Programs (NSP) addresses higher education retention and access issues as they affect Native American college students, youth, and their families in Southern California and beyond. NSP also seeks to create and sustain a visible and vibrant Native American culture at the University of Redlands, academically connected to the growing Native American Studies program. Participation in NSP is welcome to all students. Events and services include volunteer opportunities, guest speakers, cultural programming, and more.
Native Student Programs is located on the first floor of the Hunsaker University Center.
No matter what their major, minor, or emphasis, Native students may explore Native American topics through the following courses:
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Excellence in Leadership Scholarship
At Redlands, more than 90% of students receive financial aid in the form of scholarships and/or grants each year. Native American students are eligible to apply for the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Excellence in Leadership Scholarship, a scholarship to help develop future leaders in Native American communities.
Native students are encouraged to download the application and apply for this scholarship. In order to receive the scholarship for the Spring 2018 semester, the application must be turned into Native Student Programs by November 1, 2017. For more information on this scholarship, contact Native Student Programs at 909-748-8287.
NSP is made possible by the support of San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.
For more information on Native American Studies, please contact Larry Gross.
Sadie Red Wing
Native Student Programs