The Office of Admissions at the University of Redlands stands in solidarity with our Black students, staff, faculty, administrators, colleagues, friends, and families. We believe that Black Lives Matter. As educators, we acknowledge the challenges faced by students of color in academia and we will work to uplift the voices and needs of our Black students so they may feel safe and welcomed at the University. We will continue to be a resource and build relationships and partnerships with community based organizations that work to provide college access to Black students. We commit to continue to educate ourselves, to advocate for justice, and work against racism and systems of oppression at our institution, in our communities, and in our country.
University of Redlands will shift to a test optional admissions process beginning with the fall 2021 application cycle.
For the safety and well-being of our community, the Office of Admissions will be closed and the team will be working remotely until further notice. Click below to connect with your admissions counselor if you have questions, or you are welcome to email us at email@example.com. We will be monitoring this inbox daily. Updated 5/4/2020
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