We are excited to welcome you to the University of Redlands. Scroll below to learn more about our community and how to join the Bulldog family.
Pay your $350 non-refundable enrollment deposit today. We are excited to welcome you to the University of Redlands!
Our community is full of cherished traditions. Click here to learn more about the many traditions and activities that students will be a part of throughout their four years!
Congratulations on committing to Redlands! There are several things to plan for and complete over the summer, from your New Student Checklist, to Orientation, and more. Click here for helpful links and information so you can prepare for the fall semester AND enjoy your summer break!
Connect one-on-one with a current student for a virtual tour. You'll have the opportunity to get a 360-degree view of some of our classrooms, and hear from your tour guide as to why they love calling Redlands home.
Now that you've been admitted to Redlands, you might have questions about what happens next. Join us for a live virtual session on April 28th at 4:00pm (PST) for answers to important questions, learn more about upcoming events/deadlines, and more! Can't attend the live session? Still RSVP and we will make the recording available after the event.
We're organizing virtual sessions to help you learn more about Redlands. Have questions about how financial aid works? RSVP for our live virtual session on April 21st at 4:00pm (PST) to learn more about the financial aid process and how to read your financial aid award letter.
Connect with other future bulldogs in our Class of 2026 page on Instagram. We can't wait to see who's #bulldogbound. Connect with us by using the hashtags #uradmitted, #redlands2026, and following @URedlands2026
Hailing from St. Louis, Missouri, Keylana was looking for an opportunity to live in California, where her dad is from. Redlands could connect her to her faculty in a way she hadn't experienced anywhere else. A summer study abroad trip to China, experiences in a variety of clubs and organizations, and a place in our honors program, Proudian, Keylana has been soaking up her Redlands experience.
Kolby was drawn to Redlands because of the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies, which offers students a unique one-of-a-kind program where they can design their own major. Kolby developed his Johnston emphasis (major) in themed entertainment design. He also has access to vast experiential and interdisciplinary opportunities at Redlands; watch his video to learn more.
Long Beach, California native, Montserrat chose Redlands because she felt cared for from the very beginning. After her First-Year Seminar and a health, medicine, and society course, she found herself changing her major from biology to public policy. She had found a major that combined her passions for advocacy and helping others.