In our inclusive, multicultural, and welcoming community, you can get involved in athletics, outdoor programs, student government, Greek life, clubs, music, or theatre. Toshi Kosins '20 immersed himself in the Redlands community by participating in activities that helped him become a better leader.
Whether you’re passionate about studying a specific topic or designing your own emphasis through the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies, a Redlands education is yours to create. Sabrina James '21 and Kamal Bilal '18 explored their passions by creating their own degrees.
As a Redlands Bulldog, you can contribute to the local community and the wider world through research, volunteering, student teaching, internships, or study abroad. Jacob Miner '20, 2019-2020 ASUR Student Body President, embodies the true Bulldog spirit with his dedication to his activities, including an internship with the Redlands Symphony Orchestra.
At Redlands, you will gain the ability to collaborate effectively, think critically, and express yourself clearly and creatively. Giselle Martinez '20 is mastering these important skills by using the world as her classroom.
Nearly 90% of our recent graduates were employed or pursuing an advanced degree one year after graduation. Supported by small-classes and faculty mentorship, Angel Blue '05 is using her education on stage at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City.
Join more than 2,400 current students, and more than 50,000 Redlands alumni from around the world by becoming a Bulldog for Life! Inspired by his commencement speaker, whom he later met and interned for, Blaz Gutierrez '01 is making a difference in his local community.