How do you search for colleges? What should the essay be about? How does financial aid work? These questions and more will be answered during our week-long Prospective Student Webinar Series, offered each month through August. While some sessions are specific to learning more about the University of Redlands, others are general workshops to help you navigate the admissions process. We know there is a lot of information out there and we want to be partners with you in this journey. We hope to see you online. Past essions are recorded and can be accessed here.
Save the Date - July Prospective Student Week: July 27 - 31
Some past sessions include:
University of Redlands has been educating the heart and mind since 1907. Recognized by Fiske's Guide to Colleges as "one of higher ed's best kept secrets," we invite you to learn more about our academics, student life, and alumni success.
Breaking Down Financial Aid
FAFSA? EFC? NPC? What do these all mean? Join us to learn more about how financial aid works and how Redlands makes a degree affordable and attainable in four years. Over 90% of students receive some form of financial aid.
Tuesday, June 16 at 6:00 p.m.
¡Si se puede! Prepárese entre familia para la universidad
Aprenda más sobre el proceso de admisión en la Universidad de Redlands y como usted y su estudiante se pueden preparar. También hablaremos sobre las becas y la ayuda financiera.
Wednesday, June 17 at 12:00 p.m.
All Things Essays: Part I
As you get started with your college essay/personal statement, questions arise: What is the purpose of the essay? How do you choose a topic? What's a "good" topic? Join this workshop to learn how the essay fits into the application, brainstorm topic ideas, and think about what's important to include in your essay or application. Have pen and paper ready to start brainstorming!
The Big Search Part I: Where do I begin?
There are over 5,000 colleges in the United States alone, so how does one even start their search? Join us as we share some resources, tips, and tricks to researching colleges.
"What Education Would You Build for Yourself" A Review of the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies
Did you know at Redlands you can create your own major? Join Maggie Ruopp, Resident Director in the Johnston community, as she provides information about the opportunities for independent and interdisciplinary learning available through the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies.
College Pioneers: 1st Generation for College Session
More than 30% of our entering class identifies as first-generation. Join us to learn more about the admissions process as a first generation college student. Who do you turn to for resources? How do you connect with colleges? Discover the resources that the University offers specifically for first-generation college students.
International Admissions Overview
What is it like to study in the U.S.? How do I prepare for the admissions process? Am I eligible for Scholarships? Kenley Jones, Director for International Recruitment, will share answers to these and more in this session.
Join Abbi and Spencer, as they take you on a tour of campus and share some of their personal Redlands stories.