Community College and Institutional Partnerships

Our goal for partnering with other higher education institutions is simple: increase the access and affordability of a University of Redlands degree. We have valued our partnerships and have a commitment to provide a quality education with strong focus on degree completion.

A - M

Abacus Overseas Education
Argosy University
AVR Consultants
Baylor College of Medicine, EdAssist
California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
Career Mosaic LTD
Coast Community College District Management Association
DeVry, Inc., EdCor
Enbee Education Center PVT LTD
GeeBee Education Pvt. Ltd.
International Group for Educational Consultancy
International Scholastic Group
Kanan International

N - Z

New Oriental
North Orange County Community College District
OH! Study
PAC Asia
Riverside Community College District
San Bernardino Community College District
San Diego Community College District
Stanford University, EdAssist
Study Metro
Tasc, EdAssist
UCLA Extension
University of Redlands
University of Redlands Marin Campus
University of Redlands School of Business
University of Redlands School of Education
WholeRen Education
Worldwide Education Services
Zenith Education Group, EdCor

Community College Students Transferring to the School of Business & Society:

The School of Business & Society now offers a 30% tuition reduction for students transferring from any California community college. This offer applies to students seeking a bachelor's degree from the School of Business & Society. To qualify, students must have earned 40 transferrable units, 21 of which must be completed at a California community college. Discounts begin on the first billing cycle after July 1, 2020 and do not apply retroactively. We offer guaranteed admission to the School of Business & Society bachelor’s degree program for those who meet the minimum requirements. Our partnerships with California community colleges provide a seamless pathway for qualified students to transfer and complete their degree.

Click here to see if the California community college you attended qualifies.