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Admissions & Aid

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Whether you are joining us from a community college, another four-year institution, or are returning to school for the first time in years, we welcome students from varied academic backgrounds. Designed to fit your needs, the University of Redlands offers small class sizes, personalized education, and many internship and study abroad opportunities. Choose one of the distinct pathways below to start paving the way to your future.

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A pathway with evening classes one night per week

Earn a bachelor's degree in business by taking evening classes that accommodate your work schedule. 

  • Earn your bachelor's degree from the School of Business.
  • Designed for professionals and students who may be working full-time during the day—students attend classes one night a week, one class at a time, for eight weeks. 
  • Offered at seven convenient campus locations throughout Southern California, and at select community college and corporate partner locations.
  • Rolling application deadlines with six starting dates each year.
  • 77 percent of entering transfer students to the School of Business receive financial aid.

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A pathway for full-time students

Earn a bachelor's degree by taking classes full time in a traditional learning environment. 

  • Choose from more than 40 programs of study in the College of Arts and Sciences, including pathways toward a career in teaching. 
  • Students attend full time, usually taking four classes per semester, with most classes offered between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
  • Offered at the main Redlands campus.
  • March 1 and November 1 application deadlines for Fall and Spring semesters.
  • 90 percent of all entering transfer students to the College of Arts and Sciences receive financial aid.

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Connecting students to a world of opportunity

The University of Redlands is an accredited, private, nonprofit university that connects students to a world of opportunity, geared toward their passions and potential. Founded in 1907, the Redlands campus offers more than 40 undergraduate programs, as well as 30 graduate programs in business, communication sciences and disorders, education, geographic information science, and music. In addition to an uncommonly beautiful 160-acre main residential campus, the University also provides innovative programs at convenient places and times for working professionals.