About the Alumni Association: The University of Redlands Alumni Association was founded in 1912 by Rachael Coolidge Price 1911 as a way for the University and its alumni to communicate with and serve one another. Today, the association engages alumni and the university in mutual service and communication to ensure continued excellence in the life of the university. This non-dues-paying organization includes graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business, School of Education, credential recipients, and individuals who completed a minimum of 24 units in the College of Arts and Sciences, but did not earn a degree before leaving the University.
Our Mission: The mission of the University of Redlands Alumni Association is to foster meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships that connect the University and all of its Alumni. The Association nurtures relationships among alumni by providing meaningful experiences that enrich the lives of alumni and present a positive image about the University and its graduates. Recognizing that learning is a lifelong process, in all of its activities, the Association is committed to maintaining and supporting the University of Redlands as a world-class institution of higher learning and academic excellence.
The Alumni Board is the governing body of the Alumni Association and provides strategic and guidance to the Office of Alumni and Community Relations on the best practices for promoting alumni engagement and enhancing the alumni experience.
Town and Gown is a non-profit organization whose activities and events involve and are of great interest to all University alumni, especially those in the Inland Empire. Learn more about how Town and Gown supports local scholarships and faculty with service grants. Membership is open to all; join today!
The Maroon & Grey Student Ambassadors (MGSA) group supports the goals of the Advancement Division and the Mission of the University of Redlands.