In compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989, the University of Redlands provides extensive education and information programs to prevent substance and alcohol abuse. Information regarding these programs can be found in the Campus Safety Guide and Annual Crime and Fire Safety Report.
In order for the University of Redlands to maintain its high quality of education, it is essential that each employee perform to the best of their ability. There is evidence that the use of drugs impairs an employee's job performance and can create an unacceptable risk of error or injury. Accordingly, it is the policy of the University of Redlands to comply with the Drug‐Free Workplace Act of 1988. More information regarding the University's Drug-Free Workplace policy can be found here.
The University of Redlands’ immunization requirements are based on the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as the California Department of Public Health. Pursuant to SB 277, exemptions from required vaccinations are no longer available based on “personal beliefs” (personal beliefs include, but are not limited to religious beliefs); the only recognized exemptions are for medical reasons certified by a licensed physician. For more information on the University's vaccination policy, please review the Student Immunization Form.
The safety of our students, faculty, staff and guests remains a high priority here at the University of Redlands. The University strives to create an atmosphere that enables and encourages learning and your safety is an important component of that environment. Information regarding campus security policies, crime logs and statistics, and additional safety information can be found in the Campus Safety Guide and Annual Crime and Fire Safety Report.