Institutional Information


University of Redlands policy for compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA):

For more information on FERPA, please contact the Registrar's Office

Facilities and Services For Students with Disabilities

The University of Redlands provides accommodations and services for students with disabilities, and our Academic Success Center provides valuable resources for students who wish to become knowledgeable, successful, and take an active role in creating their own education. Find out more at Academic Success & Disability Services.

Price of Attendance

The price of attendance varies across programs and academic levels. Information regarding tuition and fees can be found here.

For tuition and fees questions, please contact Student Financial Services.

Net Price Calculator

The Net Price Calculator  provides an early approximation of what a new first-year, undergraduate student can expect to pay to attend University of Redlands. If you are a transfer, readmitted, continuing, international or part-time student, or for questions regarding the Net Price Calculator, please contact Student Financial Services for more information.

Refund Policy

Refund policies at the University of Redlands are established in compliance with the 2008 amendments to the Higher Education Act of 1965. The University has adopted the federal refund policy guidelines as its institutional policy. Refund policies are subject to change at any time, according to federal and state regulations. When such changes are made, notice will be given as far in advance as possible. 

Information regarding the federal refund policy can be found in the following locations in the catalog:

Questions regarding the refund policies can be directed to Student Financial Services

Official Withdrawal Policy

Withdrawal Policy

A student who needs to withdraw from the University or take a leave of Absence should contact the Office of Student Affairs to schedule a departure interview.  Both a Withdrawal (WDL) and a Leave of Absence (LOA) are is considered official once the LOA or WDL paperwork reflecting the student's intention has been completed by a designated Student Affairs representative.  Completed documents will state the intentions of the student to discontinue the course(s) in which s/he is registered and the effective date the WDL or LOA will be implemented, which is then recorded by the Registrar’s Office. If a student fails to complete the departure interview, the applicable date will be the midpoint of the term, unless the University can substantiate a later date. When a later date is established, that date will be reflected on the departure document. During a student’s leave of absence, their official records remain active, as does their email address. Students returning from a leave of absence within one year are not required to be formally readmitted. Students will be expected to fulfill the graduation requirements in effect at the date of their original matriculation. Students who do not return from a leave of absence within one year are withdrawn from the University. To return, they must be formally readmitted. Withdrawal from the University is the permanent separation of the student from the University.  Should a withdrawn student want to return to the University, they will have to apply for admission.

Other Academic Standing information for the University, including the Withdrawal Policy, can be found in the catalog.

Information in regards to returning from a Leave of Absence can be found on the Registrar's Office page.

Questions regarding the official withdrawal policy can be directed to the Registrar's Office

Textbook Information

Students can obtain textbook information, including title, author, International Standard Book Number (ISBN) and retail price information for required and recommended textbooks and supplemental materials for courses offered at the University of Redlands by clicking here.  Students can get assistance using this tool by calling the University Bookstore at 909.748.8950.

Educational Programs

Educational Programs for the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business, and School of Education can be found in the school catalogs below:

College of Arts and Sciences
School of Business
School of Education 

Questions regarding educational programs can be directed to the Registrar's Office

Instructional Facilities

The University of Redlands delivers educational programs online, at our main campus in Redlands, CA, and at multiple regional campus locations in California. For more information on our campus locations and instructional facilities, please see: Campuses and Facilities.

Questions regarding instructional facilities and locations can be directed to the Provost's Office


Our nearly 200 full-time faculty and hundreds of professional and specialist adjunct faculty are deeply committed and highly engaged in delivering a personalized educational experience.  For information about a specific faculty member, please see: Faculty Directory.

For specific faculty questions, please contact the respective Dean's Office:

Transfer of Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements

Transfer of Credit Policies
Information about the Transfer credit policy for the University of Redlands can be found here.  

Articulation Agreements
Information about the Articulation agreements for the University of Redlands can be found here

For questions about transfer of credit or articulation agreements, please contact the Registrar's Office

Program Accreditation/Licensure

The University of Redlands is accredited by WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), the primary accrediting body for institutions of higher education in the Western United States.  Accreditation was reaffirmed by WSCUC on July 7, 2014 for the period of eight years through June 2022, with mid-cycle review in Spring 2018. For more information, see University of Redlands' WSCUC profile.

Our School of Business is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.

All School of Education credential programs meet the California State requirements as specified by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). These programs most recently received accreditation status in 2016.  

The Communication Science and Disorders graduate program is accredited by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and meets the California State credential requirements as specified by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). This program most recently received accreditation status in 2016.

Our School of Music is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.

The Chemistry program is approved by the American Chemical Society.

The Shaw Chaplaincy Institute is an Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE)-accredited center offering a full Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) program. 

For questions regarding program accreditation and licensure, please contact the Provost's Office

Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions

The University of Redlands takes the protection of copyrights very seriously.  Copies of the University’s policies and information about the various civil and criminal penalties for violation of federal copyright laws can be found here.

Computer Use and File Sharing

This policy statement is intended to provide guidance in the acceptable use of information technology resources. Each member of the University community must assume responsibility for his or her own behavior while utilizing these resources and should accept that the same ethical behavior that guides in our non-computing environments should also serve as a guide in our computing and networking environment. The full policy can be found here

Student Activities

We have over 105 clubs and organizations, major speakers, newspaper, radio station, and over 450 events (mostly student-organized) per year, a local-only Greek system involving about 28% of the students, quantities of fine arts events, as well as tremendous opportunities in the area of diversity and inclusion.  The Athletic teams compete at championship levels regularly and always with a considerable cadre of maroon and grey supporters.  Over 26% of our students are scholar-athletes, which means they achieve a 3.5 or higher along with active involvement in their sport.  Many students are involved in intramurals, outdoor programs, and club sports as well. More information on student activities can be found on the Student Affairs website

Career and Job Placement Services

The University of Redlands' Office of Career and Professional Development engages with students to help prepare for the future. From professional assessments to coaching on internship strategies, resumes and interviewing, we help you connect to a network of resources.  For more information, see: Career Education.

Our graduates are on the move. Learn more at: Student Outcomes.

College Navigator

More general information and publicly-reported educational statistics for the University of Redlands may be accessed via the College Navigator.

Title IX Sexual Misconduct

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”) is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activities. Under Title IX, prohibited sex discrimination includes, but is not limited to, sexual misconduct. The University of Redlands takes sexual discrimination seriously, and is committed to upholding the rights granted by Title IX and to fully investigating and addressing Title IX violations.

The University actively seeks to:

                • Prevent sexual misconduct by educating and providing resources to raise awareness;
                • Recognize, respond and provide support to those who have experienced or been accused of sexual harassment or sexual misconduct; and
                • Ensure measures are taken to stop adverse behavior and prevent recurrence.


The policies regarding Title IX related matters are part of the University’s Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, and Retaliation

Reports of Title IX violations can be made to the Title IX Coordinator or via the website filing a report link.  

Learn more about the University of Redlands Title IX reporting, resources, and procedures.

Reporting Non-Title IX Equity

Redlands does not tolerate discrimination, harassment, or sexual misconduct which is prohibited both by law and by University policy. The University’s Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, and Retaliation supports the University’s commitments to equality of opportunity and maintaining an academic environment and workplace that is free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct and retaliation.

For non-Title IX equity matters, the policy includes the following: (1) definitions of equity harassment, and discrimination; (2) a formal complaint process to report equity concerns via a single office; and (3) detailed procedures for investigating and adjudicating non-Title-IX equity matters.

The expansion of this policy is a direct response to the advocacy of our current students, faculty, staff, and alumni with whom we fully intend to continue to collaborate with in providing more opportunities for equity within our campus communities.

The policies regarding non-Title IX Equity related matters are part of the University’s Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, and Retaliation

Reports of non-Title IX Equity can be made to the Director of Equity or via the website filing a report link.  

Learn more about the University of Redlands Title IX reporting, resources, and procedures.

State Authorization for Online Programs

The federal government has adopted new rules requiring educational institutions to disclose specific information related to distance education and correspondence programs. The various required disclosures are outlined in our State Authorizations Webpage. This webpage also includes a list of the states in which Redlands is authorized to enroll students, the approved programs, and the appropriate state agency through which students of that state may file complaints.