The University of Redlands is a private, nonprofit university where access and opportunity come together to equip individuals to build a bright future for themselves and those around them.
Centrally located near the beaches, mountains, and desert in the heart of Southern California, the University offers more than 40 undergraduate programs, as well as 33 graduate programs in business, communication sciences and disorders, education, geographic information systems, music, and public policy. The distinctive Johnston Center for Integrative Studies enables self-motivated undergraduates to create their own degrees. The University serves approximately 4,100 undergraduate and graduate students.
In addition to a 160-acre campus in Redlands featuring orange groves, architectural landmarks, and more than 1,700 trees, the University’s campuses include a wooded 13-acre campus in Marin County and five other regional locations, providing innovative programs at convenient places and times for working professionals. Surveys show that generations of alumni have found that the University, established in 1907, prepared them well for career success and lifelong learning.
The University of Redlands is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). There are additional accreditations for specific programs:
Arbor Day Foundation
Tree Campus USA (13 consecutive years)
Based on engaged students, great teaching, vibrant community, and successful outcomes
Fiske Guide to Colleges (College of Arts and Sciences)
Payscale.com (College of Arts and Sciences)
University Headquarters (School of Business and Society)
Based on contributions to the public good, including social mobility, research, and service