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 below.
The University of Redlands is committed to complying with other states' authorization regulations. The list below identifies 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.
Students are encouraged to bring complaints directly to University administration, however may also direct complaints to the agencies listed below.
|State||Agency Name and Link to Complaint Process||Authorized Programs|
|Alaska||Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education||MBA|
|Arizona||Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education||MBA, MAEd|
|California||California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education||MBA, MAEd|
|Colorado||Colorado Department of Higher Education||MBA|
|Delaware||Delaware Office of Higher Education||MBA, MAEd|
|Hawaii||Hawaii Post-Secondary Education Authorization Program, Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs||MBA, MAEd|
|Idaho||Idaho State Board of Education||MBA, MAEd|
|Illinois||Illinois Board of Higher Education||MBA, MAEd|
|Kentucky||Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education||MBA|
|Louisiana||Louisiana Board of Regents||MBA|
|Maine||Maine Department of Education, Office of Higher Education Services||MBA|
|Mississippi||Mississippi Commission on College Accreditation||MBA|
|Montana||Montana University System, Montana Board of Regents||MBA, MAEd|
|Nebraska||Nebraska Coordinating Commission for Postsecondary Education||MBA, MAEd|
|Nevada||Nevada Commission on Postsecondary Education||MBA, MAEd|
|New Hampshire||New Hampshire Department of Education, Division of Higher Education, Higher Education Commission||MBA, MAEd|
|New Jersey||New Jersey Commission on Higher Education||MBA, MAEd|
|North Carolina||The University of North Carolina Board of Governors||MBA, MAEd|
|Ohio||Ohio Board of Regents||MBA, MAEd|
|Oklahoma||Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education||MBA, MAEd|
|Rhode Island||Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education||MBA|
|South Carolina||South Carolina Commission on Higher Education||MBA|
|South Dakota||South Dakota Secretary of State||MBA, MAEd|
|Tennessee||Tennessee Higher Education Commission, Division of Postsecondary School Authorization||MBA, MAEd|
|Texas||Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board||MBA, MAEd|
|Utah||Utah Division of Consumer Protection||MBA, MAEd|
|Vermont||Vermont State Board of Education, Vermont Department of Education||MBA|
|Virginia||Virginia State Council of Higher Education, Private & Out‐of‐State Postsecondary Education||MBA, MAEd|
|Washington||Washington Student Achievement Council||MBA, MAEd|
|West Virginia||West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission||MBA|
|Wyoming||Wyoming Department of Education||MBA, MAEd|
The University of Redlands is only authorized to offer educational programs in the states as listed above. If you plan to move to a state not listed above and continue in your current program, please consult with the appropriate state agency in your new state of residence about possible consequences.
Redlands provides an opportunity for enrolled students and the public in general to submit academic and non-academic complaints. The policy, process, and procedures for submitting complaints is outlined in the Student Conduct and Complaints page.
Students residing in the state of California are encouraged to bring complaints directly to University administration, however may also direct complaints to the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education.
As of September 15, 2017, the University of Redlands distance education programs have no previous, current, or pending adverse actions initiated by any state agencies.
As of September 15, 2017, the University of Redlands distance education programs have no previous, current, or pending adverse actions initiated by any accrediting agencies.
The University of Redlands’ refund policy complies with federal guidelines (per University Catalog):
Students who withdraw or take a leave of absence from the University during an academic term may receive prorated aid and tuition based on their federally required withdrawal calculation. The withdrawal calculation reevaluates aid eligibility at the time of withdrawal by accounting for “earned” versus “unearned” aid based on the amount of time that has elapsed during the term. There are three steps that the University of Redlands must complete to comply with the federal policy:
1. Determine the withdrawal date
2. Determine the amount of earned federal aid
3. Return unearned federal funds to the appropriate program(s)
The withdrawal date is the date the student gives official notification of his or her intent to withdraw. For the withdrawal to be considered official, the student must provide written notification to the Registrar’s Office after consultation with his or her Student Services Manager. If the student fails to withdraw officially, the applicable date will become the midpoint of the term, unless the University can document a later date. In certain circumstances, if a later date of last academic activity is substantiated, this date can be used in lieu of the midpoint of the term. Students who withdraw before completing at least 60 percent of the term will “earn” funds in direct proportion to the time they were enrolled. The percentage of earned aid is determined by dividing the total number of calendar days enrolled by the total number of days in the term. Students who complete at least 60 percent of the term are eligible for 100 percent of their federal financial aid. Unearned aid must be returned to the appropriate programs in accordance with the calculations schedule approved by the U.S. Secretary of Education. Refunds to specific Title IV programs will be made according to current regulations.
The University of Redlands is regionally accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.