Below you will find a variety of links to help you on your journey to Redlands. Follow along with your new student checklist to make sure you aren't missing any important deadlines.
MyRedlands is your main resource. Here you can access your Redlands.edu email and other important resources. In order to log in, you will need your user name and password that was sent to you via the email you used when applying. Accounts are processed during the business week, and you should receive your login within 24 hours of us successfully processing your non-refundable enrollment deposit.
Don't forget to save your password once you reset it.
Make sure you note the deadlines for each requirement.
Whether you live on- or off-campus, you will need to fill out your housing preferences using the Housing Portal through MyRedlands.
Due: Wednesday, June 10
Residence Hall - Early July
Roommate(s) Assignment - Early August
Some things to keep in mind:
To learn more, visit our Residence Life and Housing page.
Questions? Contact Residence Life and Housing at email@example.com.
Harvest Table is the food service provider for the University. You will need to review your meal plan options, and then submit you selections through the Housing Portal on MyRedlands.
Due: Wednesday, June 10
There are three questionnaires regarding your academics at Redlands. Please note:
First-Year Students - You will need to fill out all three. These questionnaires will help us place you in your First Year Seminar, as well as an academic class before your arrival in the fall.
Transfer Students - You only need to complete the Math Questionnaire.
Due Wednesday, June 10
First Year Seminar - All first year students will be placed in a seminar. Review the list and make ten selections. (First-Year Students Only)
Academic Interest Survey - This required short survey asks you to share your current academic interests so we can help you choose relevant classes for your Fall schedule. (First-Year Students Only)
Math Questionnaire - Certain areas of study require specific math courses. Please complete the Math Questionnaire through this link and, if necessary, complete the math placement exam. Failure to complete the math exam may mean that you cannot register for courses that you’d like to take in fall. (First-Year and Transfer Students)
All new students are required to submit the following medical forms through the Student Health portal at redlands.studenthealthportal.com. Medical forms submitted to the student health center will not be accepted. For questions regarding required forms, you may send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (909) 748-8021. The Student Health Center staff is happy to help with any questions you may have.
Every student must enroll or waive the Student Health Insurance Plan beginning June 3, 2020. Please visit Gallagher Student Health for coverage information or instructions to waive the insurance coverage for 2020-2021.
To submit proof of insurance coverage that complies with the Affordable Care Act and meets State of California requirements (short-term medical plans and travel insurance do not qualify) or, to learn more about the Gallagher Student Health plan available to University of Redlands students, please go to www.gallagherstudent.com/redlands.
If you do not submit proof of insurance or secure coverage through Gallagher before Thursday, June 25, a University of Redlands Student Health Plan charge will appear on your fall tuition bill.
For additional details about the Plan, please consult the Plan Certificate and other materials at www.wellfleetstudent.com. For questions about medical benefits or claims, please call Wellfleet Student at (877) 657-5030.
Due Monday, June 15
You can view your financial aid and pay your student account balance through the Self-Service section on MyRedlands.
Important Dates to Note:
Financial Responsibility Form Due Wednesday, June 10
Fall Semester Bills Released Friday, July 10
Fall Semester Balance Due Monday, August 10
This online course, through GetInclusive, covers important safety information about topics that affect everyone, including alcohol use, healthy relationships, and sexual misconduct. The course link and all necessary information regarding this training will be sent to students via their Redlands email by July 1. The course takes approximately two hours and students have until July 15 to complete it. This training is required by law, so students who do not complete the training will be prevented from registering for classes.
Available Wednesday, July 1
Due Wednesday, July 15
An online photo submission is required to obtain your new Bulldog ID Card. For more information on the photo requirements please refer to your checklist and click on Submit A Photo.
Contact Office_Assistant@Redlands.edu if you have any questions or concerns.
Due Monday, June 15
Required documents will be available here beginning May 15. These documents are due on August 1, and are required for all new students athletes to submit before reporting for their sport.
Due Friday, July 31
What are you going to major in? Got it figured out? Not so sure? This helpful resource is here to support you pick a major you love and/or hone in on careers of interest! Focus 2 assesses what you like to do for fun, what your work/study interests/habits are, your values, your personality, and your skills. Then, it suggests future careers and shows you which University of Redlands majors fit well with those options. You can explore the site to learn about possible future pathways and what steps to take during college to get there and connect to the Redlands course catalog and department pages to get started now. There is no right major; Focus 2 will help you find one you'll love.
Instructions: Please complete all 5 categories of the 'Self-Assessment' model and then explore your results. Keep this tool handy to discuss possible majors with your adviser during orientation and beyond. You can re-take it anytime during your Redlands education.
Further instructions can be found here.
Due Friday, July 17
Students planning to take SPANISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, or CHINESE and who HAVE had past experience (in a class, at home, or abroad) must take the webcape placement. These tests are dynamic but should not last longer than 30 minutes.
When ready, please click on this link and select your language.
If you have no experience, or will be taking another language (Arabic, ASL, Japanese) please mark this as complete on your checklist by checking the box.
Schedule an Interview
If your exam score indicates that you need a follow-up interview, please select the correct language and you will be directed to the scheduling system to make an appointment.
Spanish (score of 481 or above)* - Click here.
*480 or below will interview during the first weeks of term
Chinese (score of 200 or above) - Click here.
German (all scores) - Click here.
French (all scores) - Click here.