The Office of Career & Professional Development encourages graduate and professional school admissions representatives to engage with University of Redlands students in meaningful ways. We look forward to learning more about your programs and supporting your efforts to recruit and admit our well prepared and qualified students.
University of Redlands graduates compete nationally and have been accepted to graduate and professional schools in all academic disciplines. Our office is committed to helping schools meet their recruiting needs through engagement opportunities throughout the academic year.
Learn more about our students and recruitment options below. After reviewing the options below, if you would like to discuss your graduate and professional school recruiting needs further, please book an office/phone appointment here.
The University of Redlands was founded in 1907 and has a college and multiple schools which include the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), the School of Business (SB), and the School of Education (SE). See why the Fiske Guide to Colleges says Redlands is “one of higher education’s better-kept secrets” in our Viewbook.
The College of Arts and Sciences consists of more than 40 departmental programs with majors and minors rooted in traditional liberal arts. Additionally, students can create their own self-directed major through the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies where they develop multidisciplinary course and program contracts that outline their curriculum. Master’s degrees are also offered in Communicative Disorders, Geographic Information Systems, and Music. The CAS Fact Sheet offers key information about the College of Arts & Sciences in one convenient document.
The University of Redlands School of Business offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs throughout the Southern California area. Available programs include a Bachelor of Science in Business, a Bachelor of Science in Management, a Master of Arts in Management, a Master of Business Administration (MBA), and a Master of Science in Information Technology. Seven campuses are located throughout the Inland Empire, Los Angeles County, Orange County, and San Diego County. The School of Business Fact Sheet offers key information about the school in one convenient document. Want to learn more, click here.
The School of Education is a graduate and professional educational division of the University of Redlands that houses the following departments: Teaching and Learning, Counseling and Human Services, and Leadership and Higher Education. School of Education programs are offered at 5 campuses in Southern California: South Coast Metro (Orange County), Temecula, Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside and Redlands. The School of Education Fact Sheet offers key information about the school in one convenient document. Want to learn more, click here.
A Graduate or Professional School Highlight Table is a great way for schools to engage with our students. These opportunities are held during the academic year in the Irvine Commons Lobby in the center of the University of Redlands campus in Redlands, CA. Schools are able to host a table Monday through Thursday from 11:00am to 1:30pm, with check-in occurring at 10:45am. Schools are provided a table (4’ table for an inside location, 6’ table for an outside location) and two chairs in a well-traveled area and time so representatives can connect with students naturally.
Graduate and Professional School Highlight Tables are recommended for any graduate or professional school interested in recruiting on our campus. Schools are encouraged to have fun with this event by bringing swag, having signage with an appealing title, and/or offering giveaways.
If you would like to learn more or would like to reserve a table, please email our office at email@example.com.
Graduate & Professional School Check-In with OCPD
Representatives can check-in with the Office of Career & Professional Development in our new space on the 1st floor of the Armacost Library, room #116 (building #221 on the campus map). Our office is located along the north hallway, across from ResNet. Once check-in is complete, we will direct you to the location of your event.
Visitors can park in any of the unmarked parking spaces around the Armacost Library (north and west side of building #221) or anywhere else on campus. Please note while going through the check-in process with our office, you will be asked to sign a “Waiver of Liability” form and you will be given a parking permit for your vehicle. Because the amount of available parking spaces varies throughout the day and evening, we encourage representatives to carpool when able.
View our Redlands campus map for further assistance. Below is the address to the University of Redlands main campus.
University of Redlands
1200 E. Colton Ave.
Redlands, CA 92373