We are all about community! To create the fully immersive, unforgettable University of Redlands experience, all of our undergraduate students reside on campus throughout the duration of their academic career (with some special exceptions).
You’ll not only have the opportunity to make lifelong friends in a welcoming environment that encourages growth, learning and diversity awareness—you’ll become a part of something much larger than yourself: the Redlands family.
Each of our residence halls offers something unique—from single and double rooms to suites, apartments and even living-learning communities—so there is a place for everyone to feel at home. Take a look at the amenities for the different communities. Redlands students place a high priority on creating a genuine sense of community in our residence halls. Through hall activities, programs, traditions and more, you’ll find that life at Redlands is like nowhere else.
Three-story community houses 200 students of all class years, with suite-style rooms, a dedicated first-year student wing and a music floor.
Upperclass housing for 80 men in a traditional residence hall, attached through a shared lobby to a 100-bed, suite-style women's hall.
Houses 125 first-year students in traditional double and triple rooms with two lobbies on each floor for socializing and group study.
Second-year community with traditional style double rooms and suite-style triple rooms has a spacious lobby, renovated kitchen and combination air conditioning and heating units in each room.
Holt and Bekins Halls house 125 students of all class years dedicated to facilitating their own learning environment and making decisions by consensus.
Environmentally conscious community combines sustainable practices with outdoor appreciation for 100 first- and second-year students in traditional double rooms equipped with their own sinks.
Home to 125 first-year students in traditional double and triple rooms with two lobbies on each floor for socializing and studying together.
Living options for students who are members of specific groups. Students who reside in these houses are chosen each year by the organization itself.