Campus Diversity & Inclusion

Creating a campus that welcomes, values, and fosters diversity and inclusion

For a university that values individuality, Redlands is certainly an easy place to discover your fit.

Redlands Mosaic R logoIt’s no accident either, nor is it a matter of simply attracting a diverse student body from all walks of life and all corners of the globe. In fact, it’s a major part of our vision for a learning environment that challenges perceptions, stretches boundaries, and invites ongoing self-examination. We even have an Office of Campus Diversity & Inclusion (CDI) to ensure that these values are incorporated throughout student life.

Ultimately, though, it’s the Redlands family’s many differences that unite us. We all bring our unique experiences and perspectives with us everywhere from the classroom to the cafeteria. Sharing them openly and respectfully isn’t just encouraged—it’s a part of our daily life.

Campus Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) serves as a catalyst to the campus community on matters related to diversity, multicultural programming, and cultural pluralism, including expanding the notion of diversity and multiculturalism beyond race, gender, and sexual orientation.

CDI works collaboratively with many individuals, departments, and offices to create a campus where diversity is welcomed and celebrated. Campus Diversity and Inclusion oversees the Multicultural Center, Pride Center, and Gender Justice Center.

CDI also works with Native Student Programs (NSP) to honor Native Nations and address educational access and persistence barriers faced by Native students on and off-campus.





Juneteenth Celebration 2022

A celebration to bring awareness of Juneteenth Emancipation Day.

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MLK Week 2022

Remembering the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for his stewardship and civil rights activism.

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Religious Diversity and CDI Programs



As the catalyst for creating a campus where diversity is welcomed and valued, CDI provides a series of relevant and innovative programs for all members of our community

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Religious Diversity

Since its founding in 1907, the University of Redlands has striven to be a place where a student's intellectual, spiritual and moral character can grow and flourish.

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Latest News

Artist Kathy Whitman Elk Woman (center) unveils the commissioned "Honor the Treaties" sculpture alongside Wayne Mitchell '60 (right) and his wife, Marie Mitchell,  at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Heard Museum/Melissa Malork)
‘Honor the treaties’

U of R alumnus and his wife support Native rights through commissioned artwork

As part of their legacy to the Heard Museum, Wayne Mitchell ’60 and his wife, Marie, commissioned Kathy Whitman Elk Woman to create a sculpture.

The recent Asian Student Association Night Market encouraged students to embrace and share unique aspects of their cultures. (Photo by Eric Whedbee)
Asian Student Association Night Market empowers Asian and Pacific Islander students

Asian Student Association President Romina-Marie Baronia ’22 provides her perspective on the recent ASA Night Market, an event that encouraged Asian and Asian American students to embrace and share unique aspects of their cultures.

Native American Student Union Vice President Mia Freeland '24 distributes buttons and information about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movement before the documentary screening and discussion. (Photo courtesy of the Native American Student Union.)
Documentary screening examines violence against Native women

U of R Native Student Programs hosted a virtual screening and discussion of Bring Her Home, a documentary that follows three Indigenous women as they fight to vindicate and honor their missing and murdered relatives.