Office for Inclusion & Community

Empowering minds and nurturing hearts in a supportive environment dedicated to respect, personal growth, and the pursuit of social justice.

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

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At the University of Redlands, valuing individuality goes beyond attracting a diverse student body. Our mission is to welcome, educate, and empower a diverse community of learners for lives of meaning, impact, and joy. The Office for Inclusion & Community (OIC) supports these values in everything we do.

OIC promotes diversity, social justice programming, and cultural pluralism, collaborating with campus partners to create an inclusive community. OIC is home to the First-Generation Student ProgramsMulticultural CenterPride Center, and Gender Justice Center.

As a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), we are committed to serving Hispanic/Latinx Americans and other underrepresented populations. We also work with Native Student Programs (NSP) to honor Native Nations and support Native students, addressing educational access and persistence on and off campus.





Juneteenth Celebration

A celebration to bring awareness of Juneteenth Emancipation Day.

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MLK Week

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

From left to right: Martín Hoecker-Martínez, Adriana Alvarado, Anuradha Diekmann '19, Steven Moore
University receives $2.9M HSI federal grant

Funding will fortify existing programs and support development of new initiatives that create a sense of belonging for all students.

Nine recipients were awarded the Juneteenth Freedom Award for their work in the community by "building bridges to the generations."
Juneteenth—building bridges between communities

The University of Redlands co-hosted the City of Redlands’ First Annual Freedom Awards Reception, honoring nine recipients. Christopher Jones, the Senior Diversity and Inclusion Officer, shared resources to learn more about Juneteenth.

University of Redlands Chapel illuminated by rainbow colors in celebration of Pride Month and in honor of Will Wright '22.
Pride Month celebrated at U of R

The University of Redlands celebrates Pride Month with a colorful display on the Memorial Chapel and flying the Pride Flag. Professors and students share what Pride means to them.