New Resources for School of Education Students

The School of Education and the Registrar’s office are delighted to announce the new Fieldwork and Academic Advising Office and the rollout of the Student Planning System (SPS).  These two new resources have been carefully designed and implemented to support the School of Education’s goal to make sure your educational experience here is transformative and successful.  

The Fieldwork and Academic Advising Office will be available to assist you during our conveniently scheduled office hours from 3:00pm - 5:30pm, Monday through Thursday, and by individual appointments.  Our office is located in the School of Education building, North University Hall, Suite 126 on the main campus.  Walk-ins are always welcome.  Students at our Regional Campuses may Skype in or call their assigned advisor during open office hours, if preferred. 

Contact your Advisor

Dinh Nguyen, M.A. - North University Hall 125A - 909-748-8801 -
Advising students in the following programs: 
College of Arts and Sciences students seeking Preliminary Teaching Credentials in 
• Preliminary Teaching Credential, Multiple Subjects
• Preliminary Teaching Credential, Single Subjects
• MA Learning and Teaching, Multiple Subjects
• MA Learning and Teaching, Single Subjects

Natalie Wood, M.F.A. - North University Hall 126 - 909-748-8813 -  
Advising students in the following programs:
• Preliminary Teaching Credential, Education Specialist
• MA in Learning and Teaching, Education Specialist

Kristin Grammer, M.A. - North University Hall 124A - 909-748-8817 -  
Advising students in the following programs:
• Pupil Personnel Services Credential
• MA in School Counseling
• MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
• MA in Curriculum and Instruction

Yessenia Yorgesen, M.A. - North University Hall 126A - 909-748-8797 -  
Advising students in the following programs:
• Preliminary Administrative Services Credential
• Clear Administrative Services Credential
• MA in Educational Administration
• MA in Higher Education
• Ed.D. in Leadership for Educational Justice

Student Planning

The new Student Planning System (SPS) was created to enhance communication between students and their advisor. It gives students a tool to navigate through their progress, planning, and registration while here at the University of Redlands.  A brief video that goes over some of the new system’s features can be found on the Registrar’s website (  Upcoming workshops are also being developed to assist you in using the new system.  Watch your email for announcements.