Behind every successful person stands an amazing support team. At Redlands, your team starts with a skilled Student Services Manager and expands to include a wealth of support services, academic resources, and leadership opportunities.
We’re here to help you with academic advising, degree completion planning, registration, mentoring, tutoring, disability services, and much more.
Gain clarity on our grading system, code of conduct, FERPA, and other policies.
The University of Redlands recognizes relevant learning that may be acceptable for credit toward a University of Redlands degree, including academic credit earned at other accredited institutions, credit based on nationally recognized examination programs, and credit based on prior learning.
Tutoring and workshops are available for specific subject areas and courses at no additional cost.
Connect with professionals and gain from their experience and counsel through our 7-month Mentor Program.
The University of Redlands is committed to full compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), the ADA Amendments Act 2008, and state and local regulations regarding students and applicants with disabilities.
Society members demonstrate academic excellence and critical leadership skills and actively serve and support the University community.