No student’s experience is exactly like another’s. At the University of Redlands, we believe you should have the flexibility to chart your own path—one that is highly personalized, relevant, and interdisciplinary. Here you’ll do more than choose your major and minor. You will create a personal, well-rounded academic experience that includes a broad intellectual base (courtesy of our core Liberal Arts Foundation) and a supportive community of mentors and peers. In short, a type of path that leads to successful student outcomes.
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Johnston brings together bright, creative, and independent students with a genuine interest in academic and civic pursuits. It’s a place where diversity is cherished, ideas are debated, and possibilities are explored.
The Geographic Information Science program offers a personalized GIS education in beautiful Redlands, California—home of the world's leading GIS company, Esri.
The Truesdail Center, which offers speech and hearing therapy, provides students studying communication sciences and disorders an opportunity to apply what they've learned in a rewarding, community-facing environment.
The University of Redlands School of Music, an accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music, is one of the oldest schools of music in California. Through a conservatory approach, students learn to perform, interpret, and teach music in a rich, liberal arts setting.
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With more than 40 programs of study, you have access to a broad-based interdisciplinary liberal arts education.
Discover why Fiske Guide to Colleges calls Redlands “one of higher education’s better-kept secrets.”
Students who participate in a Community Service Learning program often find or affirm their path in life. Discover, through service, your connection with others and your potential for positive impact.
Redlands’ study abroad opportunities take you to big cities, remote villages, and everywhere in between.
Our 10-week Summer Science Research program offers an opportunity to conduct research alongside a professor. Projects explore topics in biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science, and more.
Trade the traditional classroom for a nearly 500-year-old Renaissance building set among forests and meadows in the heart of Salzburg, Austria, then take field trips to destinations in Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia.
Designed as an academic bridge between high school and college, the First-Year Seminar gives you the opportunity to experience, see, and understand life from various perspectives. It will also introduce you to the give-and-take style of college classroom discussion.
The Academic Success Center provides valuable resources for students who wish to become knowledgeable, successful, and active in creating their own educational experience.
Disability Services offers academic accommodations to support your specific needs to provide access and opportunities for success as you pursue your education at University of Redlands.
Our support for Native American students is unmatched by other colleges and universities in the Inland Empire. From advocates, mentors, and scholarships to on-campus Native community events (21 tribal groups reside within 100 miles of our campus), you’ll be able to experience and join a vibrant, growing native community. Learn more about NSP.
Making the grade is one thing. Navigating your future is another. To help you successfully transition from student to professional life, the University of Redlands’ Office of Professional Development offers comprehensive preparation that will give you a real-world edge.
Student Abbi Fine ’21 is one of the first people prospective students meet when they visit U of R. She loves her job as an Admissions Bulldog Ambassador and shares her considerable campus-leadership experiences with her guests.
Over the past 20 years, social scientists have noticed an increased mortality rate among a specific demographic in the United States. In order to explore this phenomenon, Professor Greg Thorson, who holds the Ken and Lynn Hall Endowed Chair of Public Policy at the U of R, and Edison Forman ’21 coauthored a study and presented their findings during a recent virtual talk.