Native Student Programs

The University of Redlands seeks to provide a safe, supportive environment for Native students so they may receive individual attention and a high-quality education while enjoying a campus community rich in opportunities.

Native Student Program Brochure

On behalf of the Native American community and our friends and allies, we invite you to explore the University of Redlands. The generous support of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has made it possible for the University to provide a level of support and instruction for promising young Native American students unmatched by other colleges and universities in the Inland Empire.

Download our program brochure to explore what Redlands can offer you!

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We are on Serrano & Cahuilla Land

Native Student Programs honors the original and continued caretakers of the Redlands area, the Yuhaviatam (Serrano) and Cahuilla, through land acknowledgement. We have taken a pledge to #HonorNativeLand in all programming and activities.

Whose Land Are You On?

Latest News

Images from U of R’s Commencement Weekend

Enjoy a slideshow of images from the Commencement Weekend festivities.

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.

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.