A Redlands Education is for Everyone
In SCS, we believe a Redlands education is for everyone. Partnering with all the schools, the alumni association, corporations, and local governments, we offer a flexible learning environment at a fair price.
The School of Continuing Studies supports the Mission of the University of Redlands by
The School of Continuing Studies student population is diverse.
School of Business Undergraduates – 40% of SB undergraduates enroll in SCS courses for degree credit. Concentrations or general education/elective credits are offered. SSMs help manage these enrollments
Employees of Corporate Partners – 24% of enrollments come from SCS on-site degree preparation program (LAUNCH and Prep Year). Currently, SCS offers LAUNCH online at Collins Aerospace and at South Coast Metro’s campus to various corporate employees. Most students matriculate to the School of Business undergraduate programs.
General Public – 17% of our enrollments come from the general public pursuing certificates and SCS courses.
Degree Preparation – Students with 0-18 units enroll in LAUNCH. Students with 18 >40 units enroll in Prep Year. Both programs are managed by SCS.
Workforce Development – 11% of our enrollments come from San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego, and other counties funding students completing certificate programs to rejoin the workforce.
Alumni, Employees, and Friends – a small percentage of enrollments come from the university's alumni/friends. The University of Redlands Human Resource Department just approved university employees to enroll in SCS programs.
Welcoming – We value a welcoming, vibrant, and safe environment
Collaborative Learning – We value learning through rigorous quality instruction, focused student support, and appropriate student activities
Agile - We have the means to provide the university and community with a quick turn around with approval of coursework and certificates.
Student Learning & Success – Ensuring students gain the necessary knowledge, skills, and experience to achieve their academic, career, and/or personal enrichment
Access – Providing opportunities to all persons who wish to participate and succeed in higher education through traditional and distance delivery formats.
Continued Growth – Dedicating attention to new ideas that lead to higher levels of achievement for all stakeholders. Developing and delivering exceptional instruction that is tailored to a diverse student population.
Social Responsibility – Demonstrate honesty, transparency, and clear communication with our stakeholders, our community, and with each other
Diversity & Inclusion – Committing to a diverse and inclusive community that values, celebrates, and learns from our differences and in which all people are treated with dignity and respect