Reach your goals and open doors of opportunity with a graduate degree from the University of Redlands.
Students are required to self-register for classes using Student Planning. Learn how to plan and register for your courses.
Learn more about co-curricular components, credentialing, field experiences, practicum and graduation requirements.
View progress, plan, register for classes, obtain unofficial transcripts and access financial aid information.
Important dates such as registration periods, term breaks, commencement and add/drop deadlines.
The catalog provides information about academic standards, university policy and programs of study.
The Campus Bookstore has everything you need to be ready for all the challenges that await in the classroom. Books may be purchased or rented.
The Department of Public Safety works collaboratively with each and every stakeholder in the internal and surrounding communities of the campus and you are an integral part of that relationship. Contact for information regarding parking permits, the Bulldog Alert System, shuttle service, etc.
All full-time students are eligible to be seen at the Health Center, including graduate students. We do not bill insurance plans, and there is a $10 charge for office visits. Some additional services are offered at a discounted rate such as lab tests.Learn more
The Fitness Center is open, free of charge, to all full-time graduate and undergraduate students. Simply bring in your current, valid University of Redlands ID to activate your membership.Learn more
The Office of the Chaplain represents the University of Redlands' historical commitment to the life of faith within the academy and is an expression of the University's longstanding commitment to the education of the whole person.Learn more