It is important that the substance of our success be centered upon students and the intellectual contribution that together we can make in education. Our substance will define us into the future, so our vision must clarify how we will contribute to the communities that we serve, be it the Inland Empire, the state of California or the national professional communities.
The University is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all students, employees, campus guests, and the greater communities in which our campuses are located. Students will be required to submit proof of vaccination or medical exemption.
Vaccination Submission Deadlines:
|For students starting in:||Deadline to submit vaccination record:|
|Spring 2022||December 6, 2021|
|Summer 2022||April 11, 2022|
Before you can receive your financial aid award information, you must complete the following steps:
CAS Student Advisors:
|Emily Baker||Lauren Chamberlin|
|New Students||Returning Students|
|(909) 748-8266||(909) 748-6292|
New Student Advisors:
|Diana Resendez||Cheryl Matta|
|Assists students with last names A-J||Assists students with last names K-Z|
|(909) 748-8261||(909) 748-8265|
All new students are required to participate in orientation. New Student Orientation (NSO) will introduce you to resources, identify support systems, and give you an opportunity to meet with department faculty as well as your academic advisor.
During your academic journey, you will be working closely with the Office of Student Success (OSS) (in addition to your CAS Faculty Advisor for CAS students). Advisors in OSS can help you with questions and issues related to:
To obtain a student ID you will need to provide your first name, last name, and a valid Redlands email address. ID requests should be submitted before the add/drop deadline. Digital student IDs are available via the Redlands Mobile App. Search for University of Redlands in the iTunes App Store or the Google Play Store or use the QR Code below.
All School of Education students are required to self-register for classes using Student Planning. Learn more.
Watch our Student Planning Tutorial Video to learn how to plan your classes, register, and enroll.
Having trouble accessing Moodle, Student Planning, or MyRedlands? Visit our FAQ page for assistance.
Students in the School of Education have a dedicated librarian who is available to help you with all your research needs.
Please contact, Lua Gregory or call her at (909) 748-8904 to assist you with your research throughout your program.
Take advantage of Prime Student, which offers free shipping, online movies, discounts and so much more.
Visit the University of Redlands bookstore to find the required textbook(s) for your class. Once on the “Find Course Materials” page, select Term, Department, Course number and Section using the drop-down menu option to find your textbooks.
NOTE: After you submit your search request all required materials will populate. Books are typically posted three weeks prior to the start of your class. If you do not see any required texts, please directly contact your professor and the bookstore to confirm that none are required.
The Office of Student Success (OSS) facilitates group advising sessions. Students in the School of Education will have the opportunity to receive support in a virtual group setting. Topics such as program requirements, fieldwork requirements, pathway to credentialing, and preparing for a professional career. OSS promotes student success by delivering accurate and useful information during these sessions.
Be on the lookout for weekly emails with School of Education updates and important announcements. Please do not opt out of these emails as it will be difficult to add you back to the mailing list.
Individual program requirements can be found on the program pathways in the Current Teacher Candidates webpage resources. The coursework and the field experience segments of the program are delivered in a prescribed sequence. Pathways are recommended for timely program completion. CAS/SOE students will work with their CAS Faculty Advisor and OSS Advisor for program planning.
The preliminary credential is the credential that all teacher candidates are working towards completing in their program. Throughout the program it is essential that you stay up to date on all program requirements and ensure that you are eligible to apply for the Preliminary Credential by the end of the program. To become aware and stay up to date on credential requirements and deadlines please check out the Pathway to Credentialing webpage.
Teacher candidates must demonstrate subject matter competency in their subject areas. Subject-matter competency must be met in order to apply to be a student-teacher. It can be met by examination or waiver program. The California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET) is a series of subject matter examinations for prospective teachers who choose to meet the subject matter competence requirement by taking examinations. The CSET exams must be passed in order to apply for student teaching. Students in the Music Education program submit a waiver letter in their application to satisfy the subject matter competency.
CCTC requires all teacher candidates to have knowledge of the U.S. Constitution. Teacher candidates are required to participate in coursework or an examination that covers the provisions and principles of the U.S. Constitution before they can be recommended for a preliminary credential. Undergraduate courses at U of R that meet this requirement are Introduction to American Politics (POLI 111) and American History to 1877 (HIST 121).
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.