University of Redlands invites you to

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Take a virtual tour of the U of R’s award-winning 160-acre main campus in Redlands.

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90% of College of Arts & Sciences students receive financial aid, including San Tun ‘19.

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"Sometimes you just need to be here at 8 p.m., if that’s the only time a student can meet,” says business Professor Scott Randolph.

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Explore

Students at the University of Redlands, a private, nonprofit university in Southern California, explore their passions and potential through a personalized living and learning experience. The University—which includes a beautiful, historic 160-acre residential campus as well as seven regional locations—offers generous financial aid and is recognized by Forbes as a Best Value College.

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“Everyone supports each other and really looks after each other here,” says Sam Martinez ’17.

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Nori Patterson ’19 credits U of R with “bringing me out of my bubble.”

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Scholar-athlete Colin Zaccagnio ’17 is grateful for his teammates and coaches.

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For Native American student Mary Jane Andreas ’18, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion feels like a home away from home.

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Belong

University of Redlands offers an exciting, inclusive, multicultural and welcoming community. Activities on the main campus include athletics, outdoor programs, student government, Greek life, clubs, music and theatre, as well as informal opportunities to connect. Graduate students gain intercultural and intergenerational understanding by working closely with their cohort, mimicking teamwork in the workplace. When students graduate, they join a network of more than 50,000 U of R alumni.

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Students help Professor Lei Lani Stelle research the impact of humans on marine mammals.

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Students pursue interdisciplinary learning with faculty in the Proudian Honors Program.

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"I've just loved meeting the people here,” says Kelsie Harris ‘20. “It has been amazing to be a part of a community where we all share the same passion."

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Collaborate

At University of Redlands, collaboration abounds. Students and faculty regularly come together in projects that develop team-building skills and encourage work across disciplines, such as combining history and geographic information systems, theatre and politics, business and sustainability. The abilities students gain at Redlands—the capacity to collaborate effectively, inquire and think critically and to express themselves clearly and creatively—are the skills that employers say they value most.

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Biochemistry student Jacob Khuri ’17 researched compounds that might treat cancer.

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Community Service Learning has been part of U of R students’ personal growth for more than 25 years.

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Sean Dunnington ’19 wrote a play performed in Redlands and read on a Manhattan stage.

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Contribute

Students at the University of Redlands contribute to the local community and the wider world through research, volunteering, student teaching, internships, study abroad and the performing and visual arts. Washington Monthly places the U of R among the top 30 master’s institutions in the country for contributions to the public good. U of R is a community of contributors, for those who take initiative.

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For Gabrielle Kanter ’17, studying in Salzburg helped her move outside of her comfort zone.

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Ben Swank ’18 has developed leadership skills through outdoor programs.

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“As an educator I would like to work with students from all socioeconomic groups, helping them to discover the power and freedom that comes with achieving a higher education,” says Erin Parra ’17.

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To meet the needs and interests of working professionals, U of R has seven regional campuses throughout Southern California.

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Grow

A University of Redlands education integrates learning with experience and connects students to a world of opportunity. Undergraduates can participate in study abroad, a summer science research program and May Term classes. Graduate students hone professional skills in business, education, music, geographic information systems and the treatment of speech-language pathologies. Working professionals take advantage of flexible, accessible degree programs to bolster their credentials and advance their careers.

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Johnson Kosgei ‘09 embarked on a rewarding career with his MS in geographic information systems.

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Noelle Medina ’15 is a reporter, producer and anchor at KRCR News Channel 7.

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An MBA from U of R accelerated Shavonne Wieder’s career with Universal Home Entertainment.

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Ericka Paddock ’06 ’15 leveraged a U of R master’s in management and doctorate in educational justice in her career.

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Thrive

University of Redlands graduates go on to thrive in careers across a wide spectrum—from business to education to technology to the arts. Wherever they go, they bring the broad perspective, problem-solving abilities and critical thinking skills developed at the U of R. Surveys show that our alumni credit their University of Redlands education with preparing them for career success and lifelong learning.

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