Inspired by Field’s tireless campaigning and a deep sense of civic pride, the resourceful Redlands coalition quickly secured the land and funding needed to realize its newfound dream. The University of Redlands was officially chartered on November 25, 1907, admitting its first students in 1909.
The University of Redlands is a private, independent liberal arts university committed to providing a personalized education that frees students to make enlightened choices. Redlands emphasizes academic rigor, curricular diversity and innovative teaching. Redlands fosters a community of scholars and encourages a pluralistic notion of values by challenging assumptions and stereotypes in both classes and activities. A Redlands education goes beyond training to embrace a reflective understanding of our world; it proceeds from information to insight, from knowledge to meaning.
Institutional Research is applied research of higher education institutions that supports both internal decision making and external inquiries. With more than 4,000 members, Association for Institutional Research (AIR) is the world's largest professional organization for institutional researchers. IR aggregates data and information from multiple sources to create a whole picture, reduces information noises and redundancy, analyzes relevant data to help reduce uncertainties in decision making, and translates insights from technical jargons to user-friendly messages that everyone can understand and share.
Redlands accounting students take their careers seriously, and this typically means that they start investigating possible jobs as soon as they join the program. A large number of speakers invited to campus by the Redlands Accounting Society, as well as several "Meet the Firms" events, internships and volunteer experiences all help students understand different types of accounting careers.
Social Affairs is the University’s programming board. This group of student directors plans events such as large and small concerts, BINGO, blockbuster movie screenings, free bowling nights, and so much more! They are also responsible for student events during Homecoming. The committee, which is open to all students, meets weekly to brainstorm program ideas and coordinate event details.
Home to more than 2,000 undergraduate students during the school year, the University of Redlands offers conference guests all of the amenities of a modern residential college:
13 furnished residence halls with lounges and laundry facilities
Food-court dining, fresh and varied cuisine and custom catering
200 classrooms, air-conditioned meeting rooms and audio/video services
Basketball, tennis, swimming and more
Shopping and restaurants nearby
As the intellectual center of the University of Redlands, the Armacost Library will enrich our community by partnering across campus to nurture the scholarly and cultural life of the University and by inspiring students to engage in self-directed inquiry and the exchange of ideas in order to become effective critical thinkers and responsible doers as they strive to positively impact the world.
Instructional Technology is focused on the teaching and learning side of IT. This group works with faculty to enrich courses through the appropriate use of technology and pedagogical techniques. This involves the improvement of on-campus courses, experiments with flipped classroom models of instruction, and the creation of online/hybrid courses to reach new audiences.
All full-time students can be seen at the Student Health Center. Appointments are encouraged for non-urgent well visits such as study abroad physicals, birth control consultations, STI testing and well-woman examinations. Same day appointments for sick visits are available everyday, and sick walk-ins are welcome.
All students at the University of Redlands are required to live on campus for the duration of their undergraduate career except in specific circumstances. Redlands students place a high priority on creating a genuine sense of community in our residence halls. Hall staff members and other student leaders play a pivotal role in planning hall activities and programs that encourage students to grapple with social and intellectual challenges.
Club Sports offers opportunities for students to compete both on and off campus against surrounding schools and organizations at a high level. Club Sports are coordinated by student members and supported by Recreation offering an opportunity for hands on growth and development for the students associated with each club.
Redlands has over 100 active clubs and organizations and a Club and Organization Advisory Board overseeing and supporting each group. Serve your community. Build a professional network. Practice your spirituality. There truly is something for everyone and we encourage you to get involved. If you have a passion that is not represented by one of our clubs or organizations, you can easily create your own!
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