University of Redlands was founded in 1907 as a dynamic, comprehensive Liberal Arts and Sciences University located in Redlands, California. At Redlands, you will live and learn in a true community of dedicated professors and an engaged undergraduate student body of 2,700 students from 45 countries. We blend a timeless education in the arts and sciences with hands-on experiential learning to produce the most effective education for today’s world and the future. It’s why our students are accepted to top graduate schools and launch satisfying careers upon graduation. University of Redlands offers over 50 different academic programs of study. Our distinguished professors have interdisciplinary backgrounds, scholarly accomplishments, research experience, and real-world expertise in multiple programs. But most of all, they care about teaching and advising students. Redlands has been ranked #12 as Best Universities in the West in the 2017 US News and World Report Rankings and one of the Best 380 Universities in the United States by Princeton Review. With a population of 70,000, the city of Redlands has a friendly and historic downtown area within walking distance of campus. Redlands boasts 300 days of sunshine every year. Our centralized location in Southern California is within one hour of Los Angeles, national parks, skiing, Pacific Ocean beaches, and five major airports.
Why Choose University of Redlands
Residential campus in which 70% of students live on campus all 4 years is a safe and engaging community.
University provides programs in liberal arts, professional programs, and Johnston Center for Integrative Studies, in which students have academic freedom to create their own academic program.
University of Redlands offers up to $30,000 in academic/merit scholarships and up to $15,000 in need-based scholarships to international students.
Redlands, California, United States