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If you have questions about tuition, housing, or important term dates, you are in the right place.
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We offer a variety of intramural sports, recreational clubs, and outdoor programs designed to give athletes of all skill levels opportunities to compete, develop athletic skills, and leadership.
Student learning beyond the classroom broadens their awareness, empowers contribution, and strengthens connections to the larger community by supporting, recognizing, and promoting the educational benefits of learning through service, The Office of Community Service Learning (CSL), encourages University of Redlands students to build healthier, stronger communities.
If you've noticed a student in distress, knowing how to respond and/or report a concern can help the students in our community.
Academic Calendar from the Registrar's Office
Residence Life and Housing (RLH) Important Dates
Student Financial Services (SFS) Important Dates
Registrar's Office: Administration Building (main floor)
Phone: (909) 748-8019
1200 East Colton Ave,
Redlands, CA 92373
CAS (College of Arts and Sciences) Deans Office: (909)748-8359
SOE (School of Education) Dean's office: (909)748-8816
SBS (School of Business & Society) Office of Student Success | Student Success Team
Helpful quick links:
Quick Financial Help:
1. How will the billing statements be sent to us?
The billing statements will be available online on your student's Self-Service Portal in the Student Finance section. Statements are sent out in early July for the fall semester and mid-November for the spring semester. Your student can access this via MyRedlands, and can enroll you as a proxy user. As a proxy user, you have your own login credentials to view your student's account information and make online payments. You can refer to this page for more information.
2. Can we release your student's information to you?
Our office takes great care to safeguard your student's personal information in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). We do not release protected personal information unless specifically authorized to do so by the student.
All students who wish to have their information accessible by parents or other designated persons should complete the Authorization for Release of Information Form and turn this in to the Registrar's Office. For more information, please visit The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act web site.
3. Are you interested in obtaining a parent loan?
Please see the information here regarding the Federal Parent PLUS loan available to parents of dependent students.
You can also view our alternative loan page and private loan options, available to parents, grandparents, and other parties who have a vested interest in the student.
4. What if the FAFSA does not accurately reflect my family's current situation?
Certain changes in family circumstances may affect a family's ability to pay educational expenses and can be used as the basis for a Special Circumstances Review. Eligible circumstances for review include, but are not limited to, loss or reduction of employment, separation or divorce, unusual medical expenses not covered by insurance, and loss of benefits such as social security or child support.
Request for review must be documented using the Special Circumstances Appeal form. Requests will be reviewed by a Student Financial Services committee and will reach a decision in approximately two weeks. Please note: Students who wish to be considered for an appeal must file a FAFSA before an appeal can be considered.
Visit the links below for information on how you can help your student make decisions about college, compare college costs, and finance your student's education:
Quick Housing Help:
Can't find an answer to your question? Check out the Undergraduate Student FAQs or Graduate Student FAQs.
Need additional help or information? Please contact the RLH Department:
Email: RLH@redlands.edu | Call: (909)748-8053
Dates reflect the 2022-2023 academic school year. 2023-2024 information coming soon.
|August 29||Classes begin|
|Nov 23-25||Thanksgiving Break|
|Dec 2||Last day of classes|
|Dec 5-8||Final exams|
|Spring & May 2023|
|Jan 9||Classes begin|
|Feb 27 - Mar 3||Spring Break|
|April 17||Last day of classes|
|April 18 - 21||Final exams|
|May 1||May Term begins|
|May 25||Final Exams|
|August 1 to August 19||School of Business & Society Registration|
|August 29||School of Business & Society First 8 week period begins|
|October 22||School of Business & Society First 8 week period ends|
|October 24||School of Business & Society Second 8 week period begins|
|Nov 24 to Nov 25||Thanksgiving Break - University Closed|
|Nov 28 to Dec 30||School of Business & Society Advising/Registration Spring 2023|
|December 17||School of Business & Society Second 8 week period ends|
|Dec 26 to Dec 30||Winter Holiday - University Closed|
|Jan 9||School of Business & Society First 8 week period begins|
|Jan 16||Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday - University Closed|
|March 4||School of Business & Society First 8 week period ends|
|March 6||School of Business & Society Second 8 week period begins|
|April 3 to April 21||School of Business & Society Advising/Registration Summer 2023|
|April 22||School of Business & Society Commencement|
|April 29||School of Business & Society Second 8 week period ends|
|See full calendar below for Summer 2023 dates|
|August 8 to August 28||School of Education Registration/Advising Fall 2022|
|September 19||School of Education Last Day to Add/Drop a class|
|October 22||School of Education Fall A period ends|
|October 24||School of Education Fall B period begins|
|Nov 22-26||School of Education Fall Term Break|
|Dec 10||School of Education Fall B period ends|
|December 12 to January 8||School of Education Registration/Advising Spring 2023|
|December 26 to December 30||Winter Holiday - University Closed|
|January 9||School of Education Spring A period begins|
|January 23||School of Education Last Day to Add/Drop a class|
|February 25||School of Education Spring A period ends|
|February 27 to March 3||School of Education Spring Break|
|March 6||School of Education Spring B period begins|
|April 10 to April 30||School of Education Advising/Registration Summer 2023|
|April 21||School of Education Spring B period ends|
|April 21||School of Education Commencement|
|For Summer 2023 dates please refer to full academic calendar link below|
Students enrolled in May Term course, “The Neuroscience of Meditation” explore how meditation affects the mind and body through experimentation and a field trip to the Graduate School of Theology in Marin.
National 529 Day is recognized on May 29 (5/29) to encourage opening and using a 529 account. Read more about different ways to make college more affordable.
Each year, the Creative Writing Department is pleased to award several prizes to talented student writers.
As a result of the University's commitment to being a residential campus, all students must live on campus and have a meal plan. The requirement is for the duration of their time as a student unless they are 23 years of age or older, living with parents or legal guardians within 30 miles of campus, or are married or in a registered domestic partnership. Please note, housing is not guaranteed for students under the age of 16 or over 23 years old and is only provided if space is available. Only students who have received off-campus approval from Residence Life and Housing or in partnership with Student Financial Services (SFS) are exempt from the housing and meal plan requirement.
Any new student who meets one of the exemptions, for example living with a parent within 30 miles of campus, must complete the optional off-campus questions included at the end of the New/Transfer Student Housing Intention Form for consideration. This is the only housing form needed for both on and off-campus consideration.
Once a student receives confirmation of their off-campus approval from Residence Life and Housing, their checklist will be updated to reflect completing the Meal Plan selection step. While participating in a meal plan is permitted for off-campus students, it is not required of students approved off-campus.
The University requires all CAS undergraduate students enrolled in nine or more units to have health insurance that provides access to local health care. Health insurance must be maintained throughout the year. After the September 20, 2022 deadline, students who did not submit proof of insurance will be enrolled in the annual insurance coverage. Check out the Student Health Insurance Plan page for more information and steps to waive or enroll.
Fall Semester Bills go out in early July. For more information about important billing dates, please refer to Important Dates | University of Redlands
Starting Fall 2022, Anderson Hall will be closed for renovations and our first-year student communities will now be housed in East, North, and Williams Halls. These communities share similar amenities, including air conditioning and hall-style bathrooms. More information on pricing and floor layouts can be found on the Residence Life and Housing website.
In the residence halls, the furniture provided includes a bed, desk, set of drawers or a dresser, closet or wardrobe, and chair. In the apartments, limited living room furniture, as well as a refrigerator, stove, and dishwasher, are provided.
Almost all the beds in the residence halls can be raised with a request to our Facilities team once students arrive on campus. Bed risers that cup the legs are permitted, although please know risers are used at the student’s risk. Other types of rising items, such as cinder blocks, are not allowed.
While it depends on the size of the trunk and the adjusted height of the bed, most trunks do fit under beds. However, it is recommended that storage containers be purchased after move-in to ensure that proper measurements can be taken.
No, but microwaves are available in the community kitchens in each hall or apartment.
|Essentials to Bring||Optional Items to Bring||Items you MUST LEAVE AT HOME|
|XL twin bed linens, pillows and towels||Computer, television, radio and electronics||Microwave|
|Toiletries, shower caddy and shower shoes||Power strip, surge protector||Halogen lamps|
|Electronic chargers||Desk lamp||Air conditioning units|
|Room decorations||Flashlight||Candles and incense|
|Personal items to make your room feel like home||Fans or evaporative cooler (Fairmont, Anderson, Bekins)||Open coil hot plates or cooking units|
|Clothes and hangers||Storage bins||Cinder blocks|
|Laundry bag and detergent (no powder or pods)||Refrigerator (maximum 4 cu ft)||Hoverboard|
|Personal medication, FDA approved COVID-19 Testing Kits, Face Masks||Eating utensils and dishes||Pets (only small reptiles, fish and birds permitted with roommate approval)|
|School supplies and backpack||Cleaning supplies||Weapons (including firearms, pellet/airsoft guns, paint guns, Mace/tear gas, ANY knives/blades greater than 2.5" in length, etc.)|
No, students have a printing budget and can print from computer labs on campus.
Parking on campus is free, although students must pick up a parking pass from Public Safety. Students without passes may receive tickets from Public Safety. If a student receives a parking ticket and wants to pay it off or has questions, Public Safety is the place to go.
No, unfortunately there is no indoor bike parking on campus.Multiple bike racks are available throughout campus for students to lock their bikes. To help prevent the theft of bicycles, Public Safety recommends securing bicycles with a high-security U-lock attached to an immovable object in open, well-lit, and highly visible areas. Public Safety also highly recommends registering your bike with the Department of Public Safety and the City of Redlands. If it is found, they can return it to you. Contact Public Safety for more information.
Parents are welcome to park in any open space that is not reserved. If you are close to the front of the building when unloading, please move your vehicle to a space further away once you are finished to allow another family to use the space near the building.
The University does not offer bike rentals. However, students can access our Outdoor Programs bike repair shop should they bring their bike to campus. Students who use the bike repair shop on campus will only be charged for the cost of the parts.
There is no car sharing option available at this time.
The Student Mail Center will mail welcome letters in July or so and students are asked to start mailing their items no more than 2 weeks before their arrival due to limited space. The Student Mail Center can help you with further questions and information.
Students receive an email that is a package notification, yes.
Yes! Student Mail Center
The Student Mail Center will accept packages for students up to two weeks prior to their arrival, giving students and families some time to work with deliveries.
Yes. Students will have the same mailbox unless they take a leave of absence or move off-campus.
View the list of over 100 clubs and organizations here. There is also an involvement fair hosted during the first week of classes. Students have the opportunity to learn more about each club that they are interested in during this fair. Encourage your student to be on the lookout for this event. Students can also Rush in the Spring semester. So if you are interested in Greek Life, be on the lookout for information on Rush dates.
Associated Students of the University of Redlands is the student government on the University of Redlands. There are many different ways to get involved in ASUR, even as a first-year student! Branches include Cabinet, Senate, and Judicial Council. ASUR is based on the pillars of representation, engagement, enhancement, and leadership, and believes that a true student government is one run for students, by students. The organization represents students on issues including academics, university policy, student affairs, and other areas that directly affect the experience of students. Moreover, ASUR provides high-quality programming and special events that reflect the interests and needs of the student body. Email email@example.com for more information.
Students who have completed 28 college credits, have a GPA of 2.5 and higher, and are in good standing with the University are eligible to participate in Rush. Click here for more questions directly related to Greek Life.
New students submit their photos through this link.
Returning students submit their photos through this link.