University of Redlands

Founded in 1907, the University of Redlands is a private, nonprofit university that has prepared students for lives of meaning, impact, and joy for more than 100 years. Today, Redlands offers more than 40 undergraduate programs and over 30 graduate programs designed to develop students personally and professionally through immersive, personalized education and hands-on experiences outside of the classroom, from community service learning to internships and residencies.

Years

4-Year

Private/Public

Private Non-profit

accreditation

WASC

University of Redlands
ICON: 1 year certificate

Less than one year
certificate

ICON: 2 year certificate

One but less than
two years certificate

ICON: Bachelors degree

Bachelor’s Degree

ICON: Postbaccalaureate certificate

Postbaccalaureate
Certificate

ICON: Masters degree

Master’s Degree

ICON: Post masters certificate

Post-Master’s
Certificate

ICON: Doctors degree - research

Doctorate Degree – Research/Scholarship

ICON: Doctors degree professional

Doctorate Degree –
Professional Practice

Offers Online Programs

Undergraduate Enrollment Total

Student-to-Faculty Ratio

Special Designations

ICON: Hispanic-Serving
Institution

Hispanic-Serving
Institution

University of Redlands

Average Annual Cost

The average annual net price that a student who receives federal financial aid pays to cover expenses (e.g., tuition, living expenses) to attend a school. Net price is the school’s cost of attendance minus any grants and scholarships received. For public schools, this is only the average cost for in-state students.

Financial Aid / Scholarships

The average percent of students awarded aid and the amount of aid awarded to full-time beginning undergraduate students

0%

Grants & Scholarships

0%

Federal Grants

0%

Pell Grants

0%

Other Federal Grants

0%

State & Local Government Grants & Scholarships

0%

Institutional Grants & Scholarships

A field of study is a category of academic programs offered by institutions of education. Since these are categories of offerings, they may not map directly to programs advertised on course catalogs.

ICON: Education

Accounting and
Related
Services

Bachelor’s Degree

ICON: Business Administration, Management & Operations

Business
Administration,
Management
and Operations

Bachelor’s Degree

ICON: Business and commerce

Business/
Commerce, General

Bachelor’s Degree

ICON: Natural resource conservation

Natural
Resources
Conservation
and Research

Bachelor’s Degree

ICON: Biological sciences

Biology,
General

Bachelor’s Degree

University of Redlands