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Admissions Requirements

Admissions Tests Required: Required
Completion of College Preparatory Program: Recommended
Recommendations: Required
Secondary School GPA: Required
Secondary School Rank: Recommended
Secondary School Record: Required
TOEFL: Required
Common Application Accepted: Yes

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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

1200 E. Colton Ave Redlands, CA 92373-0999
Phone: (909) 793-2121
Admissions Phone: (800) 455-5064
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Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Holly from Jonesville, MI
  • Jan-28-2015 I am a current student here

    - Get to know your College advisor, once you are accepted they will call you around once a month to help get you ready for college until around July, when they will hand you off to your Orientation mentor (an upperclassman that applied and went through training to help you through your first few months!) - Make sure to read through the housing opportunities. In addition to the normal communities, there are 'themed' communities open to Freshmen as well. Some of these include the Wellness, Catalyst, and Environmentally Conscious communities. -Don't let the price get to you, they offer a lot of financial aid and if you are eligible for work study they will make sure you get ten hours of work a week. - -DEFINITELY- get involved with Outdoor programs. It's a program on campus that offers cheap outdoor workshops and adventures. These can go from backpacking to rockclimbing, beach bumming, and more. I personally didn't do a First Year Journey, but those are run by the same people that run Outdoor Programs.

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  • Nick from REDLANDS, CA
  • Jan-05-2015 I am a current student here

    Be ready to learn about people from different backgrounds, who look at life through another angle, and are not strictly the ideal type of college students movies/media portray them to be.

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  • Zachary from Lake Arrowhead, CA
  • Jan-03-2015 I am a current student here

    If planning to attend, I would highly recommend living on campus for the first year. If you will not be living on campus like I did, I would strongly suggest getting involved in clubs and spending a lot of time on campus.

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  • Kira from Murrieta, CA
  • May-13-2014 I am a current student here

    Go have your own individual college experiences! There are SO many ways to get involved, and such a diversity in clubs, activities, Greek life, sports, arts, etc. to keep you busy here. Though it may seem overwhelming at first, get your feet wet in a few different organizations or clubs, and check out the beautiful campus. There's nothing here to stop you from having your own individual college experience, so get the most out of it and take advantage of the incredible opportunities here.

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