The University of Redlands is a private institution founded as a Baptist School. The school operates independently of the American Baptist Church but maintains an informal relationship. The Princeton Review lists the school among the “Best Western” colleges. The non-profit university offers liberal arts and professional programs, as well as operates seven regional locations for working adults throughout Southern California.
The University of Redlands has a beautiful campus, a medium-sized tight-knit community of students and faculty, and is both great in Academics and Arts. All of the classes are within walking distance from any of the dorms. The food, however, is overrated.
Aaron from Hemet, CA
Due to its small population, Redlands has smaller classes, and therefore the teacher knows every student by name and is able to help them individually with office hours and no-cost tutoring. The school is very liberal, accepting and inclusive, with plenty of opportunities for minorities to express themselves without fear of discrimination. There are many opportunities for living on campus and off campus, and the community director and assistants at the residence halls are friendly, helpful and kind.