University of Redlands Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (6)
I highly recommend the Salzburg Semester study abroad program. Not only was I able to visit 13 countries in 16 weeks, I was also able to learn from and interact with locals through our customized trips. I also learned essential life skills such as how to budget my money, be respectful of other people's cultures and indifferences, plan my schedule, and be responsible when traveling alone, among others. I could not be any more grateful to the Department of Mathematics faculty. I came in as a transfer student from another country. I appreciate how they welcomed me and guided me throughout my transition to the university. They were supportive and encouraging until the very end.
I was in the adult program which was one night a week for four hours. It was really nice to be able to continue to work full time and go to school at night. It was only a 2 year program which was also nice. Your classes are guaranteed and you do not have to fight for enrollments.
I attended a sattelite campus for the school. The professors were topnotch but the supportive resources were not enough especially for higher education counseling
The biology program at the University of Redlands is truly one-of-a-kind. The professors there are extremely knowledgeable, professional, and supportive of all of their students in any endeavor. We received hands learning in our first classes. Small class sizes mean that professors have more time to decide to each student, and each student receives more hands on experiences. The professors come they're to track and research is secondary, which means students and classes are the top priority, not a means to an end of being able to do research. All-in-all, I believe the Biology program at the University of Redlands is second-to-none.
I truly felt that my education was in good hands; I wasn't the only one worried or concerned about it. And the environment is a healthy one. So far so good!
University of Redlands was instrumental in my career development. I was directed to do as many internships as possible and develop a good portfolio. Upon graduation I had three related job offers in a highly competitive advertising field in a slow hiring period. A university alumni paved the way for the job that I ultimately took. I was working 2 weeks after graduating. I went on to open my own advertising agency that was successful for 13 years, until I moved out of state and closed my business.