The University of Redlands is a small, private liberal arts and sciences university in the heart of Southern California. Our friendly campus community, coupled with access to Downtown Los Angeles, the beaches of San Diego and the deserts of Joshua Tree National Park, situates students within an environment of adventure and inspiration.
Our campus is home to 2,600 undergraduate students representing 44 states and 44 countries of citizenship. In addition to traditional liberal arts majors such as Public Policy, Race and Ethnic Studies and Creative Writing, we offer impressive pre-professional programs such as Communicative Disorders, Global Business, Pre-Health/Pre-Med and Pre-Law. An interdisciplinary program called the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies allows students to design their own program of study. We offer 50 programs of study, with Business, Biology and Psychology among the most popular.
Our campus completes over 120,000 hours of community service every year; half of our students spend at least a semester traveling the world. We encourage experiential learning outside of the classroom and global perspectives. We aim to educate the hearts and minds of our students and to create a welcoming space for all, recognizing that the unique experiences and perspectives of all members of our community enhance our living and learning environments.
The Redlands 4-Year Promise guarantees that students will complete their education in 4 years. With our generous merit scholarships, the University nurtures incredibly successful liberal arts students who go on to competitive graduate programs such as Stanford Law School; to high-earning careers at companies including Boeing, Disney, Tesla and IBM; and, to life-changing service opportunities, such as the Fulbright Program.
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The SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards Consortium is a unique private college enrollment marketing tool to fill a "traditional" freshman class. Our member colleges & universities are able to identify prospective students from families who are actively saving and planning for higher education or work for a company that provides good benefits... and who have indicated interest in attending a private college. SAGE Students tend to be well qualified - both academically and financially.
Employees of companies which offer voluntary benefits through select national insurers, or who partner directly with SAGE can earn guaranteed college scholarships for use at over almost 400 private colleges and universities across the United States, for their children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews, based on their 401(k), 403(b), profit-sharing or other company sponsored retirement savings plan. Tuition Rewards is available nationwide through over 135,000 participating employers. What could be better than helping to make the ever-escalating cost of college more affordable for your employees? Tuition Rewards should help give your company an edge in workplace satisfaction - and in attracting and retaining talent.
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Tuition Rewards News
Jacksonville University Joins SAGE Tuition Rewards
posted August 17, 2017
Jacksonville University, the oldest private university in northern Florida and southern Georgia, has become the 13th Florida member of the SAGE Tuition Rewards program. Serving 2,900 undergraduates from all 50 states as well as 51 countries, JU is located on a 250-acre riverfront campus minutes from downtown and a short drive from the ocean.
Nationally ranked for a "positive student life experience," JU offers over 70 majors and...
Dean College Joins SAGE Tuition Rewards
posted August 14, 2017
Dean College, noted for its exceptional teaching, student support and advising services, has become the 14th Massachusetts member of the SAGE Tuition Rewards program.
This year, 100% of Dean's bachelor degree candidates graduated in four years. Dean draws 54% of its nearly 1,200 full-time undergraduates from outside Massachusetts, attracting students from 26 countries and 30 states. A college on the move, Dean has completed $51 million...
University of Rochester Joins SAGE Tuition Rewards
posted July 28, 2017
The University of Rochester, which counts five alumni, two faculty and a senior research associate as Nobel Prizewinners, has joined the SAGE Tuition Rewards Enrollment Consortium. One of the nation’s premier research universities, the U of R is the largest employer in the Greater Rochester area and the sixth largest employer in New York State. The University boasts a $2.1 billion endowment.
Founded in 1850, the University offers its...
Guilford College Joins SAGE Tuition Rewards
posted June 9, 2017
Guilford College, committed to the core values of its Quaker heritage – acceptance, civility, community, diversity, equality, integrity, justice and tolerance, has become the 16th North Carolina member of the SAGE Tuition Rewards Private College & University Enrollment Consortium.
One of the most diverse small liberal arts colleges in the nation, Guilford offers a writing-intensive curriculum that challenges students to apply ethics...