All students at the University of Redlands are required to live on campus with a meal plan for the duration of their undergraduate career except in specific circumstances. Redlands students place a high priority on creating a genuine sense of community in our residence halls. Hall staff members and other student leaders play a pivotal role in planning hall activities and programs that encourage students to grapple with social and intellectual challenges.
Each Residence Hall Community consists of a number of staff members who work to ensure that the communities are running smoothly and that our students feel safe to be themselves, explore their identities, and learn and grow together.
February 24th-28th Spring Break (all communities remain open)
Although many students travel during May term, some courses are taught on campus. Housing is available for students on campus and is included as part of your room and board. This is provided you live on campus at least a semester during the academic year and have an eligible May Term remaining to use. Your meal plan for May is any meal card balance carried over from the fall and spring semester, meaning no additional funds are distributed.
The main difference for May Term housing is many of the communities close and students are consolidated into the open locations. If you are staying for May Term, check with your hall staff to find out if your hall is closing. If you live in a community that will close, you will be given a new assignment for May Term and move to that location the day before classes begin.
The University of Redlands closes housing during the summer and defers to Event Services for conference operations. A limited amount of housing is available to those students who are employed by a campus department during the summer months. For more information, contact Student Employment.