Redlands in the News


During the spring semester, University of Redlands faculty, staff, and students were quoted in outlets from ABC 7 Eyewitness News to Los Angeles Times.

“In this class we are working to see people in a new way, as most of the people we see every day we don’t pay much attention to.”

Fran Grace, professor of religious studies, “There’s a room at the University of Redlands where students can search for serenity,” in Redlands Daily Facts, Press Enterprise, The Sun, Feb. 22, 2018


“[I hope that people who want their pet in flight will] pay and put them under the seat.”

Catherine Salmon, professor of psychology, in “Do emotional support animals belong in the airline’s cabin or should they be left at home?” Los Angeles Times, March 25, 2018, also quoted in Chicago Tribune, The Sacramento Bee, and Baltimore Sun


“The entire world is going digital. Everything is going to be code now!”

Joseph Gil, a 17-year-old student in the School of Continuing Studies Coding Boot Camp, in “Cool Kid Joseph Gil loves coding & helping classmates,” ABC 7 Eyewitness News, April 5, 2018


“A letter of recommendation can add a little bit of context. … It can clarify some things and really push the decision, typically, in favor of the student.”

Kenley Jones, senior associate director of admissions/director of international recruitment, in “College Admissions: Receiving Support through Recommendations,” Voice of America, April 20, 2018

Forbes also named the U of R among “institutions of higher education [that]have taken the initiative to provide students and families in their surrounding communities with special admission and financial aid incentives if they choose to attend,” in the May 3 article “Colleges’ ‘Good Neighbor’ Policies Reveal Great Opportunities For Local Students.”


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