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University of Redlands to Hold Open House

Isn’t it time you invested in yourself? Attend the next Information Session at the University of Redlands, Temecula Campus on Tuesday, May 12th, from 6:00-7:30 pm.

Millions of Americans work hard every day to advance their careers, or make a better life for themselves and their families. However, during unstable economic times, working hard may not be enough.

Many professional adults are returning to college to acquire the knowledge and skills they need to move forward. Many have chosen to do so at the University of Redlands, a non-profit, regionally accredited university once again ranked by Forbes as one of America’s Top Colleges and known as a pioneer in academic programs for working adults.

One way the university has set itself apart is by keeping classes accessible and flexible for adult students. Courses are held one night a week and are offered at a number of locations, including at a local campus in Temecula. (Education programs meet two nights a week)

Billy and Kara Macrae, siblings from Temecula, are two students who are navigating the path of education in search of brighter futures. After attending Mt. San Jacinto College, both students transferred to University of Redlands School of Business, Temecula campus, in pursuit of their Bachelor of Science degrees.

When they learned about the University of Redlands at a college transfer fair, they really liked the format. With eight campuses throughout Southern California, a 2.5-year BS program, and a convenient one-night-a-week schedule, both could continue to work their full-time jobs in management.

Graduate & Professional Education at the University of Redlands offers undergraduate degree completion programs, graduate degrees in Business, Management, Education, Teacher credentialing programs and certificate programs through Continuing Studies.

Individual courses and Continuing Studies certificates have no admission requirements or application; simply enroll online. These classes offer fully transferable credit toward an undergraduate degree.

Applications are now being accepted for each of these programs. Undergraduate and graduate degree programs begin year round. Professional Certificate programs run continuously, no previous college coursework is required. The application process is free.

Visit for more information on our programs or attend an upcoming information session: Tuesday, May 12th or Wednesday, June 17th from 6 – 7:30 pm at the University of Redlands, Temecula Campus, 27720 Jefferson Avenue, Suite 400, Temecula, CA 92590

Please call the Temecula Campus at 951-296-2067 to RSVP for an event or to schedule a personal counseling appointment.

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