G.I. Jobs has ranked the University of Redlands in the top 15 percent nationally for offering the best education, value and welcome to military students.

As a Military Friendly and Yellow Ribbon school, we do our best to embrace America’s military service members and veterans as students. In addition to taking part in all applicable education benefits offered through the V.A., we also offer:

  • Discounted active duty tuition
  • VA Certifying Officials
  • Independent Study if you are deployed

Our programs are designed for busy adults, with evening classes and flexible scheduling and eight convenient V.A.-approved locations in Southern California: Burbank, Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, Riverside, San Diego, Santa Ana, Temecula and Torrance, so you can maximize your housing allowance.

Our adult degree programs offer quality academics with convenient block scheduling that provides the flexibility you need with the peace of mind that you can finish your program on time: no questions, no worries or hassles about classes.

If you get deployed, you can complete your coursework through independent study.

Have specific questions? Get Started Today.

  • Call 1-888-999-9844. Mention that you are an active duty military/spouse or veteran.
  • Let us guide you through the application and enrollment process.
  • We can get you started with your military/VA benefits process.
  • Schedule an appointment and check out one of our campuses.
  • Apply online. No transcript fee.

 

2 Responses to University of Redlands Ranked in Top 15 Percent of Military Friendly Schools

  1. Arnold Ahyuen says:

    I am in the MBA program in San Diego and while I am satisfied with the actual classes the UOR certifying officials and VA officials adhere to a scheduling dilemma for students which results in a $ 450.00. shortage in the housing stipend. The MBA classes are 8 weeks long and meet once a week. Once a class is completed the next class starts immediately one week after the conclusion of the previous class. Students actually start completing assignments prior to the start of the next class and do not recieve the housing allowance because of the meeting dates of classes. Thus far this has resulted in a shortage of over $1200.00 in Veterans benefits. I do not believe that the UOR is doing its best to serve all veterans.

    • kgrammer says:

      The University of Redlands School of Business, School of Education and School of Continuing Studies programs operate on non-standard terms. Technically, the time between courses is a ‘break period’ in non-standard term programs, even if there is preparatory assignments prior to the first class session of a course. Unfortunately, one of the changes made by the VA to the Post 9/11 GI Bill on 8/1/11 was the discontinuation of ‘break or interval’ pay (http://military-education.military.com/2011/01/va-offers-more-details-on-gi-bill-changes/). The good news is entitlement which previously would have been used for break pay will be available for use during a future enrollment.

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