University of Redlands, founded in 1907, is a private liberal arts university located in Redlands, California. It is home to over 3,700 undergraduate students, who have the option of being a part of living-learning communities; communities with specific themes ranging from “freshmen” to “social justice”. They can join any of its 120 social groups and clubs, including recreational & outdoor clubs, varsity sports, service opportunities and multicultural or religious organizations. The university also plays host to live concerts and a thriving Greek life. It encourages studying abroad, with approved programs all over the world, including in Austria and Guatemala. It has nearby beaches, and school-sponsored opportunities to go hot air ballooning and sea kayaking; paradise for adventure lovers. Notable Redlands alumni include author & former actress Morgan York and TV producer Glen Charles. The university, once serving as a set for films such as The Rules of Attraction, is home to sustainable buildings and well-rounded resources.