University of Redlands

Welcome to the University of Redlands!

Speaker_TomHoran_280.jpgI want to personally welcome you to the School of Business at the University of Redlands. We want to ensure that you have successful start of your educational journey. This information packet contains everything you need to prepare you for your first day of class, as well as resources you will need throughout your program. From Campus Services to our Study Abroad program, our staff members are here to provide support in order to help you succeed each step of the way.

Welcome to the Bulldog family!

Thomas A. Horan, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Business & H. Jess and Donna Senecal Dean's Chair

New Student Orientation

Prior to starting your program, you must complete the New Student Orientation online so you know what to expect and how to prepare for your educational journey ahead!

  1.  You will need a computer with internet access and may use speakers. Otherwise, we are pleased to offer closed captioning. All Orientation videos have the CC (closed captioning) icon in the player controls. Press "English CC" to enable closed captioning and "None" to disable. 
  2. Then, please click New Student Orientation to start the Orientation. 
  3. Begin the Orientation and click "Next" to navigate through each Section until you’ve completed all 10 Sections. Please don’t forget to complete and submit the Orientation Survey. 

Study Abroad

Develop a Global Perspective with an International Adventure

The School of Business offers students, alumni, and guests short-term study abroad courses tailored to meet students’ professional and academic interests, as well as balance with their busy schedules. The mission of our international programs is to promote an awareness of business administration through a global lens. Inspired by the unique learning that comes through cross-cultural study, our programs enable students to experience international business firsthand in some of the most remarkable regions in the world. Through a combination of academic presentations and corporate visits, you will learn about the challenges of global business from both renowned scholars and executives who run international organizations. By choosing to participate in one of our international programs, you are assured an experience that will be intellectually stimulating and culturally rewarding.

For detailed information on any of our study abroad programs, visit the International Business Programs website. To speak with a representative about International Programs, please contact:

Dr. Michael MacQueen

Director, International Programs

Dr. Allison Fraiberg

Associate Director, International Programs

Charlotte Roth

Project Specialist


View and download the flyer here

Consultancy Capstone

The Capstone with a Difference

The Business Consultancy Program at the University of Redlands School of Business matches teams of graduate and undergraduate business students with projects submitted by global and domestic businesses and not-for-profit organizations. 

Twice each year, during the winter and summer capstone periods, the School of Business offers our undergraduate and graduate students two unique options for completing their capstone requirement: a global consultancy with an international firm and a domestic consulting engagement with an organization in Southern California.

These courses provide an opportunity for selected students to apply the knowledge they have gained through their studies to a practical consulting experience. A critical aspect of the consulting engagement is that students will be required to think creatively and work outside their comfort zone. We know these consulting projects are highly valued because our consulting clients tell us so, and they make a significant contribution to business development in both Southern California and abroad.

With program director approval, this course meets capstone requirements for all School of Business degree programs.

For more detailed information, visit the Consultancy Capstone webpage. View and download the flyer here

The Writing Lounge: Communication Webinar Series

Need help getting started or organizing ideas? Research paper due? Frustrated by APA? Nervous about presenting your work?

Join us in The Writing Lounge, our communication webinar series in the School of Business. At each meeting, Dr. Allison Fraiberg will give a brief presentation on a specific topic, and then open up the discussion for questions on your writing projects and assignments. No pressure, no registration--just drop on in for tips & techniques to elevate your writing!


Click here or contact for more information.

Upcoming Webinars:

Organizing Your Ideas - February 10 from 12:00 P.M. to 1:00 P.M. PST

Prove Your Point Every Time!  - February 24 from 12 P.M. to 1:00 P.M.

Join webinar here.

Campus Services Team

Meet our Team


Margaret Loya
Campus Services Associate

Rancho Cucamonga Campus




Melissa Coffman
Campus Services Associate

Burbank Campus




Alyssa Lewis
Campus Services Associate

Redlands Campus



Charay Myles
Campus Services Associate

Riverside Campus




Natalie Gimondo
Campus Services Associate

South Coast Metro Campus




Jennifer Guzman
Campus Services Associate

Temecula Campus
San Diego Campus

Temecula: 951.296.2067
San Diego: 619.284.9292


Wendy Osborn
Director of Campus Services




Office of Student Success

We're here to assist you with: 

  •  - Advising and Degree Completion Planning
  •  - Student Planning and Self-Registration
  •  - Tutoring and Disability Services
  •  - Mentor Program and Commencement Preparation
  •  - Online Advising Center in Moodle
  •  - Study Abroad and Business Consultancy Program

Please scroll down to determine the Student Success advisor dedicated to your campus and program. For your convenience, you may contact your Student Success advisor toll-free at 1.877.879.6413 or via email at For more information on student resources, please visit our web pages on the University's website

Burbank Campus

Undergraduate Programs:

Harmonie Carr

Graduate Programs:

Diana Guerrero

Marin Campus

All Programs

Harmonie Carr

South Coast Metro Campus

All Programs:

Diana Guerrero

Rancho Cucamonga Campus

All Programs:

Khanhvy Philadelphia

Redlands Campus

BSB, MBA, and MSBA Programs:

Autumn McKiernan

BSM, MSIT, and MSOL Programs:

Khanhvy Philadelphia

Riverside Campus

All Programs:

Nguyen Le

San Diego Campus

All Programs:

Lili Dimas

Temecula Campus

All Programs

Harmonie Carr

Online MBA

Students with Last Name A-K:

Nguyen Le

Students with Last Name L-Z:

Lili Dimas

Meet our Team

Autumn McKiernan | Assistant Director of Student Success

P: 909.748.8828

Located at the Redlands Campus

Diana Guerrero | Assistant Director of Student Success

P: 909.748.8162

Located at the South Coast Metro Campus

Harmonie Carr | Assistant Director of Student Success

P: 909.748.8924

Located at the Temecula Campus

Khanhvy Philadephia | Assistant Director of Student Success

P: 909.748.8851

Located at the Rancho Cucamonga Campus

Marlene Lopez | Assistant Director of Student Success

P: 909.748.8141

Located at the San Diego Campus

Nguyen Le | Assistant Director of Student Success

P: 909.748.8117

Located at the Riverside Campus


Military & Veterans Services Office

Important Resources

  •  - Explanation and guidance in applying for and utilizing military or VA educational benefits
  •  - Access to available resources on and off campus
  •  - Workshops and seminars to assist in the transition from military to civilian life
  •  - Student Veterans Organization
  •  - Recognition of Active Duty Military, Reservists, National Guardsmen, Coast Guard, Veterans, and their families through planned events
  •  - Special recognition at graduation


For more detailed information, please visist

Meet our Team

Monique Pope
Director of Military and Veteran Services

P: 909.748.8478

Erin Lee
Military Career Specialist

P: 909.748.6377





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Student Planning: Self-Registration

A step-by-step guide on how to complete self-registration.

Step 1: Log into Self-Serivce via the myRedlands portal and click on Student Planning


Step 2: Click on Plan your Degree & Register for Classes


Step 3: Search for Course via search bar (don't use spaces) or via Course Catalog


Step 4: View the available sections of the course


Step 5: Add correct section to schedule


Step 6: Confirm course section


Step 7: Go back to plan

Note: Confirmation notifications will be visible in the upper right-hand corner


Step 8: Click Register or Register Now


Step 9: Confirm registration


Common Registration Issues

1. Logging In

Username:      University email address without

Password:       Same as all others


2. Planning Placeholders

If students click Add Course to Plan instead of Add Section to Schedule, Student Planning will only add a placeholder.


What clicking Add Course to Plan looks like:


What clicking Add Section to Schedule looks like:


3. Notifications

Account holds are found on the top right corner as well as on the notification bar.


4. Not Clicking Register or Register Now

  •   - Before students click Register or Register Now, the check mark will be gold and it will state
  •   - After you have clicked Register or Register Now, there will be a green check mark next to the course registration(s) and it will state Registered, but not started.

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Planned vs. Registered

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5. Don't know what to register for?

If you don’t know what to register for:

  •   - Find your Schedule of Instruction or custom schedule made for you
  •   - Review “Progress” screen to see courses needed
  •   - If you don’t have a schedule, please contact your Student Services Manager

NOTE: School of Business courses are 8 weeks in length and each semester is 16 weeks in length. Therefore, a full semester course load is two courses each semester (1 course the first 8 weeks and 1 course the last 8 weeks).

6. Need Help?

  •   - For assistance with Student Planning, please contact your Campus Services Associate. Scroll up to the Campus Services Team section for contact information. 
  •   - For academic advising and scheduling assistance, please contact your Associate Director of Student Success. Scroll up to the Student Success Team section for contact information.


Phone: (877) 879-6413

Student Financial Services

What is Student Financial Services?

Student Financial Services encompasses all activities related to a student’s financial record, including the following:

  •   - Financial aid (loans, grants, etc.)
  •   - Billing and payment options
  •   - Financial literacy
  •   - Loan Counseling


The following are resources to help you access and understand your financial aid and student account information.

1. Self-Service – through self-service, you can:

  •   - Review the status of your financial aid
  •   - Review and access links to outstanding items
  •   - Review your award letter
  •   - Review billing activity and statements
  •   - Make payments and enroll in a payment plan

2. G&PE Resources Webpage: 

3. Student Financial Services Coordinators

Diana Resendez

Student Financial Services Coordinator
(Student Last Name A-J)

Phone: 909.748.8261

Cheryl Matta

Student Financial Services Coordinator
(Student Last Name K-Z)

Phone: 909.748.8265


Billing and Financial Aid Overview

Admitted to Program


You should receive a financial aid estimator during the admissions process to help with a general understanding of cost and financial aid before you receive your financial aid package


Complete Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA)



  - There are often two FAFSA years open at once – you should complete the FAFSA based on your start term: 

  - Must be filed every year to be eligible for financial aid


Receive Financial Aid Award Letter


  - Award letters will be sent the later of 30-60 days prior to start of your program, or within 2 weeks of receiving the FAFSA

  - You will receive notification to their Redlands email, and can view their award letter in Self-Service

  - If an undergraduate student’s financial circumstances have changed, you can appeal using the Special Circumstances Appeal Form available at


Complete MPN and Entrance Counseling


  - To accept your Federal Direct Loans, you should complete an MPN and Entrance Counseling at 


Receive Billing eStatement


  - Billing statements will be sent the first week of classes

  - If you have a credit balance and would like to receive a refund via direct deposit, you can sign up in Web Advisor in MyRedlands under Financial Information


30 Days to Pay Balance


  - You can pay your balance with a payment plan (monthly installments, $35 enrollment fee), one-time payment, or by financing through a Direct PLUS Loan or private loan




Quick Start Guide

Students can access Moodle through the myRedlands portal or directly at When accessing the myRedlands portal, students will use their full Redlands email address and password to log in.

If accessing Moodle directly (, click the maroon Log In button at the top of the screen. If prompted for a password, enter your University of Redlands username (ex. firstname_lastname) and password.

For more information about getting started, you can watch this Moodle Overview video or you can visit IT's Moodle Support section

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Peregrine Onboarding Assessment FAQ’s

1. When will the new assessments begin?

The assessment will be made available at the beginning of your first course.

2. How do find the assessment?

You are automatically registered in the Peregrine Onboarding Assessment and can access it by logging into Moodle. In Moodle, please thoroughly review the Peregrine Inbound Exam registration instructions. You will need your student ID number to start the assessment. If you do not see your section listed on the Peregrine Inbound exam, email to add it. You will not be permitted to register for the following semester until you have completed the assessment.

3. When do I take the assessment?

If you start your first course at the beginning of a semester you have the entire semester to complete the assessment.  If you start with the second course in the semester you will have until the end of that course to complete the assessment.  For example, new students starting in late October with the second course in the Fall semester must complete the assessment by December so they can register for the next semester that begins in January.  New students who start with the first course in the Fall semester in September also have until December to complete the assessment. 

4. How do I take the assessment?

Upon completion of your registration, you will receive confirmation email with your link to take the exam online.

The Moodle course is a 0-unit course and it contains the information for the entrance assessment.  There is no tuition required for the course, but the cost of the assessment is $36 and will be due at the time of the assessment directly to the company (Peregrine) who provides the assessment. The fee is nonrefundable.  

5. Am I being graded for the assessment?

This is not a pass/fail assessment and is not a prerequisite to entering our programs.  There is no impact on any student based on how they perform on the assessment.  It is merely a starting point from which we will be able to better measure how much you have learned in the program.

6. Why am I required to take this assessment?

This assessment is an academic requirement for all new students to evaluate their knowledge at the start of the program.  

Office of Career & Professional Development

Our Office

The Office of Career & Professional Development (OCPD) prepares students to be informed, focused, convincing and well-regarded leaders, team members, and graduate students eager to contribute to professional fields and employers throughout all industries. With our emphasis on high quality personalized counseling and instruction, we transform individuals into proactive professionals better prepared to embrace, adapt to and drive change and productivity in an increasingly competitive, global economy. The office partners with faculty to integrate individual counseling and group instruction into the academic programs of the University. During the 2017-2018 academic year, 100% of students said that they would refer a friend to the OCPD.


Making the grade is one thing. Navigating your future is another. To help students successfully transition to professional life, the University of Redlands’ Office of Career & Professional Development offers comprehensive preparation that will give students an edge in the real world.

Students can utilize coaching and instructional tools while gathering valuable referrals that can take them into an increasingly competitive and network-oriented market. Learning the importance of communication and other employment-related skills can ready students for the next step forward.

We aim to advance meaningful and effective student decision-making, professional preparation, and post-graduate satisfaction through collaborative coaching and instruction. We support students and alumni in their exploration of various career-related topics including (but not limited to):

  •   - Professional assessments – to foster self-awareness and guide decision-making
  •   - Employment research/professional advancement – to explore and understand different industries, fields, and employers
  •   - Internship/employment strategy – to proactively engage and secure opportunities
  •   - Resumes, cover letters, and portfolios – to effectively articulate qualifications and capabilities
  •   - Interviewing and negotiation – to position properly for maximizing compensation and growth
  •   - Referral management – to cultivate relationships that lead to internship and employment referrals
  •   - Graduate school planning – to investigate and evaluate graduate and professional school options
  •   - Personal statements – to write essays that clearly communicate applicant commitment and potential



Students and alumni have access to Handshake, an interactive platform that allows users to access the Office of Career & Professional Development, RSVP for events, and utilize resources. Handshake also connects college students and alumni with internship and job opportunities across the country. Handshake has relationships with over 200,000 employers from Fortune 500 companies to local businesses, schools, and non-profits in every state. Handshake’s philosophy is founded on the idea of democratizing the job search by matching talent with opportunity across diverse industries. Click here to learn more. 

Top 5 Industries represented on Handshake

  1. K-12 Education
  2. Internet & Software
  3. Healthcare
  4. Non-Profit
  5. Government- Local, State, & Federal


The staff of the Office of Career & Professional Development is an engaged, experienced and collaborative team of professional staff and highly trained undergraduate and graduate-level Peer Career Educators (PCEs). They are committed to educating and positively impacting students and alumni from the College of Arts & Sciences, School of Business, and School of Education. Professional staff members include:

Kelly Dries, Executive Director

Ph.D. Educational Leadership & Policy, University of Utah
M.A. Professional Studies: Student Affairs, Towson University

Lauren Wooster, Assistant Director

M.A. Ed. School Counseling with a College Emphasis, University of Redlands

Thomas Guzowski, Assistant Director

We look forward to building relationships with students, alumni, parents, faculty, employers, and graduate schools.

Click here to learn more about the Office of Career & Professional Development. 

ResNet: Student Technical Support


Residential Network (ResNet) is the best place to start with any technical related questions you may have. ResNet provides this complementary service to all students attending University of Redlands. ResNet Provides the following Software to all University ofRedlands Students:

  •   - Microsoft Office 365 (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook,One note, One Drive cloud storage) for both Windows and Mac OSX Operating System computers.
  •   - Symantec Enterprise Protection anti-virus (required if living in a Residence Hall)

What is ResNet?

ResNet provides on-site technical support to all students attending University of Redlands. ResNet is available to provide assistance to students in the following areas:

  •   - Connecting to the University of Redlands Wireless network.
  •   - Setting up gaming devices on the UoR Gaming Network.
  •   - Adding Redlands e-mail to mobile devices.
  •   - Computer virus /malware/spyware removal.
  •   - Assist with residential network issues.
  •   - UoR password change/reset.

ResNet is staffed by the ResNet Manager and a team of tech-savvy work-study students, they are here to assist you with your technology needs. **Note: Wireless printing is not supported on the University's Wireless Network**

Contact ResNet:

Phone: 909.748.8921

Hours of Operation

Throughout the School year
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

May Term and Summer
Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

The Whitehead Leadership Society


Whitehead Leadership Society

The Whitehead Leadership Society is an organization established to encourage leadership and academic excellence within the University of Redlands School of Business. As facilitators of professional education and lifelong learning, individual members of the Society have the responsibility to provide active service and support to the university community; foster an academic climate for enhancing School of Business student achievement; focus on increasing productive student and faculty dialogue; and honor the traditions of the liberal arts.

Benefits of Whitehead Leadership Society Membership

  •   - Formal induction ceremony and presentation of a Whitehead Leadership Society (WLS) medallion and certificate of membership.
  •   - Special recognition at commencement for attributions to the University and community.
  •   - Lifetime membership to the WLS alumni network.
  •   - Professional and social events invitations.
  •   - Leadership and service: Participate with your WLS peers, alumni, and the community in leadership and service-oriented events.

Student Selection Process: The Pathway to Membership

Students who are eligible for membership in the WLS may be approved for WLS induction in one of the following ways:

  1. 1. By faithfully executing the duties of a student leader as documented by peers, faculty, and/or campus staff and administrators during the term of service (minimum of four months service).
  2. 2. By providing leadership, active service, and support to the University and/or within the community as documented by the student, the student's peers, faculty, school administrators, community members, and/or colleagues.

Spring 2021 Nomination Deadline and Induction Ceremony

The Spring 2021 nominations (self-nominations are permitted) are due to Christine Taitano, the Director of Student Success at no later than January 29, 2021.  All nomination requirements (all four parts) must be completed and submitted as one packet by the deadline for consideration. 

All nominations will be reviewed for approval by the Whitehead Leadership Society Board of Directors. Those approved for induction will receive an email invitation at least two weeks prior to the induction date.

The next WLS Induction ceremony will be held virtually on Saturday, March 6, 2021 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and attendance is by invitation only.

Click here to visit the Whitehead Leadership Society webpage to learn more.

Diversity and First Generation

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Contact Christopher Jones, JD:

Disability Services


The University of Redlands is committed to full compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), the ADA Amendments Act 2008, and state and local regulations regarding students and applicants with disabilities. In carrying out this policy, we are committed to the full participation of all students in the University’s educational programs and activities.

Accessing Services: Documentation

After admission and enrollment, students should contact the appropriate School for an appointment to initiate their request for services. Students requesting accommodations must provide documentation from a qualified professional verifying their disability. Disabilities may include:

  •   - Learning Disabilities
  •   - Medical/Physical Disabilities
  •   - Psychological & Other Disabilities

Procedure to Receive Accommodations

In order to receive accommodations, follow these steps:

  1. 1. Contact the appropriate School (contact information on the following page)
  2. 2. Provide appropriate documentation (from a qualified professional)
  3. 3. Provide the documentation prior to the beginning of classes, or as soon as they begin, to ensure accommodations can be provided as quickly as possible
  4. 4. Meet with professors to discuss accommodation needs & sign forms
  5. 5. Student acts as self-advocate; Disability Services supports the student by providing additional advocacy if needed


Academic accommodations may include, but are not limited to:

  •   - Extended time on exams
  •   - Quiet testing room
  •   - Note takers
  •   - Exam accommodations (e.g., use of a computer, spell-check)
  •   - Audio books
  •   - Housing accommodations
  •   - Dietary accommodations


Accommodations are determined by the appropriate School.

Disability Services Contact Information

College of Arts & Sciences

Fax: 909-335-5296


Amy Wilms
Assistant Dean, Academic Success & Disability Services

P: 909.748.8069


Graduate School of Theology

Phone: 415-451-2800


Stephanie LaMonaca
Associate Dean for Student Success

P: 415.451.2800


School of Business

Fax: 909-335-4035


Christine Taitano
Director of Student Services

P: 909.748.8743


School of Continuing Studies

Fax: 909-335-5308


Amy Moff Hudec
Director of School of Continuing Studies

P: 909.748.8863


School of Education

Fax: 909-335-5204


Office of Student Success
Academic Advising

P: 909.748.8064



University of Redlands
1200 E. Colton Avenue
P.O. Box 3080
Redlands, CA 92373



Campus Bookstore

COVID-19 Update

The health and well-being of our customers and employees are incredibly important to us. As such, we have closed your campus store temporarily until further notice. Store reopen dates will be based on national, state, and local guidelines, as well as the campus policies of your school administration.

We will continue to accept orders online for delivery, though you may experience significantly longer shipping times than usual based on local delivery conditions. Any purchases returned via shipment to our stores will be processed when our stores reopen. We will keep you informed of any updates as circumstances change.  

Check the Bookstore website for any updates as circumstances change:

The Right Book, from the Right Place

The Campus Bookstore has everything you need to be ready for the challenges that await in the classroom. In addition to having all of your required textbooks, you can also find journals, planners and University apparel all in one place.

When you get your books from the campus bookstore, you can be sure you’re getting exactly what you need to be prepared for class. Textbooks editions change all the time, so we work closely with your faculty members to ensure we have the right books on our shelves for all of your courses. Look up your required textbooks 4 weeks prior to your first day of class at

Many students prefer to order textbooks online. Here are some websites to consider:


How to Find Course Textbooks

1. Go to the bookstore website:

2. Hover over the Textbooks dropdown menu in the top left side of the webpage and select Find Textbooks:

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3. On the Find Course Materials page, enter the following information:

  •   - Term: select the upcoming term
  •   - Department: enter the course prefix, i.e. ACCT, BUAD, BAMG, MGMT, etc.
  •   - Course: enter the course number
  •   - Section: enter the section you are enrolled in


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5.The next screen will list all course textbooks that are required and/or recommended from the syllabus:

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Armacost Library Resources

Through the University of Redlands, Armacost Library, you have paid access to hundreds of thousands of:

  •   - Books
  •   - Journal, magazine, and newspaper articles
  •   - Librarians with expertise in research in various disciplinary areas

To use these resources, simply click the Library icon in the quick links section of your myRedlands portal.

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For help getting started in business research, bookmark this link for future reference:

Here you’ll find useful hints on how to:

  •   - Develop a search strategy
  •   - Cite your sources
  •   - Contact your librarian

There are also links to the most commonly used databases for business studies, including:

  •   - ABI/INFORM
  •   - Business Source Complete
  •   - JSTOR
  •   - Mergent Intellect
  •   - IBIS World

Librarian Contact Information

Janelle Julagay
MLIS Librarian for Online Learning and Business Studies
Armacost Library, room 210

P: 909.748.8083

2Step Authentication – Duo Security

What is 2Step Authentication?

2Step authentication, also known as two-factor authentication or multi-factor authentication, provides an extra layer of security by requiring a user to log in with a username/password combo plus a second method of verifying the user's identity. The second method is something the user has physical access to, like a mobile phone or tablet. This ensures that even if a hacker manages to obtain a user's login credentials, the information is useless without access to the user's secondary device. University employees and students are required to use 2Step when accessing University of Redlands applications and systems from off campus. The University's vendor for 2Step is Duo Security.

Requirements for 2Step authentication

2Step Authentication with Duo requires users to use a mobile device or tablet (preferably both) and the Duo Mobile application. The Duo Mobile application will send you a push notification to approve a log in, or you can use Duo Mobile to generate a passcode, that is then typed into the application to complete the authentication process. In situations where a user does not have access to a mobile device or tablet, a Duo Token may be acquired from ITS.

How do I prepare for 2Step Authentication?

The Duo Mobile App requires iOS 9 or greater or Android 5 or greater.

Enroll in Duo here:

2Step Help Site:

Enrollment Contact Information


Please feel free to reach out to the School of Business Enrollment office if you have any questions as you prepare for your first class. 

Undergraduate Degree Programs


Sue Chhem
Assistant Director for Enrollment

Last Names: A - F and S - Z



Leeann Gonzales
Assistant Director for Enrollment

Last Names: G - R




Robert Acosta
Sr. Associate Director for Enrollment

Fullerton College Transfer Students


Thomas Bozman
Sr. Associate Director for Enrollment

Mesa College and Palomar College Transfer Students


Graduate Degree Programs


Anita Oshaben
Assistant Director for Enrollment

Last Names: A - C, O, and S



Ziki Malata
Sr. Associate Director for Enrollment

Last Names: D - G
Abbott Employees




Perla Ramos
Assistant Director for Enrollment

Last Names: H - L and N


Pamela Allen Coleman
Sr. Associate Director for Enrollment

Last Names: M




Heather Russell
Assistant Director for Enrollment

Last Names: Q - R
UTC/Raytheon Chula Vista


Liz Villegas
Sr. Associate Director for Enrollment

Last Names: T - Z and P


Marin Programs


Angie Bynon
Assistant Director for Enrollment

All Marin Campus Programs





Campus Diversity & Inclusion

Catching Up With CDI
Spring Schedule: Thursdays at 5:00 P.M.




Apr 1

Helena Elkins, Pride Center Intern

Apr 8

David Hazward, Multicultural Center Intern

Apr 15

Katie Thew, Pride Center Intern

Apr 22

Quynh Nguyen, International Students Intern


Writing Lounge

Allison Fraiberg, Ph.D

Using Sources: Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing – April 14th 12:00 -1:00 P.M. PST

How to Avoid Plagiarizing – April 28th 12:00 -1:00 P.M. PST

Office of Career & Professional Development 

For more information and to RSVP for any events, please visit:

Thurs., Apr 1 from 4:00 to 5:00 P.M. You're Hired: Ace the Interview
Tues., Apr 6 from 4:00 to 5:00 P.M. Mock Interview Nights  |  Slot 1

Tues., Apr 6 from 5:00 to 6:00 P.M.

Mock Interview Nights  |  Slot 2
Wed., Apr 7 from 4:00 to 5:00 P.M. Careers at the U.S. Department of State
Wed., Apr 7 from 4:00 to 5:00 P.M. Mock Interview Nights  |  Slot 3
Wed., Apr 7 from
5:00 to 6:00 P.M.

Mock Interview Nights  |  Slot 4

Thurs., Apr 8 from
4:00 to 5:00 P.M.

Mock Interview Nights  |  Slot 5

Thurs., Apr 8 from
5:00 to 6:00 P.M.

Mock Interview Nights  |  Slot 6

Wed., Apr 14 from
4:00 to 5:00 P.M.

Pay Up: Salary Negotiation

Sat., Apr 17 from
10:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

Center Theatre Group: Going Pro Career Fair


Alumni Relations

Spring 2021 Meditation with Dr. Fran Grace

Spring 2021 sessions will run from Wednesday, January 20 to Wednesday, April 14. Register once to be included on the weekly invitation with the link. $150

Meditation RELCS-502X

Explores a variety of meditation techniques and contemplative practices known to foster well-being of body, mind, and spirit.