Redlands Reaffirms Commitment to International Students

February 1, 2017

Contact: Marcia Shottenkirk, Communications Liaison / 405.422.6237


EL RENO, Okla. — In response to the Executive Order “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States,” signed by President Donald Trump on Jan. 27, Redlands Community College has reaffirmed its position and commitment to welcome international students to its campus. Currently, the college hosts a number of international students from countries around the world.

“At Redlands Community College, service to all is at the very core of our mission. We believe our strength, our creativity, our innovation is in our diversity. We welcome students, staff and faculty from all nations to our institution and will continue to do so,” said Redlands President Jack Bryant.

“We value our international students and the diversity they bring to our institution and believe their contributions to our campus help all our students understand that our similarities are much greater than our differences, helping us all to build a stronger global community.”

For more information, contact Communications Liaison Marcia Shottenkirk via email at or by phone at 405.422.6237.