Take that first step and experience Redeemer’s one-of-a-kind community like never before. Visiting campus — whether in-person or online — is the best way to figure out if Redeemer is the right fit for you. With a variety of visit opportunities available, we’re sure you’ll find a day that suits you and your interests. We can’t wait to meet you!
Our scheduled visits are pre-planned days that are specially catered to the different interests of each student, providing an opportunity to hear from different staff and faculty at Redeemer to see how you’ll find your place in our one-of-a-kind community.
While an in-person visit to campus is not always possible, a virtual visit is a great option to get to know Redeemer. Connect with an admissions counsellor, tour the school, or tune in to an information session webinar… all from the comfort of your own living room!
Can’t wait until our next in-person or live virtual tour? Get a glimpse of our campus through the following series of short video clips. Take note of any questions you have along the way and connect with our admissions staff when you’re ready to take the next step!
Redeemer’s faculty teach, mentor and disciple you through learning. They’re your biggest cheerleaders as they break down barriers of their disciplines and dig deeper into what it means to be a Christian and an artist, scientist, doctor, entrepreneur… you name it!
We’re a community that invests in its students so that they can invest in each other. Your time at Redeemer is a time of discovery, filled with opportunities to grow in your faith, to explore your interests and hobbies, and to make connections that last a lifetime.
The Redeemer Royals play in four men and women’s varsity sport leagues — soccer, basketball, volleyball, and cross-country. Beyond that, Redeemer’s campus has many spaces available to students to get together, play games, get active, and have fun.
Redeemer’s communal living experience gives students both independence and support. You’ll have your freedom, but you won’t be isolated. You run your own schedule, but also have a group of dormmates who care about you and invest in you.
Assistant Professor of Business Dr. Raymond Chiu recently appeared on Religion@Work, a podcast produced by @trifaithomaha, to discuss religion's role in workplace problem-solving.