Brandeis University

Kwesi Jones
An Artist of All Media
The latest work of Atlanta native Kwesi Jones '21 showcases the history of black studies at Brandeis through film.
Students gather in front of Ford Hall in 1969
Hard Truth-Telling
The Department of African and African American Studies has a history of holding Brandeis accountable to its core belief, "Truth Even Unto Its Innermost Parts."
Patriots owner Bob Kraft poses with MKTYP students at Gillette Stadium
No Stopping Short of Success
Fifty years on, the Myra Kraft Transitional Year Program still champions perseverance, helping aspiring scholars triumph over challenges.

A Beautiful Place to Learn

Explore Brandeis

See the Brandeis University campus — by air

Swoop down, up and around the science and humanities buildings, chapels, athletic facilities, graduate schools, student centers and fields that make Brandeis University a vibrant community.

Brandeis University

Challenging the status quo since 1948

  • Eleanor Roosevelt
    Brandeis Then: Eleanor Roosevelt

    Brandeis Board member. Feminist. Force to be reckoned with.

    1961
  • Anita Hill. Photo by Tony Cenicola/The New York Times/Redux
    Brandeis Now: Anita Hill

    University Professor. Feminist. Force to be reckoned with.

    2018

“Most of the things worth doing in the world had been declared impossible before they were done.”

Justice Louis D. Brandeis

New cancer drugs? Better student loans? Reducing heart attacks in the hospital? Brandeis entrepreneurs are transforming ideas into companies — and improving the world while they’re at it.