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Timothy Touchette
Director of Community Living

Residence Halls

Brandeis has 10 campus residence areas, with a variety of housing options from traditional residence halls to apartments. Students are guaranteed four consecutive semesters of on-campus housing, unless they are part of an entering midyear class.

Charles River Apartments
Apartment complex that houses upperclass students and graduate students.

East Quadrangle
Houses undergraduate students in double- and single-student rooms.

Foster Student Living Center
Undergraduate student housing featuring apartments built around a courtyard-duplex format.

Massell Quadrangle
Consists of four buildings — Shapiro Hall, Deroy Hall, Renfield Hall and Usen Hall — overlooking a central quadrangle.

New Ridgewood Residence Halls
Three buildings with a total of 184 single-bedroom apartment-style units.

North Quadrangle (Leon Court)
Contains four residence halls — Scheffres, Gordon, Cable and Reitman — in addition to Kutz Hall, which houses administrative offices.

Rosenthal Residence Halls
Adjacent to Massell Quad, accommodates 181 upperclass students in eight-person suites with living rooms and private bathrooms.

Usen Castle
Modeled after medieval architecture, Usen Castle has been remodeled into single- and double-room suites.

The Village Quadrangle
Houses 220 undergraduate students in a village setting that features independent living in a community atmosphere.

Ziv Quadrangle
Composed of four halls that accommodate 330 undergraduate students in 55 suites.