Choosing a college (education) is a really big decision. There's so much to think about: size, location, campus community, professors, career services, majors, clubs. The good news is that the most important qualities of a Brandeis education never change: academic rigor, a welcoming, diverse community, innovation in teaching and learning.
If you're a prospective student, you can learn more about the application process, and apply through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
If you're interested a graduate program, apply directly to the school of your choice.
If you're interested in continuing education — adult, professional, part-time studies — or distance learning, register through the Rabb School of Continuing Studies.
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College is a huge investment. We are dedicated to making it affordable. That’s why more than half of Brandeis undergraduates receive need-based financial assistance each year. We offer an array of financial support, including aid, scholarships, fellowships, a federally supported work-study program, and university employment opportunities.
Check out our online Undergraduate Net Cost Calculator to help you estimate the cost of a Brandeis education and better understand the types of financial aid you may be eligible for.