Did You know?

The Office of Graduate Student Affairs was established in 2007 and is administered by the Director of Graduate Student Affairs and Post-doctoral Scholars.

The office is also home to the Graduate Student Association (GSA), the representative student government for graduate students from all of Brandeis' graduate programs.

There are a variety of student support groups on campus that may be helpful to your success at Brandeis:

International Student Support Group. For more information, please contact Fatima Aydin at aydinfa@brandeis.edu

Drop-In Meditation in the Peace Room. For more information, please contact Jennifer Brown at jdbrown@brandeis.edu

Social Skills/Social Anxiety Group. For more information, please contact Jenna Marion at jmarion@brandeis.edu

DBT Group: Gaining Control over Out-of-Control Emotions. For more information please contact Kristin Huang at khuang75@brandeis.edu

Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Managing Stress. For more information, please contact Tal Nir at tnir@brandeis.edu

Living in Eating Disorder Recovery Group. For more information, please contact Amy Scobie-Carroll at ascobiecarroll@brandeis.edu

About Us

Brandeis Graduate StudentsThe Office of Graduate Student Affairs supports and encourages life on campus for graduate students outside of the classroom and serves as a liaison between graduate students and university administration. We work to coordinate events and programming among the three graduate schools on campus. We advise and assist the Graduate Student Association (GSA) and the Graduate Student Senate, offer programming throughout the year and run Graduate Student Orientation in the fall.

We have two locations.

The Graduate Student Center is located in Kutz Hall on the main floor.  The Center offers a space to hang out and socialize, to study and work, free coffee and tea, a small kitchen, a place to meet friends, attend programs or have lunch.  We are a great place to find resources and information to meet all your needs.  We offer discounted tickets to local movie houses and cultural events in Boston.  We have some day lockers, a fax machine, a plasma screen TV and some computers for checking email or working on a project - all dedicated exclusively to grad students.

The Gerstenzang Graduate Student Study Lounge is located in the Gerstenzang Science Library on the main floor.  It is a quiet place to work and study and also has free coffee and tea and the use of a small kitchen.  The entire area is wireless, but there are five desktop computers there for graduate student use.