Other Benefits and Services
Employees may use the facilities at Gosman Sports and Convocation Center with presentation of a Brandeis ID card. Passes may be purchased for spouse and dependent children.
ATMs are located in the Shapiro Campus Center lounge and in the basement of the Usdan Student Center, outside the university print shop.
Employees are entitled to a 10 percent discount on most items at the Brandeis University Bookstore, including clothing, books, jewelry, cosmetics and compact disks. Candy and specialty ordered books are excluded.
An employee who chooses to breast feed her child will be provided reasonable break times during her work schedule.
>More information: Break Time for Nursing Mothers
The Lemberg Children's Center, a nonprofit cooperative day-care center, provides children with a full program of educational and recreational activities. The center is operated by professional staff with the assistance of parents and Brandeis students. Rates are based on family income.
The Metropolitan Credit Union allows employees to save, borrow, obtain a VISA card or use a variety of other available banking services. Transactions are processed through payroll deductions. Enrollment forms are available from the HR benefits department.
Brandeis offer its community a world-class dining program, featuring great menu variety, the highest quality products and service in a relaxed setting.
> More information
All employees are eligible for free confidential legal, family and financial counseling through The Wellness Corporation.
Employees may be eligible for discounts on auto, home and/or renters insurance through Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.
> More information: Tom Twomey, Liberty Mutual, (800) 320-7591, ext. 50056
> Visit Liberty Mutual on the web: Liberty Mutual Insurance Co
Your Brandeis ID card allows you to enjoy the privileges at the university libraries.
Eligible faculty and staff may purchase MBTA passes through pretax payroll deduction. Up to $125 of the monthly cost is excluded from state and federal taxable income. The tax savings apply only to T passes purchased via payroll deduction for the employee’s employment-related transportation expenses.
*One Museum of Fine Arts pass admits one adult and up to six children under the age of 17.
Purchases must be made by check or money order only, payable to Brandeis University. This program is limited to faculty, staff and postdocs. For more information, call (781) 736-4474.
|AMC/Loews theaters||$6.50 or $8
|Museum of Fine Arts||Free||4|
|Museum of Science||$5||6|
|Museum of Science Omni Theater||$4||2|
|New England Aquarium||$8.50||6|
Free parking is available to all employees who operate or park a motor vehicle (automobile, truck, motorcycle, motor scooter, or motor bike) on university property. Vehicle must display a valid permit, which are available from the Department of Public Safety.
Religious services are held throughout the year at the Berlin (Jewish), Bethlehem (Catholic) and Harlan (Protestant) chapels. Schedules and more information are available at the chaplaincy Web site.
Brandeis provides its employees the opportunity to purchase a pair of single-game tickets to Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins games. The sale of tickets is announced via e-mail from Human Resources. Please go here for more information on this benefit.
Administered by the Office of Procurement. Please click here for information.