Students should visit with a financial aid advisor for all financially related questions. Student Financial Services is located in Usdan Student Center in Room 120 on the second level.
You may call the office at (781) 736-3700 to speak or schedule an appointment with your assigned representative.
Office of Student Financial Services
Costs and Financial Aid
Financial Aid is available! Please read below and speak with the Office of Student Financial Services to learn more.
Tuition for Summer 2014 JBS programs is $12,500
For a breakdown of the complete summer JBS program costs, please refer to the JBS Summer Estimated Cost Sheet. Please note that this information should only be used as a guide and will be updated for the upcoming summer programs.
A limited amount of financial aid is available for JBS programs. You and your parents may also apply for private student and/or parent loans.
For an estimate of your financial aid and program costs, please schedule an appointment with your financial aid advisor.
Most outside scholarships are applied in full to the academic year, and therefore, are not available for the summer.
How long do I have to enroll before the bill or registration/enrollment fee is due?
To hold a spot on the program, students will be required to declare their intent for participation within ten days of acceptance. Once a student has declared their intent to participate and completed the required materials he/she will be automatically enrolled. However, failure to settle any outstanding balance for the summer JBS program will result in an administrative withdrawal.
Bills will be sent out in early May.
The bill is estimated to be due in late May. Further details will be available shortly.
No. Due to the limited number of weeks in the summer JBS program, the monthly payment plan will not be available.
Seniors who have completed all graduation requirements by the end of their 7th semester, but wish to remain at Brandeis for an additional semester, may petition to spend an eighth semester at the senior reduced rate. If approved, this program will allow the student to take 1, 2, or 3 courses and pay tuition on a per course basis. Reduced Senior Status can not be applied to a JBS semester. However, students who enroll in JBS may be able to take advantage of reduced senior status in a future semester.
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