The Division of the Brandeis University Summer School is an open admission program offering courses and special summer programs for college-level credit. Small classes taught by experienced and dedicated Brandeis faculty are the hallmark of summer offerings.
Special programs and institutes include the Hebrew Language Summer Institute, the Lydian String Quartet Chamber Music Festival as well as courses and programs developed specifically for the Hebrew day school community. Summer school provides the opportunity to experience innovative course formats, such as online offerings, or evening and extended sessions to accommodate work and other summer activities.
Brandeis Summer School courses do not have to be preapproved for transfer of credit to the Brandeis degree. Courses may be used to address the University's residency requirement, general requirements, as well as major and minor requirements. Grades received for Brandeis Summer School courses are included as part of any degree candidate's permanent academic record and in the calculation of GPAs.
For more information, contact Director Gwenn Smaxwill.