Emergency Preparedness in the Residence Halls
- Brandeis University has an emergency notification system. Students should log in to SAGE to provide their cell number to be a member of the notification system.
- Students are encouraged to remain in contact with family members and keep them updated.
- Community Advisors (CAs), and Professional Staff will be available in all of the residence halls, and Campus Police are on-hand to respond to situations on-campus. Call 781-736-3333 if you need immediate attention.
- If a student experiences storm-related facilities issues in his/her room (such as leaking), the student should inform his/her CA and the issue will be addressed.
- Information will be disseminated via text message, emails, and/or flyers within the residence halls. Students may also receive information from their CAs or their Orientation Leader. A reminder: don’t forget to enter your emergency contact information in SAGE.
- Keep an eye on your Brandeis email and the Brandeis website at www.brandeis.edu!
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The Division of Student Life seeks to build a campus community based upon mutual understanding and consideration and that acknowledges that one's actions must take into account the rights of others.
One of the cornerstones of our community is to identify opportunities for students to learn and practice leadership. We support a variety of social, cultural and educational activities initiated and developed by individual students and student organizations, and within the residence halls. These activities extend the educational mission of Brandeis beyond the walls of the classroom and incorporate our core values: citizenship, integrity, respect, civility, lifelong learning and embracing diversity.
We support the development of a student-directed community — a place where the student voice challenges and directs the shape of the institution. We know that to be effective in that role, students must have both opportunity and the skills to make it work.
Students contribute their opinions at hall meetings and community meetings; as representatives of university committees, student government and clubs and organizations; or through interactions with faculty and senior administration. The success of a student-directed community depends on the acquisition of skills and competencies that enable student to identify and articulate their needs and concerns. Our extracurricular program targets areas that help to develop the whole person — intellectually, physically and spiritually — for individuals and for the Brandeis community.