Information for Current Students

Early Arrivals

Returning students who are interested in requesting early arrival permission for this fall can find more details on the process here. 

Students Studying Abroad

Details on participating in room selection online or via proxy for students studying abroad.

Common Cause Communities

Common Cause Communities (C3) are housing options for students who wish to build community and live with each other while exploring a theme or common interest/passion. 

Reserve a Common Space

Details on reserving a common space for Brandeis students, faculty and staff.

Title IX Resources

Details on Brandeis' Title IX resources, links to community partners on and off-campus, and copies of resource guides for sexual assault complainants and respondents. 

Winter Break Housing

 Final exams conclude for the fall semester on December 19, 2016.  Residence Halls without kitchens will close at noon on December 20, 2016.

The following areas will be closed for the winter break:

Castle

East

North

Massell

Rosenthal

Village

Ziv

The following areas remain open over the winter break:

567 South Street

Charles River Apartments

Foster Mods

Ridgewood

International students residing in these areas who cannot go home for the break can apply for winter break housing via MyHousing beginning October 1st.  There is a $500 flat fee for winter break housing.  Students who are approved for break housing will move to winter break housing on December 21st.  They will stay there until January 6th when they will move back to their academic year housing.