Staff Spotlight

Scott Berozi

Scott Berozi

What do you do at Brandeis?
I am the Assistant Director of First Year Programs and Orientation, working with any programs that a first-year student would participate in both in the Orientation and Community Living worlds. Previously, I served as an Area Coordinator for two years. 

How long have you worked here? 
I have worked here for 3 years this July!

What do you like to do outside of work?
 I love anything in the field of entertainment, so movies, TV, music, and theater take up a lot of my time! I would consider myself a foodie, who loves to try new types of food. I love being able to hang out with friends/family and just relax when not in the busy times of year (which are rare!).

Please share interesting facts about yourself that others don't know?
 1. I was on Homecoming Court in college, not as cool as High School, but fun nonetheless!
 2. I went to college with the hopes of being an Entertainment Journalist...maybe not so surprising considering my above hobbies. 
 3. To that end, I have seen over 110 Broadway shows and watch way too much television. Ask me about some of your favorites!
 4. I won a dance competition when on vacation in Jamaica. I was 8. And I won a t-shirt. 
 5. I some how have good luck when it comes to winning things, including the end of semester holiday party...three years running! 
 

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The Division of Student Life and Success includes various offices that work to enrich the student experience. These offices are overseen by the Dean of Students, Jamele Adams. Student Life serves as an advocate for all Brandeis students, strives to ensure the quality of their overall co-curricular experience at the university, and promotes opportunities for students to engage in leadership activities and to experience personal, social, and emotional growth and development.

The staff maintains a varied program of social, cultural and intellectual events during the academic year. Our staff works to build a community based upon mutual understanding and consideration. The work of student life and success reflects the commitment to our core values: citizenship, integrity, respect, civility, lifelong learning and embracing diversity.