School of Arts and Sciences

Academic Resources

  • Academic Advising: Assists with course requirements, what to major in, how to declare AP credits and more
  • Academic Calendar: Important dates throughout the academic year.
  • Academic Services: Provides resources and opportunities that strengthen students’ ability to define and achieve their academic goals, develop resilience and lead meaningful lives.
  • Brandeis Core: Resources on the requirements and specifics of the undergraduate curriculum.
  • Brandeis Posse Scholars: Merit-based scholarship program with members selected for their academic, leadership, and communication skills. 
  • Brandeis Undergraduate Group Study (BUGS): A study program, under the auspices of the Office of Academic Services, open to all Brandeis undergraduates.
  • International Students and Scholars Office: Supports international students and scholars throughout their time spent in the Brandeis community.
  • Library: The Brandeis Library offers a wide range of resources to assist students from online databases for research to training workshops.
  • Roosevelt Fellow Peer Advisors: Trained group of junior and senior peer academic advisors who provide an informed and accessible peer perspective on navigating academics at Brandeis. All first- year, midyear and transfer students are assigned a peer advisor to support them in their academic transition. 
  • Student Accessibility Support: Student Accessibility Support seeks to promote the growth of undergraduate and graduate students through individual connections, campus-wide initiatives and collaboration with others in the Brandeis community.
  • Undergraduate Advising Heads and Language Directors: Undergraduate Advising Heads (UAH) and Language Directors (LD) are faculty advisors within the various majors and minors. These faculty are a wonderful resource as you explore different majors and minors and how the curriculum is structured and what to do to major in that field.
  • Undergraduate Departmental Representatives Program: Undergraduate departmental representatives are peer advisers who have been selected for leadership positions with the aim of strengthening the undergraduate learning experience and community within their academic departments and programs.
  • University Bulletin: Listing of course offerings by department and details institutional policies, academic requirements, and general information regarding the undergraduate and graduate schools at Brandeis University.
  • URCC Undergraduate Peer Research Mentors: Small group of undergraduates who want to get involved in research. They participate in faculty research projects and receive training as peer research mentors.
  • Writing Center: Offers free writing tutorial services to all Brandeis undergraduate and graduate students.