Campus Health and Safety
Last updated: November 25, 2020 at 8:16 PM
Our foremost priority is providing a safe and healthy educational environment for all our community members.
The university is taking multiple preventative measures, including contingency plans, in accordance with guidance from local, state and federal health authorities to promote a safe community and campus in the fall semester in the face of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.
We are confident these measures enable the university to resume operations safely while ensuring equity and access for everyone in our community.
Campus Facilities and Spaces
Required Health and Safety measures
Contingency Plan for Potential Campus Outbreak
Accommodations for At-Risk Community Members
Club Sports, Intramurals and Recreation
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I wear a face shield instead of a mask?
Will Brandeis provide masks?
Will Brandeis provide prearrival health and safety training for students?
Will housing be available for students to isolate should they become sick while on campus?
How many Brandeis community members have tested positive? How can I find out who is positive and whether I was exposed?
What are the criteria for determining that there is an "outbreak" of COVID-19 on the campus or closing down the campus?