Teaching and Instruction

Last updated: January 22, 2021 at 12:36 PM

Brandeis is following a hybrid learning model. Classes are being conducted either in person, remotely or through a combination of both methods.

Meeting Academic Requirements

Instruction is set up to allow students to fulfill all academic requirements and maintain progress toward their degree (either the Brandeis Core requirements, for students who entered Brandeis in fall 2019 or later, or the University Studies requirements, for students who entered prior to fall 2019).

Students with questions about their academic requirements should contact the Office Academic Services.

Classrooms and Facilities

Additional information on steps Brandeis is taking to keep the university’s classrooms, labs, common areas, and other facilities safe can be found on the Classrooms and Facilities page.

Accommodations

Students with disabilities that could affect their ability to engage in either in-person classes or remote learning may request reasonable accommodations that could include online learning. Students should register with the Student Accessibility Support office as soon as possible if they think they may need this accommodation.

Students in need of help purchasing, hardware, software, or other technology needed for their courses should contact Student Financial Services to discuss options.