Brandeis’ Spring 2021 semester is being conducted in a hybrid fashion, with some students living on campus and taking a portion of their courses in person and some students studying completely remotely. Students, faculty and staff coming to campus should comply with all measures required within the Campus Passport, including testing and taking the Daily Health Assessment. For complete information, visit the COVID-19 Response website.
Information regarding Spring 2021 residence hall closing and move-out information was emailed to students on April 5. Check your spam folder or see it linked here: Spring 2021 Closing and Move-Out Information
Information for new and first-year students can be found under the On-Campus Housing page of our website.
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