Community Living

All students, faculty and staff coming to the Brandeis campus must fill out a Daily Health Assessment before arriving and sign up for mandatory high-frequency COVID-19 testing. For complete information, visit the COVID-19 Response: What's Now, What's Next website. Read our announcement about the Spring 2021 semester, which will start Feb. 1.

The application for students to return to housing for the Spring 2021 semester closed Friday, November 6th. At this time, if a student is looking to apply for on-campus housing, they should email with the subject line "Apply for Housing Spring 2021". Staff will then work with them to complete the housing application. If Community Living reaches a point where there are no more vacancies available on-campus, we will open a Spring Semester Housing Waitlist form which will be posted to our website.

The deadline to withdraw from Spring 2021 housing with no charge is December 4, 2020 at 11:59pm EST

Brandeis’ beautiful 235-acre campus offers the best of both worlds — safety and security, as well as quick and easy access to Boston. The majority of Brandeis’ 3,700 undergraduate students live on campus each year.

The Department of Community Living cultivates an inclusive, diverse, and symbiotic living and learning environment in all of our residence halls. We empower our community members to respectfully challenge each other and engage in opportunities of holistic enrichment through critical thinking, constructive dialogue, and leadership development.

At Brandeis, you will reside with diverse people who share your interests, some of whom will introduce you to new experiences, and several you will call friends for the rest of your life.

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