Brandeis has 19 campus residence areas, with a variety of housing options from traditional residence halls to apartments. Students are guaranteed four consecutive semesters of on-campus housing, unless they are part of an entering midyear class.
Four residence halls, with apartment style housing for undergraduate students.
Two residence halls that house undergraduate students in double and single bedrooms.
Undergraduate residence halls featuring apartments built around a courtyard-duplex format.
Consists of four first-year residence halls — Shapiro Hall, Deroy Hall, Renfield Hall and Usen Hall — overlooking a central quadrangle.
Contains four first-year residence halls — Scheffres, Gordon, Cable and Reitman — in addition to Kutz Hall, which houses administrative offices.
Three residence halls for undergraduate students with a total of 184 single-bedroom apartment-style units.
Adjacent to Massell Quad, three residence halls, accommodates 181 upperclass students in eight-person suites with living rooms and private bathrooms.
Brandeis' new, state-of-the-art residence hall gets its name from the panorama of Boston and surrounding communities visible from many of the building’s windows. The new building encompasses an impressive array of features meant to accommodate student housing, academic work and social interaction across four fully accessible floors. This residence hall houses undergraduate students.
This residence hall houses undergraduate students in a village setting that features independent living in a community atmosphere.
Composed of four residence halls that accommodate undergraduate students in 55 suites.