The Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is one of many resources available on campus committed to inclusivity. Our office partners with many on-campus departments and organizations.
Brandeis Hillel is the umbrella for much of Jewish life on campus with a dedicated staff, an active student board and many engaged club group leaders and members.
The Center for Spiritual Life offers a safe space for students to explore their spirituality and find their place in the world, on their terms.
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at Brandeis is built on the conviction that Brandeis faculty and staff have a great deal of knowledge and expertise to offer each other in the service of helping our students learn — and the Center aims to be a place (both physical and intellectual) that supports the exchange of such ideas.
The Department of Community Living (DCL) cultivates an inclusive, diverse and symbiotic living and learning environment in all Brandeis residence halls. Department staff empower our community members to respectfully challenge each other and engage in opportunities of holistic enrichment through critical thinking, constructive dialogue and leadership development.
English Language Programs (ELP), formerly the English as a Second Language Program, is designed to serve non-native speakers of English.
The Heller School is a vibrant academic learning community of scholars, students and staff dedicated to creating a welcoming environment that builds and supports respectful dialogue across group and individual differences in every aspect of our work and social interactions.
The International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO) supports Brandeis international students and scholars from more than 101 countries around the globe. The ISSO is dedicated to supporting international students and scholars throughout their time spent in the Brandeis community.
The Prevention, Advocacy & Resource Center (PARC) provides a warm and welcoming space that is open to survivors, as well as supporters and friends of survivors.
While appreciating the strengths and needs of all students, Student Accessibility Support (SAS) seeks to promote the growth of undergraduate and graduate students through individual connections, campus-wide initiatives and collaboration with others in the Brandeis community. Approximately 10 percent of the Brandeis undergraduate population disclose a documented disability. This is on par with numbers reported at college campuses across the country. The Brandeis community includes students with mobility, visual, hearing, medical, psychological and learning disabilities.