Last updated: August 28, 2020 at 2:36 PM
Brandeis will be able to provide on-campus residential housing primarily in single rooms for more than 2,400 students in the fall semester.
Safety protocols are in place and will be strictly enforced to help members of the Brandeis community stay healthy.
Frequently Asked Questions
With a majority of courses online, what is the value of being on campus?
How will Brandeis determine the number of students in each residence hall room?
Will social distancing be required in residence halls?
Will masks/face coverings be required inside residence halls?
Will masks/face coverings be required in bathrooms?
Will students be able to gather on campus in groups? Will there be a limit on group size?
Why are Brandeis’ requirements about mask-wearing and the number of individuals who can gather stricter than Massachusetts’ rules?
What are the health and safety protocols for living and dining spaces?
What responsibilities will students have for cleaning their masks/face coverings, rooms and belongings?
Will Brandeis cover the cost of COVID-19 testing?
Should students who live on campus bring any special items or supplies with them? Will the university furnish masks and cleaning products?
Will quarantine housing be available for students should they become sick while on campus?