There are many opportunities for parents to get involved with Brandeis University. We hope that this page helps you to discover the forms of involvement that are best for you.
Who better to connect with prospective parents than current parents? The Office of Undergraduate Admissions seeks parent volunteers to serve as Brandeis ambassadors within your communities. Represent Brandeis at college fairs, identify outstanding prospective students, provide congratulatory outreach to accepted students and host receptions for prospective students and families. For more information, contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 781-736-3500 aac@
We're looking for fantastic student achievements to help spread what it means to be "Brandeisian" to the greater Brandeis community and beyond. Email us at email@example.com to share your story.
Brandeis athletic events take place all over the country. Plan to attend a Judges game on campus or in your area. For schedules and information, visit Brandeis Athletics.
The Brandeis campus is always bustling with things to do, such as New Student Orientation, Fall Fest, the Bernstein Festival of the Arts and 'deis IMPACT. Learn more about what's going on for you and your student. Parents are welcome to attend many alumni club events.
Parents are invaluable resources for current students looking to follow in your professional footsteps. The Hiatt Career Center offers a number of opportunities to help students with their careers, such as posting jobs and internships at your company and volunteering at industry-specific networking nights and interview coaching nights.
Parents Leadership Council
The Parents Leadership Council is a special group of dedicated Brandeis parents who are invested in supporting the university. Council members demonstrate their commitment to Brandeis through their generous philanthropic leadership and participation in an annual gathering.
When parents invest in Brandeis above and beyond tuition, it sends a strong message to the outside world about the quality of the institution. Learn more about making a gift to the Parents Fund.