Finding an Apartment

two-family homes on dartmouth street in waltham

This two-family house on Dartmouth Street in Waltham is typical of the local housing stock available to graduate students.

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In accordance with national and state government regulations in response to COVID19, Brandeis has announced that at the graduate school level, we will hold classes primarily online for the fall semester. At this point, there will be a limited number of in-person classes and programming for undergradautes and graduate students.

Should students or housing partners have questions, please contact Steven Weglinski. It is our hope that we can work together as a community to meet each other's needs during such a unique and difficult time. For all updates and resources regarding COVID, please view the Brandeis COVID FAQ website.

Due to the overwhelming demand for undergraduate housing and the university's limited supply of housing stock, graduate students are typically not housed on campus.

However, Greater Boston encompasses a wide variety of neighborhoods that are within easy driving, biking or commuting distance to campus and offer an array of shopping, dining and entertainment venues.

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The Office of Graduate Student Affairs provides information to students as a courtesy to help with finding suitable housing for students attending Brandeis University. The information is for the use of Brandeis students and is only updated periodically.

Brandeis University accepts no responsibility for the reliability of the information provided or those listing with the department. Contact with persons listed herein will be conducted independently of the university. Brandeis University will not be involved in any negotiations between you (the leaseholder) and any land owner, property owner, student, prospective student or realtor.