Clubs and Organizations
Student clubs and organizations are a vital part of the Brandeis graduate experience. They provide the opportunity to pursue your distinct academic and social interests; meet and network with like-minded classmates; hone your leadership skills; engage in community and university service; and, best of all, take a well-deserved break from your studies.
A list of current clubs and organizations follows. You may also petition to form your own club.
General Clubs and Organizations
Christian fellowship with an Asian focus.
|Black Graduate Student Association||Promotes the academic, social and professional development of black graduate students.||BGSA E-Mail|
|Brandeis Bangladesh Students Association||Raises awareness of and supports Bangladesh and Bangladeshi students.||Sultan Mohammed Zakaria Mazumder|
|Brandeis Graduate Christian Fellowship||
Campus ministry that establishes and advances witnessing communities.
|Brandeis Network of Arab Students "BNAS"||
|Brandeis Queer Graduate Student Union||Builds community among Brandeis' LGBTQ+ graduate student population.||Michael Kelley|
|Brandeis University Africa Forum||Raises awareness of the challenges facing modern Africa.||Aissatou Diallo|
|Career Development for the Sciences||Exposes graduate students in science to career options and trajectories.|
|Fulbright Brandeis University Chapter||Promotes events and other activities of Fulbright grantees at Brandeis.
|Graduate Science Student Club||Foster a strong community within the science graduate programs at Brandeis University.||Felix Zhou|
|Heller PhD Student Association||
Promotes the academic, social and professional development of Heller doctoral students.
|Neurohack||Builds awareness among graduate students for neurotechnology.|
|Science Policy Initiative||Provides on-campus opportunities for education in science policy through seminars and activities.|
Promotes the academic, social and professional development of Brandeis' Latinx community.
|Soccer 4 Sciences||
Foster a sense of community, athleticism, and friendly competition within the different science departments. While the focus is on the sciences, we encourage all to join.