Congratulations on being admitted to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) at Brandeis. You have been selected from an outstanding group of candidates to join our elite community of scholars. The information on this page will guide you through the process of enrollment.
During the week of August 17, the Graduate Student Affairs Office will host a series of virtual orientation events for all incoming graduate students from the Brandeis International Business School, Graduate School for Arts and Sciences, and Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
This orientation will focus on Brandeis-wide resources available to graduate students, educational trainings and the multiple ways students can engage with each other.
Once registered with a Brandeis email address, all new students will be automatically enrolled via LATTE, the university's learning management system, into the Graduate Student Affairs orientation program.
Students from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences will also be automatically enrolled in the GSAS orientation LATTE course. The GSAS course will have additional information and resources specific to our school. Please be sure to check your Brandeis email for regular updates regarding orientation.
Confirming Your Intention to Enroll
Completing the Admission Response Form is the first step. Your admission letter includes a deadline and instructions for completing the form.
If your admission letter indicates that you must pay a tuition deposit, please note that your enrollment confirmation will not be considered complete until the tuition deposit is received. Non-refundable tuition deposits can be made online immediately after your Admission Response Form is submitted.
The Admitted Student Checklist contains all the information, forms and paperwork you will need to prepare for your arrival on campus. You will receive a series of emails that contain deadline reminders and other information about the materials on this page. We recommend visiting our resources on housing, financial aid and student employment as well.