Frequently Asked Questions for Fall 2020
Yes! The Center for Spiritual Life will be fully staffed, with chaplains representing Catholic, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, and Protestant traditions available to support students.
Our staff will be available by email, phone and Zoom, and staff will have a staggered on campus presence.
We will be offering religious services, as well as other opportunities for learning and connection.
All programs will be held outside or virtually until further notice. In person gatherings will follow all university health and safety guidelines, including the requirement of face masks and 6’ distancing.
Each community will be coordinating services according to the needs of their community. All services will be held outside or virtually. We are working with the University to identify the most suitable outdoor locations. Students will have to RSVP in advance. Attendance will be limited to current Brandeis students, faculty and staff. We do not anticipate being able to have services indoors, but we are working on possible solutions for when the weather gets colder. Please see below for further details by faith tradition.
In the interest of everyone's health and safety, the chapels, Muslim Prayer Room, and Dharmic Prayer space remain closed at this time.
Yes! Staff will have a staggered presence on campus and will be available to meet with students either in person with face masks or by Zoom. To schedule a meeting, please email the chaplain you wish to meet with.
The presence of community members as guests enhances our community. Unfortunately, the University will not be permitting visitors to campus for the time being.
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