Brandeis Summer School

Tuition and Fees

2024 Summer School Tuition

  • 4-credit hour Courses  — $3,700

  • 2-credit hour Courses  — $1,950

  • 2-credit hour Lab Courses — $1,950

  • INT 92G Internship (1 credit hour) — $750

Note: Cross-registration agreements in effect during the academic year with Babson, Bentley, Tufts, Boston University, Boston College and Wellesley do not extend to Summer School tuition and fees at Brandeis. Summer School tuition is unrelated to any special rate of work and tuition arrangements approved during a regular academic semester.

Student Account Balances

Brandeis Summer School Registration opens April 2, 2024, however we can not display Summer Charges in Nelnet until our Spring 2024 monthly payment plan ends in mid-April. NOTE:  There is NO Monthly Payment Plan Available for Summer term.

If you know what your charges will be and want to pay your balance before charges post,  you can select to make a one time payment in Spring 2024 by e-check or credit card.  The payment will show as a Spring payment but it will apply to your Summer charges when the Summer tuition charges post.   Any past due spring balance will be paid first.

Brandeis Summer School 2024 Financial Aid

Financial aid for Summer School is available in the form of need-based grants/scholarships and/or loans for Brandeis University undergraduate students who are active, full-time matriculants in a degree program. (Funding is not available to visiting students, students matriculated for a term that starts after summer 2024, or students currently graduated, withdrawn, or are on leave). Please visit the Office of Student Financial Services for more information on the Summer School grant aid available.

This need-based Summer School aid is available for course tuition for Summer School courses and does not apply to optional on-campus housing or dining plans. This Summer School aid also does not apply to courses offered by the Heller School, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS), Rabb Graduate and Professional Studies, or the Brandeis International Business School (IBS).

Please note, summer courses are also offered at a reduced rate when compared to the same course taken during the regular academic year. Many students find Summer School courses to be an economical way to advance toward graduation.