- Academic Early Alert Form
- ELP Tutorial Request Form
- Incomplete Request Form (Spring 2021)
- Mid-Semester Unsatisfactory Report Form (Spring 2022)
Services for Students
Advisors are assigned to students alphabetically. They can provide confidential advice on academic or personal issues, and can also refer students to other services on campus. If you have concerns about a student’s performance in class or well-being, reach out to their academic advisor. Advisors may contact you if they have concerns about a student in your class and want to check in.
Confidential counseling for issues ranging from stress, anxiety, and depression to substance abuse and eating disorders. If necessary, you can walk a student to the BCC and get them seen right away. Treatment is available in English, Cantonese, Hebrew, Mandarin, and Spanish.
English Language Programs predominantly serves non-native speakers of English, and offers weekly 50-minute, one-on-one writing tutorials to undergraduate students.
Provides medical services to the Brandeis community.
Provides academic accommodations and disability support. This is where accommodation letters come from.
The Writing Center offers free, 50-minute consultations in which trained graduate students give feedback on papers, personal statements, job applications, and other writing tasks in order to help students become better writers. Help is available at every stage, including brainstorming, outlining, drafting, revisions, and final edits. Consultations can take place (1) in person, (2) live over Zoom, or (3) as an asynchronous, e-tutoring "Document Drop" appointment. Please advise students that they must bring printouts of their work when making in-person appointments. Typically UWS students make up a large percentage of the Writing Center's client base.
Brandeis provides comprehensive resources to support our students, faculty and staff. From this site you can access those systems that are available to all members of our community.
The Care Team offers a confidential reporting portal for use if someone you know seems to be exhibiting harmful behavior, doing strange things, or just not acting like themselves. This is a good resource if a student comes to you with concerns about another student.
The chaplains provide another resource for confidential counseling for students of all faiths.
Provides both urgent and ongoing support related to sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence and stalking.
Posse is a merit-based program that brings twenty students from New York City and Atlanta to Brandeis with full scholarships. Although the program has no explicit racial or ethnic criteria for selection, Posse Scholars to date have been overwhelmingly underrepresented minority (URM), first-generation college, and/or low-income students.
The Gateway Scholars Program is designed to give non-native speakers of English the critical thinking, analytical writing, and academic oral communication skills they need to become successful students at Brandeis University.
Established in 1968, the Myra Kraft Transitional Year Program is an integral part of the institution's commitment to social justice. MKTYP is an empowering educational experience for students who show academic promise, tenacity, leadership, and resilience, but have had limitations to their academic opportunities. In their first year at Brandeis, students in the program take a mixture of undergraduate courses and MKTYP-exclusive courses designed at the college level.
The SSSP is a small, community-oriented program funded by a federal TRIO grant from the U.S. Department of Education. SSSP is dedicated to working with students who are the first in their families to go to college and those who have overcome significant barriers to attend college.
Fosters and advocates for diversity, equity, and inclusion as core values of the University.
Dedicated to creating a haven of respect, education and celebration that fosters growth and awareness of the myriad cultures of Brandeis.
Offers education and resources for people of all genders and sexualities.