Brandeis will be operating and holding classes during the fall 2020 semester and has updated its academic calendar with classes beginning on August 26. The university will announce in early July whether classes will be in person, online or a hybrid format. The university's COVID-19 Task Force is considering numerous factors, especially state and federal health guidelines.
During the summer months, please reach out to Assistant Director Lara Ericson, MDiv or Director Rabbi Seth Winberg if you have any questions or would like to speak with a chaplain. Stay up to date via the Center’s , , and . You might also check out the list of virtual spirituality resources we've compiled.
The Center for Spiritual Life offers a safe space for students to explore their spirituality and find their place in the world, on their terms.
Whether students are rooted in a particular faith tradition or searching for answers to fundamental human questions, we are here. We have staff chaplains trained in different faith traditions who help students find a supportive community, access a non-judgmental spiritual mentor, and find opportunities to serve others.
A rich array of faith traditions are celebrated in community at Brandeis.
At Brandeis, students drive the presence of religious resources and worship opportunities.
Brandeis chaplains offer counseling, support and community to students of all faiths.