Out-of-State Tuition 非州外居民的学费
Student Faculty Ratio 学生授课比例
What Students Say About Professors
Graduation Rate 毕业率
What Students Say About Education
What one word or phrase best describes the typical student at this
Sexuality diversity 性别比例
Racial Diversity 人种比例
Politics On Campus 校园政治氛围
How does peer pressure affect students’ use of drugs and alcohol?
How visible are the campus police on campus?
What are your favorite campus events or traditions?
What is the biggest party event of the year?
Median Earnings 2 Years After Graduation
紧接下去，是多少伙伴等最关心的政工 — 在校生评价。
Academics are pretty good at Brandeis. The work load is extremely
challenging and there are no clear instructions regarding the scope of
exam material at times. Classes with graduate students are really poor
though. However, academics are not the only things that define a school.
Brandeis lacks majorly in several other fields that are important in
defining a college experience.
Teachers are very professional and knowledgeable in their field.
Fulfilling college requirements includes a lot of freedom, and most
professors at Brandeis are continuing to do work in their field, making
them very knowledgeable.
Waltham is a very small suburb of Boston. I will repeat, a suburb of
Boston. It is not Boston. The “13 miles” away from Boston may seem like
nothing, but we are not allowed cars on campus freshman/sophomore year,
so it’s harder to get there than you probably think. Waltham itself is a
fine town. We have fast food, pharmacies and various other stores. If
you’re looking for nightlife, museums/cultural attractions or shopping I
would head into Boston though. The commuter rail runs fairly often and
can get you into Boston. Once you’re there you can take the T to
anywhere you might want to go.
Local area seems to be really scary at night times.
Boston is nearby so that is nice, but Waltham itself is pretty small.
There are some nice places to eat, for sure, but it isn’t the most
bustling place. Personally, I enjoy this though because you can go into
the city when you want but if you want the quietness of Waltham that is
Some good spots to eat but they are a bit of a walk or even drive
Really bad food for crazy high prices and they force upperclassmen with
kitchens to still pay for a meal plan
Three words: In. A. Pickle.
(Also Asia Wok)
就是说这几个地儿我们还懂：In A Pickle。当然还有Asia Wok。
Health & Safety 健康及安
I feel very safe on campus. The reason why I give this a bad rating is
Brandeis treats people accused of sexual harassment/assault very badly.
Couple of famous incidents of a kangaroo court trying and expelling
people who were most likely wrongly accused of sexual assault. Climate
is only getting worse though with all the hard core feminists.
Brandeis has a very safe campus. Theft is also generally not an issue.
You can leave your laptop and bag at the library while you leave for an
hour and still come back to find it untouched.
Housing is bad for the most part. Most dorms haven’t been updated in 50+
years and this definitely shows. Dorms aren’t themselves bad just
amenities. No AC and elevators in any of the freshman and sophomore
dorms, as well as good chunk of upperclassman housing. $2500+ Meal plan
is mandatory for everyone living on campus all four years regardless if
your dorm has a kitchen. Lottery process is annoying and almost always
results in backstabbing. People with good numbers can pull in their
close friends and thereby form roommate groups. They then select housing
based on their lottery number. The problem arises when the dorm they are
aiming for runs out before there number. Then say the roommate group was
five people but the only good housing left is for four people. Well then
someone is going be booted. There are a few really modern and recent
dorms on campus for upperclassmen but to get them you generally need a
number in the top 75 (out of 2000) or you need to be friends with
someone who does.
I was lucky enough to have one of the best resident halls this past
year. The rooms were a good size and small kitchen areas and lounges
were located a few on each floor.
Expensive and some dorms need renovating but I barely spend any time in
my dorm room. I usually just go to the dorm if I want to sleep or chill
for a bit.
Overall Experience 总体体验
Brandeis was a very good school with wonderful teachers and a plethora
of educated professors. I learned so much and was involved in many extra
curricular activities, while completing my triple major.
Lots of volunteering opportunities. Great big campus – greenery. Cold
weather. Nice dorms. Teachers challenge their students. Majority is
Jewish and Chinese students.
Brandeis University gave me everything it promised and more during my
first semester as a student. I have been exposed to a wide range of
highly challenging courses with top notch professors who are dedicated
to their students’ success. The campus is very well groomed, student
life is full of a wide range of consistently active clubs and events,
the students here are generally outgoing and diverse, and the entire
university is dedicated to the social awareness of its impact on the
world. What I would like to see more of is administratively led social
diversity where not only the diversity of the student body is promoted,
but also of the faculty. Also, the standards of our food desperately
need to be higher in quality and nutrition not only within the dining
halls, but also within the campus grocery stores especially for those
who do not have the ability to take themselves food shopping off-campus
Party Scene 高校派对
It’s not huge, but good thing it’s not crazy in that everyone is wasted.
The parties aren’t huge, but other than a rager you can basically find
whatever you’re looking for, be it free alc. at the frats, parties with
friends and teams in apartments, or a Doctor Who viewing party.
Frat parties at ADPhi are the best, clean frat house.
“Parties” on campus tend to be mostly kickbacks which are fun depending
on who’s there and who you go with. If you’re out with your friends,
you’ll have a good time. Dartmouth St. has most of the frats and at
least two throw down per week night so there are some options.
There aren’t many parties on campus; whenever there are, only a few
people know about them, or its a school sponsored party.
There are not a lot of parties all the time. This school is not a party
school so if people do not want to party, it is totally acceptable.
Student Life 高校生活
Greek Life is not officially recognized by the administration. All Greek
Life takes place off campus and off the books. There are some good
parties in the Fall and Spring when frats/sororities are trying to
recruit but otherwise pretty bland.
No real varsity athletics. No sports events. Club sports are okay but
not great. One positive I would say is that there are a lot of different
athletic clubs that are open to people with no experience.
close knit, good way to meet more people, and party more
Greek life is not recognized by Brandeis. However, a few sororities and
frats do exist.
Not an ivy, but its pretty close
The value of a degree from Brandeis is high.
I haven’t used a lot of the career services at school yet but I hear
that they’re pretty helpful.