Brandeis has approximately 3,200 undergraduate and 2,100 graduate students, and offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees. Students have the option of taking courses with a Community Engaged Learning aspect.
The university has a 9-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, and over 270 student organizations.
Brandeis University has the following schools:
- The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
- The College of Arts and Sciences
- Rabb School of Summer and Continuing Studies
- The Heller School for Social Policy and Management
- Brandeis International Business School
Approximately two-thirds of the students are in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Brandeis University Press, a member of the University Press of New England, publishes books in an array of scholarly and general interest fields.
Brandeis University is one of the nation’s smallest and youngest research universities, but it has produced a group of highly accomplished alumni, particularly in academia, literature, and the professions. The alumni include three Pulitzer Prize winners, a Nobel laureate, and several Emmy Award–winning actors, producers, and broadcasters.