Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends

Alumni, Friends and Families

You're an integral part of our community. Discover ways to enhance your relationship with Brandeis by staying informed, attending an event and getting involved.

Join Us

welcome to alumni weekend graphic

Alumni Weekend is Here!

Alumni Weekend is now underway and we're excited for you to join us online! Registration will remain open throughout the weekend allowing you to add any events that fit your interests and schedule. Questions? Contact us at or by phone at 781-736-4071.

Get Involved

  • drawing of a woman with a laptop with the text B Connect in white on blue background

    B Connect

    Join the new Brandeis online community for mentoring, networking and connecting with old and new friends.

  • rise together logo

    Rise Together

    Rise Together connects alumni to fellow graduates and current students online for robust interactions about careers, networking, professional development, the world of work and much more. Learn how you can get involved.

  • Light of Reason installation on campus

    Light the Way for Brandeis

    This year marks a new era of learning at Brandeis amidst a global pandemic. Support campus health and safety measures with a gift to the Light the Way campaign.

Join Us on Zoom

June 22, 2021
Yesterday’s Tomorrow Straight from the Roman City
Alumni College - Online
June 30, 2021
In the Margins: Women and Dalits in India
Alumni College - Online

Get Inspired

Learn about our community of students, alumni, supporters, parents, faculty and friends.

Lily Solochek smiling with a bookcase in the background
For Trans Rabbi Lily Solochek ’11, Pride 2021 Marks Need for “Culture Shift”

As one of few out trans rabbis in the United States, alum Lily Solochek ’11 shares their perspectives on recent anti-trans legislation and violence.

"A young institution, boldly conceived, Brandeis is intent on carrying on the great traditions of learning at the highest levels of rigor and meaning, with a historic commitment to openness and justice."

Brandeis University President Ron Liebowitz

Skip Social Media Feed