Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends
Alumni Admissions Council
The Brandeis University Alumni Admissions Council (AAC) is a network of Brandeis graduates who volunteer to represent the University to prospective students, parents, and secondary schools. Organized in 1972, the AAC has grown to more than 1,300 members in regions across the U.S. and around the world. AAC members assist the Brandeis Office of Admissions in recruiting prospective students, adding a personal touch to the college admissions process.
AAC members serve the Office of Admissions by:
- Representing Brandeis enthusiastically and honestly to prospective students, school counselors, parents and teachers in local communities
- Staying informed about the state of the University and its application process
- Interviewing applicants to Brandeis, reporting perceptively on their qualities, and encouraging their matriculation if they are admitted
AAC members can expect to interview applicants to Brandeis in the fall and winter, and encourage admitted students to enroll through personalized correspondence and by participating in local receptions in the spring. Serving on the AAC enables alumni to stay actively involved with the Brandeis family and to set an example as successful and active community members.
To become a member of the Alumni Admissions Council, complete the volunteer membership form. You will then receive a confirmation email with a unique URL to access your volunteer portal. When you log into your portal, please familiarize yourself with the training materials therein. You may then begin to conduct interviews and attend college fairs at your convenience.
Please feel free to contact Jonathan Aleshire, senior associate director of admissions, with any questions, at 781-736-3514 or firstname.lastname@example.org.