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Libraries are the heart of a great university, the lifeline of teaching, learning and research. The remarkable growth of the Brandeis Libraries has been achieved with the help of generous women and men who recognize the link between a world-class library and a high-quality education. Through a wide range of giving opportunities, you can fulfill your interest in books and learning and make an impact on one of America's leading research universities.

BNC Scholarship FUND

More information is available on Brandeis National Committee's web site. 

Read about the giving opportunities.


Financial assistance plays a pivotal role in upholding Brandeis' founding principle of equal access to high education, regardless of a student's financial circumstance. Scholarships ensure that the best and brightest students are able to pursue an education at this unique institution.
Endowed scholarship funds, which provide a consistent, dependable funding source are required to accomplish this. 

​Diana Saucedo is a recipient of our chapter's endowed scholarship to Brandeis. She is very appreciative and sent us a thank you note, which you can read here.

SUSTAINING THE MIND FUND

The Legacy of Louis: Inspiring Inquiry will reinvigorate the Brandeis Library's mission to empower its community to become scholars, creators, and innovators through the creation of two interactive additions to the Library. The first will be the construction of a research archive of original letters, photographs, documents and family objects.
The second addition to the Brandeis Library will be the creation of a new Judaica reading room in the library. 

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GIVING OPPoRTUNITIES

Carl J. Shapiro Science Center

Statute of Justice Louis Brandeis on campus

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As people live longer, neurodevelopmental disorders have become a global epidemic. At the same time, government funding for scientific research is shrinking. Private support is important to help bridge the gap so that a cure can be found for these devastating diseases.  
The Sustaining the Mind Fund supports neuroscience research at Brandeis and endowed scholarships for students in the sciences. Research is the key to finding a cure.

Slosberg Music Center

Brandeis National Committee is dedicated to providing philanthropic support to Brandeis University, a distinguished liberal arts and research university founded by the American Jewish community. Its membership is connected to the university through fundraising and through activities that reflect the values on which the university was founded: academic excellence, social justice, non-sectarianism and service to the community.

Libraries are the heart of a great university, the lifeline of teaching, learning and research. The remarkable growth of the Brandeis Libraries has been achieved with the help of generous women and men who recognize the link between a world-class library and a high-quality education. Make an impact on one of America's leading research universities.

Brandeis Undergraduate Library

  • Two out of three Brandeis students receive some form of financial aid. 
  • In the 2013-14 academic year, Brandeis awarded $88.4 million in scholarship aid (undergraduates and graduate students).
  • For the same period, the endowment and annual gifts designated to scholarships provided $17.2 million (19.4% of the total financial aid budget).

​        ​Designations include:

  • The Legacy of Louis:

           Inspiring Inquiry Campaign

  • Sustaining the Mind Fund
  • Library Fund
  • Scholarship Fund
  • Endowed Medical Science Fund
  • Library Collections in Judaica
  • ​Learned Research Journals
  • Special/Major Book collections

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Brandeis Libraries Book Fund​

CURRENT CAMPAIGN -

​THE LEGACY OF LOUIS: INSPIRING INQUIRY