Scholarship Appreciation Luncheon

Student speaker D'Andre Young '15, a Posse Scholar from Atlanta, shares his story about the transformative impact Brandeis has had on his life.

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Searching for a cure

Arielle Keller '16, the Brandeis National Committee's Sustaining the Mind Scholar, has been immersed in the research of Alzheimer's disease since her freshman year.

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Young alumni support Bold March Mania Challenge

Campaign success triggers $2,500 match from an anonymous Bold alum.

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Brandeis relies on the support of alumni and friends to educate the best students, maintain a world-class faculty, provide state-of-the-art classroom and laboratory facilities, and offer dynamic extracurricular programming.

Why I Give Back

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Because donor support provided Perry Traquina '78 with the opportunity to attend Brandeis, the new chair of the University's Board of Trustees has always felt the responsibility to “pay it forward” by helping subsequent generations of students. Through the establishment of endowed scholarships, Traquina and his wife, Robin, have given a group of Traquina Scholars the same chance to change the arc of their lives.

Reunion Giving

Young Alumni

Planned Giving

Profiles in Giving

Class Reunions provide a wonderful opportunity to relive the college experience, catch up with classmates, make new friends, participate in academically exciting opportunities and make special gifts to Brandeis. Read more.

Catherine Heffernan ’06 says the University helped her become who she is today. Read more.

Despite never having visited campus, Beverly Shayne Winthrop embraced what the University represented and believed it was worthy of her support. Read more.

Karen Richards Sachs '83 honors mother's commitment to education by establishing scholarship in her name. Read more.