Your Student Union

We are here to serve you from orientation to graduation and beyond. How?


We are your link to change. No matter your concern or idea, we have connections within the alumni, administration, faculty, and trustees to address your concerns and ideas. The Executive-Board has strong relationships with all of the Brandeis constituencies, and makes sure that the student voice is heard.


The Student Union fills our campus with life through the financial support of our vibrant clubs and associations. The Allocations Board makes all funding decisions for our student run organizations, trying to maximize the total impact of each organization on campus life.


We take pride in our community, and in its stewardship. The Student Union works to promote a safe, respectful, and intentional environment for the student body, creates and reviews student focused laws and initiatives, and builds community within and around our campus.

Who are we?

The Union serves many different roles on campus. Our four branches house student leaders from across campus, each tasked with different work. Here you can learn about their various functions and contact your representatives.

Executive Board

The Executive Board is comprised of elected and appointed officials who focus on long term student concerns. The board is chaired by the President, and is overseen by the Chief of Staff.

About Members


The Senate is the direct voice of students, representing every class-year, quad, and underserved constiuencies on campus. Meet your senators to advance your ideas about how Brandeis can improve.

About Members

Allocations Board

The A-Board makes impartial and thoughtful decisions on how to divide up our limited student funds between the many clubs and activities that request them.

About Members


The Judiciary settles disagreements that arise between different branches of the Union, and adjudicates some other student grievances that are not diciplinary in nature.

About Members

What are we doing?

We are here to serve you as openly as possible. Stay up to date on what we are working on, and feel free to become a part of the process.