Getting Here

If you are from out of town and you have not visited Brandeis before, you will find it very easy to get here via public transportation. The first link will take you to the website of MBTA, the Boston area public transportation system, and the second link will take you, within that website, to the actual schedule for the Fitchburg commuter rail line. Though there are several ways to get here, the commuter rail is the easiest and will take you directly to the Brandeis campus (we are the Brandeis/Roberts stop). The commuter rail leaves from North Station (Boston) and Porter Square (Cambridge); a commuter rail ride to Brandeis costs $4.75 each way.

Here is a map showing the location of Brandeis within Waltham. You can click on the image to open up a high-resolution JPEG.

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If you plan to drive, please email statesofcrisis[at]brandeis.edu so that we can help you arrange a (free) parking permit. If you park on campus without a permit, your vehicle may well be ticketed.

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