Thank you all for coming to Splash 2017! Please join us next year for Splash 2018!

Splash Program Vitals:

What: A day during which you can take multiple classes on a variety of subjects!
When: TBD for 2018
Who: Students in grades 7–12
Cost: FREE!
Where: At Brandeis University [Google maps, campus map] .

Specific Information for Brandeis Splash


Classes will run at a time TBD, normally the afternoon. Classes will range from 30 minutes to 90 minutes and will all take place within the Mandel and Rabb Quad at Brandeis University. You will not be required to stay on campus for the duration of the entire event. Brandeis students will be teaching all of the classes, and you will have the freedom to attend as many or as few classes as you'd like!


A parent and/or guardian must accompany you to check-in to sign a Splash Waiver. Please note that you will not be able to go to your classes without a signed waiver.

Check-in and on-site registration will start at a time TBD at Mandel Atrium. Check-in will remain in Mandel Atrium throughout the event. Even if you registered online, you must still check-in before you attend your classes. We highly suggest registering online. Please arrive early if you plan to register on-site. We cannot guarantee your class of choice for on-site registration.


Although we will be providing light refreshments, it is recommended that you either bring or purchase a lunch and/or snack. Students can purchase food from Usdan Dining Hall (located across from Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education).


Free parking will be available at the parking lot behind Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education. For in-depth directions on how to get to Brandeis, please refer to the DIRECTIONS page.

Public transportation is also available. You can take the commuter rail (on the Fitchburg/South Acton line) to the Brandeis/Roberts station. Alternatively, you can take bus 553 to the Brandeis/Roberts stop.

If you have any questions, please email us at

Last modified by Brandeisadmin on Sept. 23, 2018 at 04:09 p.m.