What are the similarities and differences (admissions, environment, social life, types of students, popular majors, housing, etc.)?
Brandeis may not have the same kind of pretty campus that Mount Holyoke and Wellesley has, but I thinke specially when the sun is out, with the great lawn, trees and flowers here and there. You should check out this link to a virtual tour, it’s a little outdated because it still shows the old admissions center, but otherwise it’s still accurate: http://www.yourcampus360.com/yourcam…llege=brandeis I’m not conservative, so I don’t want to speak for them but I think it really depends on your personality and attitude. There have definitely been outspoken conservatives on campus, although you will need to realize that you will probably be in the minority and might see certain issues very differently than the majority of campus, whose mind you probably cannot change and which will probably want to engage in debate with you in one way or another on occasion. But I think even people who have had issues with that have had large groups of friends and haven’t been isolated. Last year, an electi