News & Announcements

Donate to the Winter Clothing Drive!

Help fellow Jumbos stay warm this winter by donating coats, sweaters, scarves, and other winter clothing!

  • Drop-off: Campus Center Room 215
  • Deadline: November 29
  • Please make sure donated items are in good condition

Sponsored by the TCU Sentate for the FIRST Resource Center. Contact with questions.

Winter Clothing Drive


Apply to be a 2019 Orientation Coordinator!

The Orientation Team is looking for 3 innovative and energetic student leaders to coordinate Orientation 2019. Help us introduce new Jumbos to Tufts!

Work full-time in one of three paid positions this summer:

  • Coordinator for Academic and Educational Programming
  • Coordinator for Communication and Social Media
  • Coordinator for Co-Curricular Programs and Major Events

Apply by January 25, 2019!

Download the 2019 Orientation Coordinator Application

Visit the Orientation Website for More Information

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Study at Tufts in Talloires!

The Course Listings for Tufts in Talloires 2019 are now available! Visit the European Center website for information about the program -- and register beginning December 5 at 9 a.m.! Courses are first come, first served.

Tufts in Talloires 2019 Course Listing


There’s a lot happening at Tufts every day. In the past, we’ve only been able to capture small slices of it here and there. On November 15, we want to capture all of it.

  • We’re encouraging all members of the Tufts community to share glimpses of their day—from the mundane moments to the magical—through the #TuftsDayInTheLife hashtag.
  • We’re looking for all types of content (videos, photos, audio, text) on all the major social media channels.
  • Selected items will be shared through the Tufts website, social channels, and other platforms.
  • Use the hashtag, and be eligible to win $50 in JumboCash or Rhino Bucks!

To truly make this work, we need lots of people involved—students, faculty, staff, and visitors. We hope you’ll join us!

Use the hashtag, and be eligible to win $50 in JumboCash or Rhino Bucks!

Annual TCU Senate Turkey Shuttle

Get your Thanksgiving break bus ride ticket to South Station or Logan Airport. For sale now on TuftsTickets or at the Information Booth for only $5!

  • Departure times: Tuesday, November 20 at 2, 4, and 6 p.m.; and Wednesday, November 21 at 6, 8, and 10 a.m.
  • Departs from Mayer Campus Center, 44 Professors Row.

Sponsored by the TCU Senate.

Take the Turkey Shuttle!

Join Our Herd!

The Office of Residential Life and Learning is currently recruiting for student leadership positions for the 2019-20 academic year! Our student staff members gain invaluable leadership experience, incredible opportunities to support their peers and others on campus, and excellent skills that are transferrable to life at Tufts and beyond.

First Year Assistants (FYAs) and Community Development Assistants (CDAs) are the cornerstone of our residential community, and we want you to join our team. Are you up to the tusk? Visit to view the position description, selection process, and application.

Apply to be an FYA or CDA!

Join Our Herd!

Road Trips to the Real World -- Register today!

Looking for a great winter break activity? Sign up for an EACE Road Trip (January 3 - 18, 2019), and participate in a site visit to one (or more) of 20 employers across 6 states. These one-of-a-kind networking opportunities cost only $10 and give you an insider's view into different organizations. This infographic lists employers by location and industry. Tickets are limited.

Sign Up for a Road Trip

Want to know about Tufts in Talloires?

Join us on one of the following dates and your questions will be answered!

  • Tuesday, November 13, 3-4 pm in Dowling 745 A
  • Wednesday, November 14, 12-1 pm in Tisch 304
  • Thursday, November 15, 3-4 pm in Dowling 745 A
  • Monday, November 19, 12-1 pm in Tisch 304

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A Message from Health and Wellness

October 24, 2018

The Department of Health and Wellness recognizes at its core that bias and discrimination have devastating consequences on marginalized individual’s physical and mental health. Data on race, ethnicity, gender and gender identity show time and time again that the experience of bias has a severe impact on individuals’ feelings of self-worth, willingness to receive care, and ability to attend to medical and mental health conditions as they arise. Clinicians must do the work to understand and respect the needs of all of their patients as a matter of the care they provide at the most basic and human level./em>

This week, we learned that transgender and non-binary individuals are at risk of being excluded (erased) from the government’s definition of gender. This has a strong negative and devastating impact on our students, staff and faculty who identity as transgender or non-binary. Our commitment to you stands strong and resolute. We see you, and we hope you will reach out as needed.

“There must be those among whom we can sit down and weep and still be counted as warriors.” Adrienne Rich

Read a Message from the LGBT Center Director in Support of Trans and Non-Binary Students, Faculty, and Staff

Waste Less at Tufts!

How can you help lessen food insecurity? Join Tufts Eco Reps, Tufts Food Rescue Collaborative, and Tufts Dining to Waste Less when you eat! See how we can all reduce waste November 1 at our Waste Less Dinner in the Carmichael and Dewick-MacPhie Dining Centers.

Waste Less Dinner, November 1