News & Announcements

Meet Handshake

Handshake will replace Jumbo Jobs as our new recruiting platform to connect students/alumni with employers for jobs, internships and career events. Students: Log in with your Tufts ID (e.g. jsmith01) and password. Alumni and employers, visit this page for login info.

Have you started packing?

Find out what to bring with you for your summer at Tufts.

Have you made your travel plans?

We provide complimentary airport transfers for students in our summer programs. Learn more and complete your form.

Reminder: Tuition for Summer Programs

Reminder: Tuition for all summer programs is due by June 15, 2017. Learn more about your options for completing your payment.

Submit Your Internship to the 2017 TIP Book by August 11

We need YOUR help with the newest edition of the TIP (Tufts Internship Profiles) Book! If you have a summer internship, we'd like to hear from you. We're looking for paid and unpaid positions across all industries and geographic locations. Tell us what you're doing, which tasks you enjoy & find challenging, and how your classmates could secure a position like yours. Bonus: Submit an internship profile by August 11 and enter our raffle for $50 Barnes & Noble gift cards. Share info about your internship today!

Summer Session at Tufts

Q: Do you need to fulfill a requirement…or want to explore an academic passion for which you can’t find time during the academic year?

A: Tufts Summer Session is the answer! With more than 170+ courses—in subjects ranging from Computer Science to Political Science, from Artificial Intelligence to Studio Art, from Organic Chemistry to Nutrition—Tufts Summer Session has just the right offerings for you. 

Our offerings include courses from:

  • The School of Arts and Sciences
  • The School of Engineering
  • The School of the Museum of Fine Arts (including both courses and intensives/workshops)
  • The Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy

Do you already have a job or internship? Most summer courses are offered in the evening or online, allowing you to earn credit while honoring other commitments (and still enjoying summer, too!). Courses are affordable with discounted tuition and on-campus housing.

To learn more about all these options, please visit the Tufts Summer Session website. But don’t delay: online registration ends on May 23 for Session 1 courses (walk-in registration options are available later).

2017 Faculty Disability Advocate Award Recipient: Mark Sheldon

The Student Accessibility Services Office is pleased to announce that the first recipient of our Faculty Disability Advocate Award is Mark Sheldon! Mark Sheldon is a Lecturer in the Computer Science Department and has been incredibly supportive of students with disabilities and of the SAS office.  He was nominated by students and the SAS staff.

Mark Sheldon is very attentive to his student’s needs, and they and the SAS stuaff appreciate his student-first focus. One student wrote “Mark Sheldon is always accommodating and includes disabilities in his first-day lecture. I feel like he doesn’t stigmatize disabilities.” Please join us in congratulating Mark Sheldon as a strong disability advocate at Tufts!

Mark Sheldon

Opening late on Wednesdays, 5/10 and 5/17

The Health Service will be opening late at 11:00 a.m. on the following Wednesdays 05/10 and 5/17

Thanks for an Amazing Spring Fling!

Thanks to everyone who made Spring Fling 2017 such an amazing event! We had a great time this past weekend. Thanks for coming out and enjoying the concert, Jumbos! 

Students at Spring Fling

Spring Fling

Watch "Day By Day"

Student Accessibility Services and Tufts' Department of Film and Media Studies recently partnered with two student filmmakers, Ben Hoskings and Ray Bernoff, to produce "Day By Day," a short documentary about six Tufts students' experiences as artists living with disabilities. "Day By Day" premiered with great success in mid April, and the film will be shown at two national conferences later this summer. Congratulations to Ben and Ray, who have also entered "Day By Day" in a national contest for filmmakers with disabilities.