Student Accessibility Services

Student Accessibility Services, at Tufts University, promotes an accessible college experience for students with disabilities, whether they are taking classes online or in person. We support undergraduate and graduate students in the Schools of Arts & Sciences and Engineering (including SMFA students), as well as Fletcher students, in developing self-advocacy skills, empowering them at Tufts and beyond. SAS also advocates for an inclusive and diverse Tufts community through education and collaborative campus partnerships. 

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News & Announcements

The Haven at College is Coming to Tufts!

The Haven at College

Health and Wellness and the Dean of Student Affairs Office are excited to announce that The Haven at College is coming to Tufts in Fall 2019!

This innovative, dynamic program was created for college-age students struggling with substance use and is a leading national provider of on-campus drug and alcohol treatment and recovery support services. Tufts’ collaboration with The Haven will be based in the Office of Health Promotion and Prevention and will include:

Explore The Haven’s website to learn more about their programs, or contact Ian Wong, Director of Health Promotion and Prevention, and/or Sophie Pyne, Senior University Account Director for The Haven at College.

New Tufts Employee Self-Service Portal (eServe) Interface

Attention, all student employees! Starting June 3, you’ll notice that the Tufts Employee Self-Service portal (or eServe) has a new look. You’ll still be able to access important payroll and benefits information, but through a more modern and user-friendly interface! This short (5-minute) video will show you what to expect when the new interface is live. 

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