Student Accessibility Services

Student Accessibility Services, at Tufts University, promotes an accessible college experience for students with disabilities. We support undergraduate and graduate 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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Upcoming Events & Deadlines

Apr 30, 2018

Students can withdraw from classes on SIS until 11:59 p.m.

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News & Announcements

Find Study Space for Final

Looking for study space? We've created a ton of new study spaces across campus in preparation for Reading Period and will be updating our list throughout Final Exams.

Visit go.tufts.edu/StudySpace to see a list of locations, hours, and amenities! And look for the Study Space icon on the Tufts Mobile app!

Study Space

Compare the Old and New Credit-Hour Systems

Do you have any of the following questions about how the old credit-hour system compares with the new system that will be adopted in June 2018?

  • How many credits should I register for?
  • What is a full-time course load?
  • How many credits can I transfer?
  • How is the HASS requirement affected?
  • What does a double major entail?
  • Are requirements for the Dean's List impacted?
  • What about Latin honors?

Review our chart that compares the old credit-hour system with the new system!

Compare the Old and New Credit-Hour Systems

Submit Your Photos to the Global Perspectives Photo Contest!

Travelling abroad this summer? Prepare for the 2nd annual Global Perspectives Photo Contest! Tufts undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit up to 3 photos that capture the contest’s global themes:

  • One Health
  • Reclaiming the Human
  • Climate, Food, and Water
  • Secure and Equitable Society
  • Living Technology

Photos should have been taken when students were studying, working, interning, or conducting research abroad or, in the case of the last theme, should represent global perspectives on Tufts’ campuses in Boston, Grafton, or Medford during the last year. Submissions are due September 28. Winning photos will be displayed on the Global Tufts website and in a rotating exhibit on the Medford, Grafton, and Boston campuses!

Learn More and Submit Your Photos!

2017 Food and Water 1st place (tie). Alex Cherry, A&S Undergraduate. Purpose of Travel: Study Location: Assisi, Italy

2017 Food and Water 1st place (tie). Alex Cherry, A&S Undergraduate. Purpose of Travel: Study Location: Assisi, Italy

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