Student Affairs

We are a central resource and can help you out when you’re not sure where to start. We support an inclusive and safe community for all students and promote leadership development in partnership with many other campus offices. Our mission is to help all Tufts thrive in our living and learning community.

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Tufts Parents and Family Weekend October 13-14, 2017

Tufts Parents Weekend Logo 2017

Please join us at Tufts for a special weekend where you can experience the life of a college student while attending lectures by the university president, provost, and deans, and our world renowned faculty members. You will also have the opportunity to attend workshops, athletic events, and performances throughout the weekend.

For more information and to register for Parents and Family Weekend, please visit our website or call the Parents Giving Program at 617-627-3798.

Online registration closes October 4, 2017 at 5 p.m. EST.

Preferred Name Change

If you use a first name that differs from your legal name, you have the ability to update it for general communications. (As of now, your public safety ID card and Tufts User Name will not change.) You can have your name updated on class and grade rosters. Your diploma records will remain as your legal name.

Voices of the Hill

Voices of the Hill

Thanks to everyone who participated in Voices of the Hill, "The Gap" last semester. This program, organized and facilitated by Kofi Asante ('17) brought together Tufts students from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives to perform a series of monologues about their personal experiences. We're looking forward to the next Voices of the Hill event sometime soon! Stay tuned for more information!

Read The Daily's Coverage of "The Gap"

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Student Personas

Students outside during matriculation The ACE Fellows act as academic and community role models, assist first-year students in learning about campus resources, and help to create a welcoming community for students’ personal development. These committed undergraduates also create innovative co-curricular opportunities for the Tufts community.
Students talking at matriculation The Judicial Advocacy Program offers Tufts students opportunities to work as advocates supporting their peers in the Student Judicial Process. If you are interested in issues of social justice or policy, or if you think working as an advocate might help as you prepare for graduate or law school, the Judicial Advocates can be a great opportunity to develop skills and meet students with similar interests.
Crowd at a Tufts football game The purpose of the Inter-Greek Council is to foster a unified community that upholds: the values of brotherhood and sisterhood; high academic standards; philanthropic action; development of the individuals of each chapter; and support for the greater Tufts community and Greek communities.