Programs and Student Groups

Latino Peer Leaders Program

Latino Stole Ceremony and Reception

Latino Center Fall Retreat

Pause for Paws

Tufts Farm Share and Community Supported Agriculture

La Casa Latina (Special Interest Housing)

Association of Latin American Students

Tufts Society of Latinx Engineers and Scientists

Latino Peer Leaders Program

The Latino Peer Leader Program was created in 1994 and today it continues to provide support, mentorship, and tons of fun to first-year students. As a Latino Peer Leader you will be a role model And provide guidance and encouragement to our incoming Latinxs, Caribbean, and Latin American familia.

Latino Stole Ceremony and Reception

Coming Soon

La Casa Latina (Special Interest Housing)

La Casa Latina is one of the Special Interest Housing Options available. La Casa Latina provides all Tufts students a housing environment dedicated to the safe, welcoming, and friendly space to explore Latino, Caribbean, and Latin American cultural heritage through student-led programs. La Casa Latina offers 6 singles and 2 doubles. Applications for living in La Casa Latina are released every January, and they are reviewed by Tufts Latino Center Director and the House Manager.

Latino Center Fall Retreat

Coming Soon

Pause for Paws

Coming Soon

Tufts Farm Share and Community Supported Agriculture

Coming Soon

The Association of Latin American Students

The Association of Latin American Students (ALAS), formerly knows as the Hispanic American Society, is a student-run organization that founded in the spring of 1989. Our missing is to bring together students that are part of, or interested in, the Latino community at Tufts. ALAS's primary goal is to meet the needs of the Latino student population at Tufts as well as providing an arena for intellectual discourse on issues facing the Latino community at large.

Tufts Society of Latinx Engineers and Scientists

Tufts SOLES is an organization affiliated with MAES (Mexican American Engineering Students), which is a national society that supports minorities majoring in STEM fields. While started by a group of Mexican American students at Tufts, SOLES is open to all students.