This is the page for undergraduate Arts & Sciences, Engineering, Combined Degree and BFA students. Pages specifically for prospective students who are applying to Tufts, and current and returning Tufts students. Also, general resources for all undergraduate students.
We meet 100% of need, as determined by our analysis of family financial resources, for all admitted undergraduates who complete an aid application by their respective deadline, listed below. Financial aid for Arts & Sciences and Engineering students is awarded entirely based on need.
|Early Decision I||November 15|
|Early Decision II||January 15|
|Regular Decision||February 1|
|Transfer Students||March 1|
|Entering R.E.A.L. (Fall Term)||April 15|
|Entering R.E.A.L. (Spring Term)||November 1|
|Currently Enrolled R.E.A.L.||April 15|
|Currently Enrolled Undergraduates||April 15|
Find Your Financial Aid Specialist
Your first contact should be the specialists in Student Services who are trained to answer any questions you may have about financial aid and billing issues. If they cannot answer your question, you will be referred to your aid counselor. Undergraduate counselor assignments are based on last name:
|BA, BS, BFA, and Combined-Degree Students||Counselor|
|Loan Repayment & LRAP||Counselor|
|All Students and Alumni||Matthew Reardon|
Please be aware that the University’s primary method of communicating with students is through email. We will do our best to limit the number of emails that you receive from us, but in many cases, including information about registration, campus emergencies, special events, and Commencement, email may be the only communication used. It is your responsibility to check your Tufts email account regularly. If you use another email account, please make certain that you forward your Tufts email to the account you regularly use.
If you do not give your consent to receive financial aid information via email, please email email@example.com.