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 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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Upcoming Events & Deadlines

Feb 27, 2019

Understanding Your Benefits Package
Learn about what may be included in a benefits package, what are good benefits to look for in a job, and how much is a good benefits package worth in order to better assess what is right for you.

Laura Mannix is a Senior Learning and Development Specialist in the Tufts University Human Resources office. In this role, she develops and facilitates Management, Leadership, and Communication Skills training programs for Tufts employees. She also manages the Career Consulting service, which was made available to employees at Tufts in 2018. Laura has worked in various higher ed, financial services and government organizations. She holds a BA in Psychology from Dartmouth College and a MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Rice University.

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**Lunch will be provided.

Feb 28, 2019

Join us for a conversation with Wade Davis, former NFL player and the NFL's first LGBT inclusion consultant! All are welcome -- and no tickets required!

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Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism: A Conversation with Dr. Robin DiAngelo and Jack Hill

White Fragility

Part of the "White Fragility in America Tour," this presentation will feature antiracist educator Dr. Robin DiAngelo in conversation with award-winning journalist Jack Hill, and will include an in-depth discussion about how white fragility develops, how it protects racial inequality, and what we can do to engage more constructively. Dr. DiAngelo and Mr. Hill will use Dr. DiAngelo's New York Times best-selling book, WHITE FRAGILITY: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism, as a point of reference throughout.

This is an open and FREE event. Tickets are required. "Pre-sale" tickets for the Tufts community will be available on beginning February 18. Tickets for the general public will be available beginning February 25.

Liberal Arts Advising Drop-In Hours

Are you a Liberal Arts student with a questions about academic advising? Join the Advising Deans and Students Success Advisors each Tuesday from 12 - 1 p.m. for Drop-In Hours! To make an appointment with your Advising Dean or Students Success Advisor, visit

Dates & Locations: 2/12, Campus Center; 2/19, Tower Cafe; 2/26, Campus Center; 3/5, Tower Cafe; 3/12, Campus Center; 3/26, Tower Cafe; 4/2, Campus Center, 4/9, Campus Center; 4/16, Tower Cafe; 4/23 Campus Center

E-Week, February 15 - 22

Get ready for Engineering Week at Tufts! All students, staff, faculty, alumni, and Tufts community members are invited to attend a variety of events from February 15 - 22. Start E-Week in style on Friday, February 15 with a Dean's Lecture from Norman Fortenberry, executive director of the American Society for Engineering Education, and then get things rolling with the E-Week Kick-Off Carnival on Monday, February 18.

See the Schedule for E-Week!

E-Week 2019

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