Contact Tufts Global Education
Tufts Global Education has staff and faculty on the Tufts Medford campus, as well as an international team that leads the Tufts Programs Abroad in Beijing, Chile, Ghana, Hong Kong, Japan, London, Oxford, Paris, Madrid, and Tübingen.
Visit Our Medford Office
Tufts Global Education’s main office is located in 710 Dowling Hall on campus. You are welcome to visit during business hours to browse print versions of program catalogs, financial aid and funding information, and student evaluations. Extra copies of brochures and catalogs are free to take.
Student evaluations offer valuable perspectives about the program, location, culture, and student experience, but should be considered alongside other resources. Keep in mind that each student’s experience abroad is different.
For general inquiries, please send an email and our team will connect you with the appropriate staff member in our Medford office or abroad.
For students seeking an advising session, you are required to watch the Study Abroad First Steps video prior to scheduling a meeting. Once you have completed that task, please schedule an advising session with one of the following advisors.
- Tufts Programs Abroad: Schedule an advising session with Evan Lohmann.
- Tufts in Oxford: Schedule an advising session with Melanie Armstrong.
- External (Non-Tufts) Programs: Schedule an advising session with Aliki Karagiannis.
- Tufts in Pavia: Email questions to GlobalEducation@tufts.edu.
- Tufts in Talloires or Tufts in Annecy: Tufts Global Education does not manage these programs; please contact the Tufts European Center for more information.
Tufts University reserves the right to modify or cancel any of the plans or regulations described on this website as conditions warrant.
Tufts University is committed to the fundamental principle of equal opportunity and equal treatment for every prospective and current employee and student. It is the policy of the University not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or status as a veteran, in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other university-sponsored programs.