Tufts graduate students enjoy a range of social and cultural experiences on and off campus, and they benefit from support that helps them pursue their academic and professional goals and balance their responsibilities.
Civic Engagement and Leadership
Civic engagement is central to Tufts’ mission and culture, and students, faculty, and staff work together to create a more just and equitable world. Tisch College empowers students to take action to improve their community.
Varsity, club, and intramural sports. Group or independent exercise in Tufts’ newly renovated athletic facilities. Cheering on the Jumbos as a spectator. There are so many ways to get involved and stay active and healthy.
Student-run clubs and organizations
Individual and team national athletics championships since 2000
Undergraduate student senators make up the Tufts Community Union
Dining at Tufts
At Tufts, you’ll find a wide variety of dining options to keep you healthy and satisfy every craving. Grab and go from takeout and market options, or share a meal with friends at a dining center or cafe.
Boston and Beyond
In the vibrant academic, cultural, and research landscape of Greater Boston, Tufts students can take advantage of abundant opportunities to broaden their horizons outside of their campus communities.
Music and the Arts
From West African drumming and student-run a cappella to exploration of Boston area museums and concert halls, students from all disciplines engage in the energizing arts scene at Tufts.
Getting to Boston from Tufts
With the newly extended Green Line, Tufts students can hop a train to (almost) anywhere in the city and beyond. Welcome to your very own Boston T party