Life at Tufts
When students come to Tufts, they trade bathtubs, living rooms, and backyards for communal showers, common rooms, and residential quads. Their campus is a new, evolving home: populated with ideas, Frisbee games, and late-night conversations in the dorm hallway. A university is more than just a collection of buildings where you attend your classes. The average student at Tufts spends 15 hours a week in class, which leaves 153 hours for joking with friends in the dining hall, going back for seconds (and thirds), seeing concerts in Boston, performing research with professors, reading on the Prez Lawn, sleeping, and—yes—getting their homework done.
Life at Tufts is shaped not only by the campus you live on, but by the people who live here with you. The pages to the left will give you an idea of some of the opportunities students have, both on and off campus. Our student blogs do a great job of that, too! And if you want to throw a Frisbee yourself? You can always visit us.