Flipping through these pages should feel like taking a stroll through Tufts' campus. You'll meet professors and students; they'll share with you what excites them. You'll drop into a class on an unfamiliar topic and leave inspired, dig into some fascinating research, or hang out in a dorm with potential classmates. Along the way, you might decide that Tufts feels like the right place for you. If that happens, this magazine is also for you—flip to the back, where we've broken down the basics on applying: deadlines, aid, and our advice. This is Tufts; explore it.
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10.21.2020: Post-publication update for applicants to the School of Engineering: We no longer require that students take physics and calculus in high school to apply to the School of Engineering, but we do strongly encourage that they do if they are available and accessible. If those two classes are not available, we strongly encourage applicants to pursue four years of rigorous math and science courses in high school.