In response to the evolving situation with COVID-19, Tufts University will not be holding any on-campus tours or information sessions until further notice.
Effective mid-August, Tufts University is unable to accommodate any in-person admissions visitors for the spring semester. Any visitors to campus will be asked to depart. This is part of our community’s efforts to provide a healthy and safe environment for our enrolled students.
Read more about the Massachusetts Travel Advisory here which places significant restrictions on visitors to the state from most of the US.
We encourage you to browse this page to explore virtual resources and utilize our calendar to register for a virtual event. We are available from 8:30am-4:30pm EDT/EST to answer any questions you have via phone or email.
Tufts University draws students from all over the world. Our student body typically represents every US state and over 80 countries! And while we absolutely love welcoming prospective students and their families to campus for information sessions and tours, we realize that not everyone has the chance to visit us in person. So on this page, we have created a virtual experience to showcase this incredible community so you can get to know Tufts from the comfort of your home.
First time visiting Tufts? Here's the high level overview.
And click here for a brochure, "Experience Tufts: No travel required."
Virtual Visit Opportunities:
Virtual Visit Calendar
Learn more about and sign up for our virtual programs:
- Information sessions
- Virtual Transfer Student Question and Answer Sessions
- Guided tour with a current student
- Saturday Virtual Q&A Sessions
Virtual Group Session
Individual visitors should use the virtual visit calendar above to sign up for a visit opportunity.
We are excited to offer virtual group sessions for high schools, college access programs, and other organizations consisting of high school students. Please complete this form to request your virtual visit to Tufts. Virtual group sessions are limited to high school-aged students.
If you work with middle school students and have questions about virtual programming, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.