Voices of Tufts is a two-day visit program sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, designed to introduce high school seniors to diversity and community at Tufts University. Through conversations with current students, panel discussions with Tufts staff and faculty, opportunities to meaningfully connect with our identity-based resource centers, and social programming, Voices aims to inform and empower students as they navigate the college admissions process.
The fall 2024 program dates and application will be announced in April. We are planning for both an in-person program and a virtual program. Details will be forthcoming.
Any high school senior who attends school in the United States is eligible to apply to Voices. While Voices has traditionally attracted participants with strong academic records from underrepresented backgrounds – including but not limited to students of color, first-generation college-bound students, LGBTQIA+ students, students from low-income backgrounds, students with disabilities, and students from rural communities – any student interested in learning about diversity and community at Tufts is invited to apply. We seek primarily to invite high-achieving students who are kind, collaborative, civically-engaged, and interested in creating a more inclusive world.
There is no cost to participate in Voices and, for the in-person program, Tufts Admissions will arrange for transportation at no cost for students for whom the trip to campus would be a financial hardship. All program participants and applicants will have the application fee waived if they choose to apply to Tufts for first-year admission.
For questions regarding Voices, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (617) 627-3170.
Applying to Voices
The application for the next Voices of Tufts will be available in April 2024.