Academic Advising and Support
No matter where you are in your Tufts journey, or what educational path you’re pursuing, the University offers you a wide range of academic supports and resources to meet your unique needs, and help make your Tufts experience a success.
Undergraduate and Pre-Professional Advising
Tufts undergraduate and pre-professional advising is designed to support an enriching and rewarding academic experience for every student, and help them reach their full potential. We accomplish this through individual advising, enrichment programs, on-line resources and tools, and collaboration with campus partners like Health and Wellness, and Scholar Development.
Tufts undergraduate education reaches beyond the classroom, to include exciting opportunities in research on campus, and beyond. Whether you are pursuing a specific opportunity, or want to learn more about options for integrating research into your Tufts education, the Scholarship Development team can help you explore the possibilities.
For many Tufts students, successful living and learning include accessibility accommodations for a physical or learning disability, mental health condition, dietary restriction or other individual need. Our goal is to help students and families understand Tufts’ policies, implement appropriate accommodations, and build a community that reflects Tufts’ values of equity and inclusion.
Tutoring and Academic Support
The StAAR Center supports student learning through free programming that includes academic success coaching, writing consultations, peer subject tutoring, and workshops. Our programs promote engaged, collaborative learning that build on students’ strengths while addressing their concerns and questions.
International Student Support
As an International Student, you are an important part of the Tufts University community, and we aim to make your Tufts experience as successful and enriching as possible. Staff at the Tufts International Center and other campus partners are here to assist you with everything from visa applications to classes, campus activities and individual needs.
Global Orientation (GO) is a four-day adventure that introduces you to your peers from all over the world. We’ll also give you a chance to explore Tufts, the surrounding community, and the city of Boston.
The Registrar’s Office serves all Tufts undergraduate and graduate students. Visit our website or contact us to access to your academic information, or get support for tasks like obtaining a transcript, verifying enrollment, registering for classes, declaring a major, and applying for graduation. Our home page offers a number of user-friendly tools like Degree Audits and academic policy guides to support your learning experience.