Tufts University


This university is a private research university in Medford & Somerville, Massachusetts. Christian universalists founded Tufts College in 1852 and aspired to create a nonsectarian higher education school. Internationalism, study abroad programmes and promoting active citizenship and public service across all fields are all hallmarks of the University.

Tufts University has four campuses. The main one is in Medford and Somerville. Others are in Boston, Grafton and Talloires. 

This university has approximately 90 undergraduate and graduate programmes spread over ten colleges in Boston and Talloires, France. There total academic staff is 1,546. 

Numerous programmes have affiliations with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and nearby Harvard University. Also, they have joint undergraduate degree programmes with the New England Conservatory, the College of Europe, and Sciences Po Paris

The University of Oxford, the London School of Economics, and other members of the University of London are connected to their many other programmes.

Tufts alums and affiliates include:

Tufts has also graduated four Rhodes Scholars, five Marshall Scholars, five Truman Scholars, and five Goldwater Scholars


The university has a student population of 11,878. The total number of undergraduate students is 5,825, and postgraduates are 5,781. 

Of the undergraduate student body, 15 per cent are international students. Students come from 71 different countries and all 50 states. The undergraduate student group is diverse in terms of culture and socioeconomic status.

Tufts University has three different types of student government: the TCU Judiciary, and the Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate and CSL (Committee on Student Life).


Seven out of every ten students reside on campus. Students can live in one of 40 residences ranging from small special interest cottages to standard dorms and shared apartments. There are 25 dorms on campus.



Tufts University
419 Boston Ave, Medford, MA 02155, United States

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