Whether interested in the Liberal Arts or Engineering, if you're a resident of Boston's suburbs, you can get a highly respected, quality education at the Medford/Somerville campus of Tufts University.
At Medford/Somerville you can pursue a degree in Art History, Chemical Engineering, Drama, Occupational Therapy, Risk Management, Romance Languages or Women's Studies just to name a few.
As eclectic as the academics are the student life and service offerings. An African American Student's Association, Art Gallery, Latino Student Center, Counseling services and numerous student activities and events are all housed on the Medford/Somerville campus.
Since Medford/Somerville is only a short drive or public transit ride to Boston, students can also benefit from the numerous cultural and social activities of the city.
As a long-respected, reputable school, Tufts is selective in its admission of undergraduate and graduate students.
Financial aid is available to qualifying students through grants, loans and other sources.
Quick Facts about Tufts University
Large Town Setting
Large (5,000 to 10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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- Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)
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