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Medford, MA 02155
Tufts is a medium-sized research university with a culture of a liberal arts college and a focus on faculty relationships, research, and celebrating diverse experiences.
Applications Accepted: Common App, Coalition App, QuestBridge application
Do you require test scores for the Class of 2022? No, we are test optional
Admissions policies for Undocumented and DACA Students: Students with DACA or undocumented status will be considered for domestic, need-based aid like any other U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Tufts provides institutional financial aid in place of federal aid, and the FAFSA is not required to apply for aid. Like all other admitted students, Tufts will meet 100% of financial need. Students also receive support from our FIRST Resource Center.
Forms Required: FAFSA, CSS Profile
Do you meet full need? Yes
Additional financial aid information: Tufts is proud to meet 100% of demonstrated need for all admitted students regardless of citizenship status. Our financial aid packages mostly consist of grants (money you never have to pay back), and families with annual total incomes of $60,000 or less will typically not have any loans in their packages. More information can be found here. A break down of our types of aid.
Average Class Size: 20
Retention Rate (percentage of students who return for year two): 96%
6-Year Graduation Rate: 94%
Majors: Click Here
Other: All Tufts students enter as "undecided" and enroll at 1 of our 3 undergraduate schools: School of Arts & Sciences, School of Engineering, and School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA). No matter which school a student enrolls into, we encourage students to explore coursework and disciplines across all 3 schools. Students can easily study broadly across many different subject areas while also diving deeply into their specific academic passions.
5,900 Undergraduate Students
4.2% Race/ethnicity unknown
0.1% American Indian/Alaska Native