A member of TuftsSTOMP encourages a child to build something using the group's simple robotics equipment at Community Day on Tufts' Medford/Somerville campus.

Welcome to Tufts.

Experience a community you can count on. Ask what it’s like to work at Tufts, and you’ll hear some of the same themes:

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Colleagues are collegial, and the culture is collaborative. We really like working together. We believe the best ideas develop when smart people connect, collaborate, and create together.
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Purpose and idealism light us up. Tufts employees care about creating a better world. We bring social responsibility, civic engagement, equity, and sustainability into everything we do.
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Good ideas get heard. Everyone contributes. From student workers to senior executives, we share information and knowledge freely to come up with innovative approaches and creative solutions.
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Work flexibility is embraced. Employees have families, interests, and roles beyond our jobs. Flexible work, generous time off, and innovative benefits keep us feeling fulfilled at work and at home.

Get engaged.

We are all about active citizenship, sustainability, and social responsibility.

Aerial photos of the Tufts University Medford/Somerville campus

Tisch College of Civic Life

Tufts is home to Tisch College, the only university-wide college of its kind, which infuses the study and practice of civic engagement into every aspect of our academic, professional, and social fabric. Faculty and staff have many opportunities to get involved through events, volunteering, and other programming.

Tufts Office of Sustainability recognizes its Eco-Ambassadors


Tufts University has committed itself to be carbon-neutral by 2050. More than 140 faculty and staff Eco-Ambassadors receive resources and support to implement environmentally sustainable practices and educate colleagues about them.

Neighbors of Medford and Somerville celebrate the 17th annual Tufts Community Day on the academic quad

Good Neighbors

Our employees have funded 135 community grants to area nonprofits since 1995. We developed pooled COVID-19 testing for Medford and Somerville so that schools could reopen. We partner locally, sharing our resources, knowledge, and expertise for healthier, stronger, more vibrant communities.

Many schools. One Tufts.

Across 10 schools and four campuses, we see a world of possibilities. No matter which campus you choose, you’ll be part of a university dedicated to transforming the world through innovative teaching, interdisciplinary research, and passionate civic engagement.

Medford/Somerville, Massachusetts

Located amidst a unique collection of suburban neighborhoods, urban enclaves, and hip public squares, this campus is home to all of Tufts’ undergraduate students as well as many of its graduate students. Coffee shops, a theatre, restaurants, music stores, and clubs are among the many attractions in Davis Square, which is just a short walk from campus.

School of Arts and Sciences
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
School of Engineering
The Fletcher School
Tisch College of Civic Life

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Image of the exterior of the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine at dusk in Boston, Mass

Boston, Massachusetts (Chinatown)

Located right in the heart of Boston’s Chinatown, the third largest Chinese neighborhood in the country, the health sciences campus offers an urban haven for interdisciplinary scholarship and research.

School of Medicine
School of Dental Medicine
Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

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Boston, Massachusetts (Fenway)

The Boston SMFA campus is in the cultural heart of the city, next to the Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. It is home to classrooms, student studios, production labs, workshops, and SMFA’s much-loved art store.

School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts

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Grafton, Massachusetts

An ideal setting for New England’s only veterinary school, the Grafton campus sits on 594 acres of crop fields, pastures, and woods. The facilities include small and large animal hospitals, a wildlife clinic, a regional biosafety laboratory, a working farm, lecture halls, various research labs, administrative offices, and a campus center.

Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine

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