Tufts is now requiring vaccination against COVID-19 for ALL faculty, staff, vendors, and affiliates. More Information
COVID-19 Vaccination Deadline for Students:
Update on COVID-19 Protocols at Tufts:
Following recent guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Governor Baker’s decision to lift all remaining COVID-19 restrictions in Massachusetts effective May 29, Tufts University will update its COVID-19 policies and procedures effective June 1, 2021. Read more.
AS&E Announces Fall 2021 Plans:
The School of Arts and Sciences (including the School of the Museum of Fine Arts) and the School of Engineering plan to resume most academic, research, and campus activities in person on campus in September. Faculty have been asked to plan for in-person fall courses. Read more.
Student Vaccination Requirements:
Students (including undergraduate, graduate, professional, and non-traditional students) will need to be vaccinated prior to participating in on-campus classes or activities this fall. Read more.
Faculty and Staff Vaccination Requirements:
All faculty and staff will be required to provide documentation of COVID-19 vaccination or request an accommodation by August 15. Read more.
Survey by Tufts-led team in a poor community in Brazil finds that economic uncertainty of the pandemic is top-most on residents’ minds
A Tufts-led study of camps for kids that were open last year has lessons for this year’s campers and parents
Brett Leav, A87, A23P, who led the clinical trial team that developed the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, tells a Tufts audience how the vaccines happened so quickly
Strict health protocols will be in place for limited, weekend-only, NESCAC schedule from mid-April to mid-May
An event hosted by the University Chaplaincy and Hillel commemorates a year of upheaval due to COVID-19 and racial injustice