Campus Guidelines

We look forward to welcoming our students to campus this fall. While the COVID vaccines, boosters, and treatments have been tremendously effective in preventing widespread severe illness, Tufts continues to implement a series of measures designed to limit transmission of the virus within our community.

For information specific to students, faculty, and staff, please see below.

Undergraduate Students
Graduate & Professional School Students
  • We strongly recommend that you take a COVID test (either antigen or PCR) at least 24 hours before coming to campus for the first time. If you test positive, please follow the isolation guidelines.
  • All students must be vaccinated and fully boosted against COVID and have emailed documentation to SAHA-Imm-Admin@tufts.edu.
  • Alternatively, you must have applied for and received approval from Tufts for religious or medical accommodation. See the Tufts COVID-19 vaccine information site for details.
  • See the latest COVID-19 guidance on our Healthy@Tufts page.
  • The flu vaccine is required for the Boston and Grafton Health Sciences campuses, and strongly recommended for the other campuses. Please visit this website for more information on Health Sciences immunizations.
  • Learn about what to do if you are sick
Faculty, Staff, Managers & Researchers
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