(Boston office): 200 Harrison Ave.
Boston, MA 02111
200 Westboro Rd.
Grafton, MA 01539
(Somerville office): 169 Holland St.
Somerville, MA 02144
President: Lawrence Bacow
Tufts is a private university with three
campuses in Massachusetts (Boston, Medford/Somerville and Grafton)
and in Talloires, France.
Tufts has programs in liberal arts, sciences,
engineering, medical and dental schools. It also has a veterinary
medicine school, the only one in New England.
Over 9,200 students attend Tufts from over 100 countries. The school says 98% of students expect to enroll in graduate or professional study.
Tuition for 2010-11 is $40,664 and room and board is $11,000.
Charles Tufts founded the university in
1852. He donated 20 acres of land that the school now occupies
Benefits and Perks
Tufts offers generous time off with three
to four weeks of vacation and a substantial bank of sick days
from the time you begin employment. Employees also receive thirteen
paid holidays and two personal days per year.
Medical and dental plans are offered alng
with free short-term disability coverage and reasonably priced
life and long-term disability insurance.
Tufts offers a basic retirement plan and
voluntary contribution plan for employees.
Tutition reimbursement and discounts are