Our campuses represent a microcosm of a multicultural and interconnected world. We are continually expanding our efforts to create a community that reflects global diversity, and that supports all students, faculty, and staff and works to address issues of equity and discrimination.
Office of Equal Opportunity
Tufts Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) ensures that the University maintains compliance with all federal, state, and local laws pertaining to anti-discrimination, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and Title IX, through complaint resolution, programming and outreach. The OEO cooperates with members of the Tufts community to resolve complaints of discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct, and set forth University policies and guidelines that pertain to these areas of conflict.
Students, faculty, and staff members can report incidences of any misconduct to OEO. Students can also submit requests for reasonable accommodation to OEO for all academic and medical, mobility and physical access accommodations.
View the Non-Discrimination Statement.
Student Accessibility Services
Tufts University provides reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities such as impaired hearing, speech, mobility, or vision, and students with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder. Assistance is also provided to students coping with serious illness. Student Accessibility Services handles the process of arriving at and implementing accommodations for students.
Student organizations at Tufts serve both an educational and social function. With over 300 organizations to choose from, students are able to come together on political and cultural issues, as well as individual interests.
Tufts University Chaplaincy
The Tufts University Chaplaincy is a dynamic hub supporting religious, spiritual, ethical, and cultural life for all members of the Tufts community on all of Tufts campuses. The University Chaplaincy provides pastoral care, supports religious and philosophical communities, educates about spiritual and ethical issues in society and the world, and promotes multifaith engagement within Tufts' tradition of progressive thought in education.
Academic Centers and Labs
Group of Six
The Group of Six works collectively and independently to develop knowledge of and appreciation for diversity at Tufts. All students are welcome at each Group of Seven Center. The Centers sponsor many activities, including field trips, lectures, barbeques, and other events throughout the year. For more information, please visit their websites:
- Africana Center
- Asian American Center
- FIRST Resource Center
- Latino Center
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Center
- Women's Center
The Center for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Diversity
The Center for STEM Diversity is an umbrella organization for programs and organizations within Tufts that are working to diversify the STEM fields.
Center for the Study of Race and Democracy (CSRD)
The mission of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy is to promote engaged research, scholarship and discussion, with a focus on the ways in which issues of race and democracy impact the lives of global citizens.
Diversity and Intergroup Relations Lab
The Diversity and Intergroup Relations Lab conducts experimental research regarding social perception, judgment, behavior, and memory in diverse settings.
Social Identity and Stigma Lab
The Social Identity and Stigma Lab aims to understand the impact of stereotypes on stigmatized group members under conditions of complexity.
Funding and Fellowship Opportunities
A list of external funding opportunities is available through the Career Center's Diverse Opportunities Newsletter.