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Tufts University accepts the Common Application, the Coalition Application powered by Scoir, and the QuestBridge Application. To learn more about our application options, click here . In addition to the personal statement, Tufts applicants are required to complete two Tufts short-answer questions.
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Applicants can use their applicant status portal to check on the completeness of their admissions file. Early Decision I Early Decision II Regular Decision
A complete application includes the following items, which are required:
1. Completed Common Application, Coalition Application, or QuestBridge Application, including: 1.1. Letters of Recommendation:Tufts requires one letter from a teacher in a junior or senior year major academic course (math, natural science, social science, English, or a world language) and one letter from a school counselor for all applicants to the School of Arts and Sciences or the School of Engineering. BFA applicants must submit two letters of recommendation: one from a school counselor an...
These additions to the application are optional, meaning they are not required:
1. Standardized Testing: Beginning with students applying for Fall 2021 admission, applicants have a choice about whether or not to submit SAT or ACT scores to be considered for undergraduate admission to Tufts University. If applicants would like us to consider their exam results as one component of their candidacy, we will do so in a nuanced and contextual way. If students choose not to submit exam results, we will evaluate their candidacy in a nuanced and contextual way without scores. Our...
All application materials are submitted online via the Common Application website, Coalition Application website, or through the QuestBridge National College Match application, including high school transcripts and letters of recommendation. If there are materials that cannot be sent electronically, those materials may be mailed to: Office of Under...
Apply Through our application process, we seek to understand your lived experiences, your schooling, your aspirations, and your interest in Tufts. We thank you for considering Tufts and look forward to reviewing your application. Upcoming Deadlines Nov 1 Early Decision 1 Jan 4 Early Decision 2 and Regular Decision Mar 18 Transfer
We meet 100% of demonstrated need for all admitted undergraduates and work closely with graduate students to help them find and understand available funding options. Learn more. Start your application and begin the journey toward an inspiring future at Tufts.
Tufts has made the decision to suppress/(hide) the SAT and ACT test scores on the Common Application for ALL students applying. This means that when you submit your standardized test scores, you will not see them in the application or on the PDF of your Common Application.
First Steps: Overview of the Application Process Do some self-reflection. What values are most important to you? What factors do you think will have the biggest impact on your overall success? What are you thinking about studying? Do you have multiple interests? What kind of communities do you want to be a part of?