Rising college Freshmen, Undergraduates, Graduates, Professionals, Adult Learners
Each summer, Tufts welcomes visiting Undergraduate, Graduate, Professional, and Adult Students from across the country and around the world. Summer enrollment at Tufts is a great way to earn University credits to make good use of your Summer or get a head start on your next career.
Tufts Summer Session offers 170+ courses, from Comp Sci to Poli Sci, from Artificial Intelligence to Public Speaking, and Organic Chemistry to Nutrition. Our offerings currently include courses from the following Schools:
Most summer courses are offered in the evening or online allowing you to earn credit while holding an internship and enjoying your summer. We also offer several Summer Study Abroad options so you can explore your world and vacation, too.
If you are in need of a course syllabus for credit transfer purposes syllabi will be posted as a PDF along with each course listing on enroll.tufts.edu; if you do not see the syllabus for your course posted, please feel free to email email@example.com and we will provide you with the name and email of the professor teaching your course. If you already know the name and email of your professor, you may reach out to them directly and request a syllabus for your summer course.
Please note: syllabus information may not be available immediately upon requesting it. We ask for your patience as faculty prepare for the summer.
You will receive emails from Tufts throughout the process and you may always contact us at any time with questions.
Note for returning Summer students: thank you for coming back! We are excited to have you. Although your Tufts Username from your previous enrollment still exists, you will need to reactivate it by going through the enrollment process described above.
We welcome students from around the world to our Medford/Somerville, Boston, and Grafton campuses each Summer. For more information about how to attend Summer courses at Tufts, please visit our International Student page.
A recent Bundesgymnasium graduate, Matthias decided to leave his home in Austria for six weeks and spend part of his summer studying international relations and economics at Tufts. He thought the summer before completing his zivildienst (year of public service) was the perfect time to try something new. Matthias saw the advantages of international study at a great American university before entering his "gap" year, and he knew that Tufts University had the summer courses he needed and could transfer to his home university, when the time comes.