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      School of Arts and Sciences

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      Tufts University's largest school, the School of Arts and Sciences, is committed to intellectual and artistic engagement through a liberal arts tradition that prepares all of our students for a lifetime of learning.

      Along with its robust undergraduate programs, the School of Arts and Sciences also includes the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University (SMFA at Tufts) and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS).

      Through a broad and comprehensive curriculum, students choose from among more than 70 undergraduate degree programs and more than 60 graduate programs. Our liberal arts core is founded on dynamic learning, research, and creative partnerships between faculty and students who think deeply and shape ideas together. An emphasis on active learning leads Tufts students to become thoughtful and expert practitioners in their professions and leaders in their local and global communities.

      History
      1854: The School of Arts and Sciences was founded as Tufts College with seven students and four professors
      1909: The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences was established
      2016: The School of the Museum of Fine Arts was formally acquired by Tufts University and became part of the School of Arts and Sciences

      Location
      The School of Arts and Sciences and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences are located on the Medford/Somerville campus, just five miles outside of Boston, a vibrant city known for its historic sites and cultural resources. The Boston SMFA campus is located in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston. Students travel between the two campuses by Tufts Shuttles, public transportation, or taxi.

      Dean
      James M. Glaser is Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences

      Faculty - Fall 2018

      • Full time: 447
      • Part time: 230

      University-wide Federal Sponsored Research: FY2018: $139.3M

      Athletics

      • 30 teams in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC)
      • 25 club sports and 10 intramural sports
      • 2018-2019 Tufts varsity athletics program finished seventh in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Division III standings, the eighth consecutive top 10 finish
      • 2018 Men’s Soccer won their third NCAA Championship in the past five seasons
      • 2018 Field Hockey finished as NCAA Championship runner-up
      • 2019 Women’s Lacrosse made the program’s first-ever NCAA “Final Four” appearance
      • 2019 Men’s Lacrosse won the NESCAC Championship for the ninth time in the last 10 years

      Activities
      300+ Student Organizations and Honorary Societies

      Areas of Study
      Most Popular Majors: Biology, Community Health, Computer Science, Economics, English, International Relations, Political Science, Psychology
      Study Abroad: Tufts has study abroad programs in ten countries, as well as a campus in Talloires, France

      Degrees Conferred - 2018
      School of Arts and Sciences: 1,182 bachelor's degrees
      Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: 294 master's-level degrees, 13 education specialist degrees, 55 doctoral degrees, 66 professional certificates

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      Undergraduate Enrollment

      • Students: 4,680
      • Male: 45.6%; Female: 54.4%

      Diversity

      • Students of color: 30.0%
      • States Represented: 49
      • Foreign citizens: 10.1%

      Undergraduate Admissions

      • Applications: 17,438
      • Acceptance Rate: 14%
      • Mean SAT Math: 735
      • Mean SAT Critical Reading: 709
      • Mean ACT: 32

      Financial Aid
      Tufts undergraduate students received more than $118,124,270 in university aid and other scholarships.

      
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