Community Programs

The Government and Community Relations team oversees the programs listed below. We have also compiled a list of many of the Tufts programs that are open to the public.

Kevin Wen of Somerville High School received the Tufts University sponsored award for his research "Solid Acid Catalysis: A Greener Alternative for the Pharmaceutical Industry" at the 42nd Annual Region IV Science Fair at Somerville High School on March 10, 2018

Sponsorship Requests

Tufts University sponsors events for nonprofits located in our host communities.  All requests are considered on a rolling basis.  Please submit your request at least one month prior to the event for consideration.

Reception in 51 Winthrop Street

Campus Space Requests

Tufts University hosts events for local nonprofits on campus. Space requests are evaluated on a case by case basis. The host must be a 501c3 nonprofit based in a Tufts host community. The event must be free and open to the public.

Resumed Education for Adult Learning (REAL) table at Tufts Community Day

Community Day

Join neighbors, families, and friends at Tufts Community Day. This annual event features live performances, children’s activities, and a free lunch.

An illustration of a blue elephant with a large red heart is at the center of four photos of the Tufts University campuses.

Tufts Community Appeal

The Tufts Community Appeal is an annual campaign that raises money for financial aid, Tufts Community Grants, and various programs at the university.

An aerial view of the Medford campus, including Tisch Libary, the athletic fields, taken on Wednesday, November 3, 2010.

Off-Campus Living Guide

The office of Government and Community Relations (GCR) has prepared A Guide to Living Off-Campus for our students. This brochure is distributed to students living off-campus every Fall.