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Graduate Admissions
The Graduate Student Services office serves the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS). From the office's website, visitors can find information about applying to graduate programs, expenses and financial aid, application requirements and deadlines, and much more.

TuftsPlus Program
The TuftsPlus program offers tuition scholarships (maximum 50%) to Tufts undergraduates who are admitted to a participating master's program. It also offers a streamlined application process in which the GRE requirement is waived and only two letters of recommendation are required.

Graduate Student Handbook
Published annually, the Graduate Student Handbook contains important dates, policies and procedures, requirements, and graduation information concerning current Arts, Sciences, and Engineering graduate students.

Take A Class
You don't need to be a graduate student to take Tufts graduate courses. The Graduate Career Advancement Program (GCAP) was created for people who want access to superior graduate-level courses but don't need or want a graduate degree. GCAP students take the same classes as our graduate students and may enroll, for either credit or audit, in up to four undergraduate or graduate courses per semester.


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