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F.I.T. CLASS OF 2018 – *Updated info*
Pre-Orientation for "Fitness and Individual Development at Tufts"
- Overview
- F.I.T. Brochure
(Registration & programming information)
- F.I.T. Questionnaire
(Submit with a photo, by July 7, 2014)
- F.I.T. Community Service Project
(School Supplies for local school)

If you have been accepted into the F.I.T Pre-Orientation program, you must submit the following, in order to complete your registration:

Deadline (2014) Items to Submit
July 1 Health Records due
Required by Tufts University Health Service
Contact Health Services directly with questions (617) 627-3350
July 7 1) Fee Payment Deadline (Must be made online by July 7th)
2) F.I.T. Questionanaire (Must be completed via email or mail delivery)
3) Photograph (Head shot; to be submitted with Questionnaire)
 

Within the liberal arts framework at Tufts University, the Physical Education program offers students instruction in individual, dual and group activities that promote lifelong fitness and enjoyment. Activity courses in aquatics, racquet sports, aerobics, yoga, weight training, skiing, sea kayaking are some examples of the diverse offerings of the department. Lecture courses are also popular amongst students and include: Bodyworks, Emergency Care, Advanced Principles of Exercise, Personal Fitness and Wellness, Care & Prevention of Injuries

Approximately fifty five courses are scheduled each academic year, and most courses are offered fall and spring semesters. Every effort is made to maintain limited enrollment in all courses, to provide each student with maximum personal attention from the instructors.

One-half credit is granted for courses that are skilled oriented and a total of two such credits may be applied toward the total for the degree. Introductory level courses are offered on a pass-fail basis. Theory classes of one course credit are applicable toward the degree. No advanced placement or retroactive credit will be given for any physical education courses.


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