All summer students have access to the Tisch Library, which includes a collection of more than 850,000 volumes, 535,000 government publications, 102,000 maps, 990,000 microforms, 37,000 audiovisual items (including videocassettes, laser discs and recordings, and DVDs), and a growing collection of more than 300 electronic databases and 15,000 e-journals accessible to the Tufts summer community via the Internet.
A Tufts ID Card is required to check out materials from a Tufts library. Library materials must be returned at the end of the summer term. Replacement costs will be assessed to students who do not return borrowed items.
The Tisch Library is air-conditioned, has large study areas with views of Boston, many study carrels with electrical connections for portable computers, media classrooms, viewing carrels, and photocopy facilities.
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The Academic Resource Center provides free tutoring, study skills and time management consulting, writing support, services for students with disabilities, and a variety of other resources to both graduate and undergraduate students. In addition to one-on-one tutoring appointments, Summer Session Head Tutors provide intensive support for students in Math, Chemistry 1 and 2, and Organic Chemistry in the form of drop-in hours, review sessions, and individual tutoring sessions.
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The Tufts University Office of Student Accessibility Services exists to provide accessible curricular and co-curricular environments for students with disabilities. When barriers exist in the academic environment or program, SAS endeavors to create equal access through the provision and creation of reasonable individualized accommodations for all qualified students. Through collaborative campus partnerships, SAS advocates for an inclusive and diverse Tufts community.
Accessibility services are available to visiting students in summer courses and programs. Students requesting SAS services must register with this office and request accommodations in advance of the start of the term or the class. Very important information about requesting services and learning accommodations can be viewed at the Student Accessibility Services website below.SAS Website
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.