Tuition and Fees

2017 Program Dates

First Session: May 24-June 30

Second Session: July 5-August 11

12-Week Session: May 24-August 11

With SHORT COURSES and WORKSHOPS running throughout the Summer!

Health & Wellness Services

Medford / Somerville Campus

Tufts students and all visiting students can choose to receive service from the Medford/Somerville campus Health Service. The Medford/Somerville campus Health Service provides most services that are available during the fall and spring. Both Tufts and visiting students are eligible for services. Consultant services such as dermatology, orthopedics, or gynecology, however, are not offered.

Tufts Counseling and Mental Health Services strives to help students address their concerns and build on their strengths, in order to make the most of their college experience. Although we do provide services for students in mental-health crises, our primary goal is prevention. Thus, we make every effort to assist students before their concerns may develop into more serious problems. Our three fold approach emphasizes prevention, consultation, and intervention.

The Medford/Somerville Health Service operates with a reduced staff consisting of a nurse practitioner/ physician's assistant and a physician on duty. As there is no blanket health fee during the summer months, a fee-for-service policy applies. The Medford/ Somerville campus Health Service is located at 124 Professors Row, 617.627.3350.

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Medford / Somerville Health & Wellness  


Boston – Health Sciences Campus

The Student Advisory & Health Administration Office (SAHA) is a division of Student Affairs for the Boston and Grafton Health Sciences Campuses. The schools for which services are provided include: the School of Dental Medicine, the School of Medicine, the Public Health & Professional Degree Programs, the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, and the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine.

An annual mandatory health administration fee is automatically billed to all students for services provided by SAHA.

Services provided by this office include:

  • Advice to students regarding general well-being including helping students transition and manage the increased academic demands and stresses. Triage and refer students regarding professional counseling, psychiatric care, long-term therapy, or hospitalization to Boston Health Sciences Students.

  • Collection and screening of all immunization documentation required by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Tufts University and those recommended for healthcare workers by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for Boston and Grafton Health Sciences Students.

  • Oversight of the student health insurance required by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Tufts University Schools for Boston and Grafton Health Sciences Students.

  • Oversight of the disability insurance for Dental, Medical and PA Students
There are no medical services provided by this office, though, as suggested above, we provide access to resources for medical services of all kinds.

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Boston – Health Sciences Campus Health & Wellness  

Boston - Fenway Campus

SMFA provides health services for its students through the Harvard Vanguard-Atrius Health, and mental health services are available through SMFA's Counseling Services. SMFA is committed to supporting the needs of students with disabilities, and makes every effort to provide reasonable accommodations where necessary.

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Boston - Fenway Campus Health & Wellness