The mental health and well-being of Tufts students, faculty, and staff continues to be a top university-wide priority.
Medford/Somerville and SMFA Students
Medford/Somerville and Boston SMFA
Counseling and Mental Health Services
(617) 627-3360 (Available 24/7)
Visit the Office of Equal Opportunity to request accommodations.Tufts University is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for students, staff, faculty and community members with regard to qualified disabilities (including service animals), sincerely held religious beliefs, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, lactation, medical and religious immunization exemptions.
Tufts partners with Kognito, a free interactive digital role-play simulation that prepares students, faculty, and staff to have real-life conversations around mental health and suicide prevention. Kognito is self-paced and takes about 30-40 minutes to complete.
Throughout this week in October special events and messages across the university spotlight resources available to students, faculty, and staff and affirm our commitment to care for our community's well-being.
Ideas for course design and instruction that support student mental health, improve learning, and strengthen our campus community, curated and compiled by the Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT).