On campus, students enjoy a close and supportive community. Dedicated to the success and well-being of its students, Cummings School provides numerous campus resources and services offered to support students in their daily lives.
Students will find the resources they need at the Webster Family Library, home to the largest veterinary collection in New England.
Our students reside in off-campus housing in the surrounding area. Cummings School Student Affairs Office is happy to offer assistance in finding housing, roommates, or accessing the Cummings School Housing Wiki, which is maintained between May through August each year.
The well-being of our students is the priority of Cummings Support Center and the Student Advisory and Health Administration Office (SAHA), a division of Tufts University Student Affairs which supports both the Boston and Grafton health sciences campuses. Students can find health-related services, information, and resources in the Grafton campus office.
Officers are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to keep our campus safe. Students will find important information on parking, crime prevention, the GoSafe service, lost and found, and more through Central Services/Campus Police.