In supporting the mission of Tufts University, the School of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering, and the Division of Student Affairs, the Office for Campus Life aims to foster a balance for all students between curricular and co-curricular opportunities. In recognizing that an essential part of a student’s growth takes place outside of the classroom, the Office for Campus Life strives to provide all Tufts students with exceptional programs, services, and opportunities to create well-rounded, independent thinkers who become effective leaders in college and beyond.
Our Motto: The Key to Life is Balance
The staff of the Office for Campus Life is committed to advocating for students; serving in a collaborative partnership encouraging self-governance, involvement, responsibility, empowerment and accountability through the following values:
Offer diverse leadership opportunities for all students complementing the educational process beginning in the classroom.
Prepare students to be leaders in society and contribute to their communities in meaningful ways.
Model collaborative leadership by working in partnership with campus departments, students, student organizations, and members of the Tufts community.
Recognizing our student’s first priority is their academic experience.
Provide intentional learning opportunities for growth and development.
Educate student leaders and student groups on effective student organization management; including fiscal responsibility, group dynamics and event execution.
Provide a variety of educational and social programs designed to meet the diverse needs and expectations of the campus community.
Offer continual support services for program management.
Serve as a programming resource center for all student organizations.
Provide consistent quality in customer services through facilities and programs.
Provide an accessible, clean, safe, healthy and secure Campus Center as well as other student organization facilities.
Offer up-to-date, timely and accessible information services and processes.