Cummings School wants to ensure you become the best person you can be! Whether you are looking to take health and wellness classes, meditate, get biometric screenings or seek one-on-one confidential counseling, we have the program for you.
Students learn coping skills through seminars on topics such as mindfulness training, embracing stress, and time management.
Vet students participating in this professional fraternity build lifelong friendships and engage with faculty through a variety of social and community outreach activities.
Our licensed social worker is available to help navigate difficult decisions regarding your pet’s health or when dealing with the loss of a companion animal.
We encourage all faculty, staff and students to make use of Cummings’ athletic facilities to enjoy the benefits of exercise and fitness with access available 24/7.
If you dance, sing, make art, write, do improv, or have some other talent, join fellow students, staff and faculty as we engage in activities to share our home-grown talents.
Student-led workshops offer veterinary students, faculty and staff a supportive community that helps them thrive in veterinary school and throughout their careers.
Veterinary students dealing with many similar issues and challenges openly share their experiences in small groups, helping to foster an environment of caring, support and trust.
Students, staff and faculty work together to affect change, educate the campus community about sustainable behaviors and implement projects aimed to protect the environment.
This selective course offered to 1st and 2nd-year veterinary students provides a foundation to help them cope with the mental health and well-being pressures of the veterinary profession.
A variety of health and wellness programs are offered as a part of our employee benefits to meet the health and well-being needs of our faculty and staff.
Faculty, staff and students are trained to proactively identify individuals in distress and ensure that they receive the support needed.
Just a phone call away — veterinary students are available to help pet owners work through the heartache of losing a beloved animal companion.
Cummings School is dedicated to providing students, faculty and staff with resources that help balance family life with professional and academic commitments. Visit the Parental and Family Planning Resources page for more information.
Balancing life and school can get pretty stressful at times. Whether your daily challenges are routine or more urgent, your free Student Assistance Program is a valuable resource you can turn to. Talk One2One will guide you to solutions that make things less stressful and more manageable for you. Is there a better way to Read More
First-year students participate in Tufts Veterinary Orientation Program (TVOP), held on the first day of the school year. This program provides valuable information and helps acclimate our newest community members to life at Cummings School. As an active participant in TVOP, you’ll have an opportunity to network with and get to know faculty, staff, and Read More
Students lead efforts that foster acceptance and inclusivity for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities within the veterinary profession and across a diversifying clientele.
The distinctive wellness button seen around campus helps individuals easily find someone who is trained to lend an ear and provide support during difficult times or crisis situations
Tufts University faculty and staff and their spouses or qualified domestic partners may obtain free medical care in Medford for common illnesses and health assessments and coaching services in Grafton.
Tufts offers comprehensive benefits and many resources for faculty and staff to help manage the demands of home and work.