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      Updated May 5, 2020

      Undergraduate Arts and Sciences students should visit the Student Resources section of the University FAQ for more information. 

      Graduate School of Arts and Sciences students should visit the Student Resources section of University FAQ as well as see below for GSAS-specific information. 

      Staff and faculty should also continue to visit for the latest news and FAQs from the University. As the circumstances around the COVID-19 have been changing daily, please continually refer to that for updates to the university's guidance. 

      The following information addresses common questions within the School of Arts and Sciences (including the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences).

      The safety of the Tufts community is of the utmost importance to University administration and the A&S Dean’s Office. As the COVID-19 situation has escalated, the guidance for in-person meetings has become stricter and more limited:

      • Our expectation is that every meeting should be conducted virtually. 
      • Faculty and staff should not meet in person with students, staff, or other faculty for instruction, advising, and/or research. 
      • Department meetings, lab meetings, and dissertation and thesis defenses should be converted to virtual meetings. 

      In this extraordinary time we must do all we can to help protect those around us, not just at Tufts but across our larger community. Each additional contact multiplies the probability of the spread of the virus among a larger group of people. Flattening the curve is the single most important contribution we can make at the moment. 

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