Campus & Community


In addition to a supportive, collaborative academic environment, Sackler students have another advantage: Boston. Sackler's campus is squarely located in the center of this culture-rich city, whose attractions draw tourists from all over the world. Based in the heart of downtown Boston's Chinatown/Theater district, we're only a few-minute walk from the beautiful Boston Common, shopping and nightlife, and the start of the historical Freedom Trail. Our campus is also home to three other Tufts graduate schools, as well as Tufts Medical Center and the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging, adding to the diversity of our community.

From academic resources, to fitness facilities, to local restaurants and historic sites, our campus and community offer a vibrant setting in which to study and socialize. Please explore the categories below to learn more about what we offer.

All About Boston

Many visitors want a glimpse of both the historical and happening tourist spots around Boston.  Learn more about what there is to see and do at the City of Boston website.

Research Facilities

The Health Sciences Campus is home to a number of research institutes that create a rich research environment.

On Campus Facilities

Learn more about the library, campus dining, and fitness facilities located on campus.

Housing Resources

Search for an apartment in one of the diverse residential communities in and surrounding Boston-each area offers unique living benefits.

Directions and Campus Map

See where we're located, and how to get here.

Explore Boston

Public Garden

Boston is a great walking city.  Beacon Hill, Back Bay and Newbury Street are just a few exciting destinations.

Recreational Sports


Bostonians love to participate in all kinds of sports and there are many recreational sports leagues.
Learn more at SocialBostonSports  weblink

Research Spotlight

Read up on the research of our featured PhD student and faculty member in our Research Spotlight.