Is Tufts University an Ivy League school?
Tufts University was founded in 1852. Tufts University has 8,500 students studying on 3 campuses (Boston, Medford/Somerville, and Grafton) in Massachusetts.
It also offers academic programs for undergraduates, high school students, alumni, and adults. Graduate schools and specialized schools within the university include: School of Veterinary Medicine, Fletcher School, School of Food Science and policies, School of Dentistry, School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. In these schools, various teaching programs are conducted, mainly social science, science and engineering programs.
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