TUSC is organized into six different committees: Daytime Programs, Late Night & Weekend Programs, Film Series, Traditions, Concert, and Executive. TUSC coordinators serve as members on one of these committees. Volunteering with Team TUSC is another great way to get involved, click here for more information about Team TUSC.
The TUSC Executive team (Exec) is responsible for supporting all members of TUSC through providing a strategic vision, mission, and overall event support. The team is made up of two co-chairs who work closely with our advisors to ensure all TUSC events are the very best they can be, and that individual members receive the support they need.
Late Night & Weekends
There are two coordinators for both Daytime and Late Night & Weekend Programs. Daytime Programs coordinators organize events throughout the week to help students de-stress, and Late Night & Weekend Programs coordinators organize fun events on and off campus on the weekends.
Film Series and Concert
Film Series coordinators lead the Film Series board in organizing both our weekly on campus film screenings and off campus film screenings that we hold a few times a semester. Concert coordinators organize the two big concerts each year: the Homecoming Concert and Spring Fling. They also look after planning our smaller Coffeehouse series, which features local up and coming artists.
The Senior Events coordinators organize Senior Week, our annual end of year celebration for graduating seniors.
Traditions is the largest committee on TUSC, with at least one coordinator from each class group. They are responsible for planning some of the annual Tufts traditions such as Tuftonia's Day, Winter Ball, and Fall Gala. Traditions is also in charge of smaller annual class-specific events, such as the Sophomore Halfway There, and the Junior Send Off.