Dear Experimental College Instructors:
Approaching our 50th year, the Experimental College continues to be a special part of Tufts for everyone involved. Students tell us they select our classes for the small size, the interactive teaching styles, and the original subject matter. Faculty tell us they appreciate the quality of the students and the classroom atmosphere. As one past instructor said, “The students are a joy to teach. They come to class prepared and are not afraid to talk or be honest.”
The administration of the Ex College hopes that each of you have a similarly rewarding experience. To that end, we have designed this booklet to make your life easier and to answer some of the questions you may have about being part of Tufts and the Ex College.
We cannot stress enough the importance of communication. The semester begins in such a flurry that we need to be aware of what is happening in all our classes. If there is any change in scheduling, or any information your students should have, we need to know. The first place students turn to for information in such instances is our office.
Once again, welcome! Feel free to call, e-mail, or write me with any questions, suggestions, or requests. We are here to help make your time with us as successful as possible.
For the Ex College staff,
Director of the Experimental College
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education