TUPIT courses are offered at MCI-Concord, Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center, Northeastern Correctional Center, and on the Tufts University Medford Campus.

TUPIT offers Tufts University courses taught by faculty members in prison. Through our partnership with Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC), people admitted to our college in prison program have the opportunity to earn an associate degree through BHCC in the liberal arts after 2.5 years of successful coursework. Following the completion of the associate degree, students have the opportunity to work toward their bachelor’s degree, granted by Tufts University.

Tufts Education and Reentry Network (MyTERN) offers an accredited 14-credit certification program through Tufts University for people directly impacted by the carceral system. Students take 6 courses toward a certificate in Civic Studies while receiving wraparound reentry services. 

The Tufts University Inside-Out classes foster learning partnerships between incarcerated people and Tufts University students and faculty members through combined courses inside correctional facilities.

Our Restorative Justice Fellowship program is composed of distinguished alumni of the MyTERN program who have become mentors to the current MyTERN students, while also pursuing their own career and educational goals. Reach out to if you would like to get in touch with one of the fellows.