- Access to databases
- Borrow materials from Tisch, Lilly, and the SMFA
- Using Interlibrary Loan as an alum
- Accessing your thesis or dissertation
- Additional resources
As a Tufts alum, you’ll be able to continue using many library resources.
Access to databases
Register with the Tufts Alumni Online Community to access a selection of databases.
The databases you can access include:
- ABI/INFORM Research
- ACLS Humanities Ebooks (American Council of Learned Societies)
- Annual Reviews
- Chicago Manual of Style
- Confidential Print: Africa, 1834-1966
- Confidential Print: Middle East, 1839-1969
- CQ Press
- Dissertations and Theses @Tufts
- e-Duke Scholarly Collection
- Empire Online
- Foreign Office Files for the Middle East, 1971-1981
- The Grand Tour
- Henry Stewart Talks: Business & Management Collection
- Naxos Music Library
- Ovid MEDLINE
- Project Muse
- Sage Journals Online
- SAGE Knowledge
- Women Writer's Project
- World Shakespeare Bibliography
Borrow materials from Tisch, Lilly, and the SMFA
You can register for an alumni library card by emailing our staff in Access Services, or visit the Main Desk of your library. You will be able to borrow books for 28 days, CDs and DVDs for 14 days. Use JumboSearch to browse our collection.
Using Interlibrary Loan as an alum
Alumni can’t borrow material through Interlibrary Loan. You may want to use Interlibrary Loan services at your local library.
Accessing your thesis or dissertation
You can access Tufts Masters and PhD candidates’ theses and dissertations through Tufts Digital Library.
Request a consultation with a librarian.