Students enjoy a meal together while on our annual winter retreat.
Students and alumni who have taken an active part in the Protestant Students Association (PSA) share their experiences below.
“The Protestant Students Association is a community of people from different parts of campus who gather to worship God and support each other with radical love through the hot mess of being in college.” – Alice Dempsey, A21
“Entering my first year at Tufts, I was a bit worried that it would be difficult to find, and quickly be accepted, into a faith group at Tufts. Thanks to the PSA Executive Board’s enthusiasm and well-organized events, I found it easy to meet and befriend members of PSA.” – Teddy Robbins, E22
“I was drawn…by the warmth and kindness of the members of PSA. A community that accepted those of all denominations, backgrounds, and experiences was incredibly important to me and a large part of my Lutheran-Hindu upbringing. I felt comfortable not only to continue growing in my faith, but also in discussing my faith journey with others and hearing their stories.” – Mira Guha, A19
“Being a part of the Protestant Students Association has been such an unexpectedly wonderful and impactful college experience that I’ll cherish forever. What truly unites all of us are our common core values: unwavering compassion, hard work and the desire to serve others.” – Sara Mitchell, A21