Yale University and all of us at the OISS are committed to supporting you during this global health crisis. We are truly in uncharted territory, but we will navigate through this together.
As you well know, the guidance on COVID-19 and how to best diminish its impact is dynamic and fast-moving. Since we are in an environment of fast paced and evolving information, please make sure to regularly check the Yale COVID-19 Information page and refer back to our FAQs below.
Now more than ever, we need to watch out for each other and treat each other with respect. That is why, it is vital that we all act proactively and follow all health guidelines and observe social distancing to safeguard our own health and the well-being of those with whom we come in contact.
Best wishes to you and your families.
Per University guidance OISS is temporarily suspending in-person advising until April 16th. All OISS programs and events have been postponed. Read more.
March 19th Yale School of Public Health Town Hall Video
Yale leaders talk about COVID-19: Interview Series
- March 19th Graduate School Dean Lynn Cooley
- March 18th Yale College Dean Marvin Chun
- March 17th Provost Scott Strobel
- March 16th President Peter Salovey