Campus Resources

Contents

Academics & Advising

Career & Employment

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Funding & Financial Aid

Libraries & Bookstores

Study or Work Abroad

Additional Resources


Academics & Advising


Career & Employment

Yale College, the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, and many of Yale’s professional schools boast a fantastic array of resources and services in helping you with your career search. Career conversations, professional school advising, employment and internship opportunities, and career development resources are some of what you will find through these offices. Clarify career aspirations, identify employment and educational opportunities, and offer advising and support at every stage of career development.

While these offices can provide publicly available resources, please be sure to use the office appropriate to your student status, as services may be limited.


Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

  • Office for Graduate Student Development and Diversity 

  • Office of LGBTQ Resources
    Yale University is a welcoming community that holistically supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) people. The Office of LGBTQ Resources at Yale provides campus-wide support, and the OISS is available to provide guidance and answer questions on visas and other matters of concern.

  • Cultural Centers
    The Yale College cultural centers act as social hubs and community bases for students from various cultures or ethnicities, supplementing the social environment of the larger Yale College community.

  • The Community Initiative (First-generation Low-income at Yale)
    The Community Initiative is an administrative effort to support and empower first-generation low-income students at Yale. Coordinated by the Woodbridge Fellow under the Yale College Dean’s Office and the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning, this initiative is a response to recent efforts to increase socioeconomic diversity in the undergraduate student population. The Community Initiative continues on the work of student-led efforts to support students financially, academically, and socially, and it aspires to empower student leaders to enact cultural change on campus.

  • Student Accessibility Services
    The primary mission of the Office of Student Accessibility Services (formerly known as the Resource Office on Disabilities) is to facilitate individual accommodations for all students with disabilities throughout the entire University, and by so doing, work to remove physical and attitudinal barriers, which may prevent their full participation in the University community.

  • Office of Institutional Equity and Access

  • Campus Access Map: To view accessibility of buildings on campus, go to the Campus Map, choose a building location, and view the Accessibility option in the upper-right pop-up window.


Funding & Financial Aid


Libraries & Bookstores


Study or Work Abroad


Additional Resources

  • Office of International Students & Scholars (OISS) or The International Center
    The International Center is home to the Office of International Students & Scholars at Yale (OISS) and a hub for campus life. We hope you will visit us often to take advantage of our many programs and resources available to you.

  • Office of Postdoctoral Affairs
    If you are a Postdoc at Yale, the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs will work with you closely from onboarding to departure. They serve the needs of Postdoctoral Associates and Postdoctoral Fellows throughout the sciences, social sciences, humanities, and professional schools; and they work in concert with Yale's many departments and schools to appoint, support, and train the postdoctoral community.

  • Center for Engineering, Innovation, and Design
    CEID seeks to infuse design experiences into student learning through an array of classes and activities. In addition to hosting engineering design courses, the center holds workshops, lectures, networking events, and exhibitions. Student teams and clubs can also use CEID for meetings and project work.

  • The MacMillan Center
    The MacMillan Center has numerous interdisciplinary faculty councils, centers, committees, and programs. These provide opportunities for scholarly research and intellectual innovation and encourage faculty and student interchange for undergraduates as well as graduate and professional students. The extracurricular programs include more than 700 lectures, conferences, workshops, roundtables, symposia, film, and art events each year. Virtually all of these are open to the community at large.