|LIVING AT YALE
Office on Disabilities
Cultural, Religious & Athletic Resources
Living at Yale - Housing
Students in the Institute of Sacred Music are eligible to use housing and dining hall facilities at the Divinity School. Information and application blanks for both single and married student housing at the Divinity School are sent after admission to the Institute has been confirmed.
The Graduate Housing Department has dormitory and apartment units for a small number of graduate and professional students. The Graduate Dormitory Office provides dormitory rooms of varying sizes and prices for single occupancy only. The Graduate Apartments Office provides unfurnished apartments consisting of efficiencies and one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments for singles and families. Both offices are located in Helen Hadley Hall, a graduate dormitory at 420 Temple Street, and have office hours from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Applications for housing are available as of April 1 online and can be submitted directly from the Web site (www.yale.edu/graduatehousing). For new students at the University, a copy of the letter of acceptance from Yale will need to be submitted to the address on the application form. The Web site is the venue for graduate housing information and includes procedures, facility descriptions, floor plans, and rates. For more dormitory information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 203.432.2167, fax 203.432. 4578. For more apartment information, contact email@example.com, tel. 203.432.8270, fax 203.432.0177.
The University’s Off-Campus Housing service, limited to current or incoming members of the Yale community, is located at 155 Whitney Avenue, 3d floor, and is open from 8.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The listings may also be accessed from any computer at Yale at www.yale.edu/offcampushousing.
(Updated June 2007)