There are hundreds of Yale clubs and organizations representing the wide-ranging interests and affiliations of the community. For a more or less complete list, see the Yale College list of registered organizations or the Graduate School's student organization Web page. If you don’t see what you are looking for, keep in mind that typically campus clubs change often as club leaders finish their work or graduate and leave Yale. Consider heading efforts to revive or begin a group, and you will find that there are a number of support funds available. Also, do not assume that you are not welcome in a group. For example, the Outdoors Club, while organized and run by undergraduates, welcomes the participation of anyone in the Yale community, including graduate students, staff and postdocs/visiting scholars.
If you have questions about organizations at Yale, or if you are interested in starting a new group, or reviving a defunct club on campus, email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Download and print a PDF brochure listing student organizations at Yale with a focus on international or cross-cultural subject matter.
OISS Funding Support for International & Intercultural Groups and Organizations at Yale
The University recognizes the important role international and cross-cultural student groups play in supporting President Levin's goal of making Yale "a truly global university - educating leaders and advancing the frontiers of knowledge." The programs and activities of these groups make vital contributions to the promotion of international awareness and cross-cultural understanding in the Yale and New haven community.
If your student group or organization has any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
International Programming Fund (IPF) Materials (PDF format):
In addition, student groups can request meeting or programming space at the International Center (free of charge).
Yale College undergraduate international students meet regularly to socialize & plan events.
YIRA - Yale International Relations Association
Undergaduate organization founded in 1969 to further the Yale community’s understanding of international relations.