Thank you for your interest in Yale University. To serve you better, we have divided up the answers to some of the most common questions into several categories:

Yale College Applications

There is a wealth of information available at the Admissions Office Web site.

They can be reached by e-mail at

Graduate and Professional Study at Yale

We strongly recommend that you look at a School's web site before sending e-mail The answer to your question may be found there. Clicking on the name of a School will take you to their admissions web page.

School Admissions Office
School of Art Request application form and bulletin
School of Architecture
Divinity School Request application form and bulletin
Drama School Applications may not be requested via e-mail
Graduate Studies in Engineering
Epidemiology and Public Health
Forestry and Environmental Studies
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Law School
School of Management
School of Medicine

Online application

School of Music
Institute of Sacred Music Download application form
Yale Summer Programs

Yale offers a variety of courses during the summer months.

Application information

Yale Summer Programs can be reached by e-mail at:

How to find someone's e-mail address at Yale

Yale e-mail addresses are of the form (e.g. Using this format, you should be able to reach anyone with e-mail on campus.

Alternatively, you can search Yale's PHonebook for a person's contact information.

Yale Directory Assistance

In addition to Yale's online PHonebook, phone numbers for Yale faculty, staff and students can be obtained by calling Yale Directory Assistance at (203) 432-4771.

Yale Registrar's Office, Faculty of Arts & Sciences

P.O. Box 208321
New Haven, CT 06520-8321

Telephone: (203) 432-2331

Visiting Yale and Travel directions

Tours of Yale are available year round from the Visitor Information Center at 149 Elm Street, on the New Haven Green. Tours take about an hour and leave at 10.30am and 2.00pm weekdays, 1.30pm only on weekends. Call (203) 432-2300 for further information.

The Undergraduate Admissions office runs separate tours for prospective students and their families. They leave from 38 Hillhouse Avenue at 10.30am, Monday through Friday, from February through April, July through August, and from mid-September through mid-November. Please contact the Admissions Office at 203-432-9300 to confirm this schedule before arriving, or go to for further information.

Travel directions to Yale are available at

General Information about Yale

A factsheet on Yale has been provided by the Office of Institutional Research

Yale Paraphernalia

If you are interested in obtaining Yale mugs, sweatshirts, key rings etc. you may want to visit the Yale Bookstore web site.
This organization is independent of the University. Their mention here is not an endorsement.

Where can I find information about e-mail problems and information security?

If you have a technical problem involving electronic mail to or from Yale University please contact:

If you have a problem involving E-mail abuse (harassment, SPAM, etc.) potentially involving Yale University please contact:

If you have information regarding an information security incident involving Yale University please contact the Information Security Office at: or visit their Web site at

Where can I find information dealing with copyright violations?

If you wish to report a suspected copyright violation on any Web page or other server in the domain, or if you need information on federal copyright law in regard to your own Web site at Yale, please contact Daniel Updegrove, University Director, Information Technology Services, Yale's agent designated under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (P.L. 105-304). Email preferred to or phone (203) 432-3262; fax (203) 432-3330; 175 Whitney Av, New Haven, CT 06520-6228.

Where can I find information about creating WWW pages?

Resources and guides about creating WWW pages are available.

Other comments or questions?

If you have other questions that are not answered on this page please contact the Webmaster Team.

Please note: we cannot provide assistance with term papers, research projects etc.

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