Academic Resources available throughout the University ensure every student can take advantage of the Yale experience. Whether you need to apply for a grant or fellowship, navigate student financial services, or learn about study abroad opportunities, there are resources to help guide you towards success.
The Yale Center for Teaching and Learning, established in July 2014, supports students and faculty across the campus and consolidates the various teaching, tutoring, writing and technology-enabled learning programs distributed across the University. Units in the Center for Teaching and Learning include Yale Teaching Center, The Graduate Writing Center, Yale College Writing Center, Yale Center for Language Study, Science and Quantitative Reasoning, Center for Scientific Teaching, Educational Technologies/AITS, and Yale Online.
Freshman counselors are seniors who live near you to be sources of information and assistance throughout the year. Your counselors can offer suggestions about curricular and extracurricular choices, take an interest in your concerns, and give firsthand advice on how best to use the academic and other resources of your residential college and of Yale College.
Resource Office on Disabilities. The primary mission of the Resource Office on Disabilities (ROD) 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.
The Yale University Library system is made up of 15 different libraries, including Sterling Memorial, Bass, and Beinecke libraries as well as those housed in schools and departments. For a comprehensive overview of the libraries and their offerings, visit the Yale University Library System link below. The personal librarian program, the New Haven Public Library, and the Yale Bookstore are other great resources for academic and personal use.
Yale Health is home to health services for Yale College, graduate, and professional school students. The Student Health Department has a long tradition of caring for students, their spouses. While you are at Yale, we encourage you to take advantage of our clinical care, preventive services and urge you to take an active role in your health care. We are committed to the health issues that are important to you.
Travel. Travel Health provides comprehensive pre-travel consultation, education, vaccination, and travel medications. Travel Health is available to faculty, staff, students, and Yale Health members.
Our services include:
- Individual or family consultations
- Group travel education sessions for Yale students
- Travel vaccinations
- Prescriptions for travel medications
- Special educational sessions for those that may be at risk of exposure to blood and blood borne pathogens
Chaplain's Office. The Yale Chaplain’s Office provides pastoral care to individuals and the Yale community in times of crisis; supports the flourishing of Religious and Spiritual Communities; educates students on faith-related topics; and hosts interfaith student groups and events.