Admissions expands postcard outreach
By the end of September, roughly 20,000 high school seniors from across the nation will receive a postcard from Yale with information on the University’s financial aid program and instructions on how to waive application fees.
UP CLOSE: What’s next for affirmative action?
Though affirmative action policies have helped significantly increase the diversity of the Yale student body over the past 50 years, the practice of employing racial preference in college admissions is facing increasing opposition. What does this mean for Yale?
Yale ranks third again
The 2015 U.S. News and World Report college rankings were released early on Tuesday morning, marking the beginning of another admissions cycle.
OCS expands undergraduate resources
To enhance its accessibility, the Office of Career Strategy is expanding both its walk-in hours and online resources for undergraduates.
Yale registers record yield
1,950 students were offered acceptance and 1,361 students chose to matriculate to the University as members of the class of 2018, making for the highest yield in Yale’s recorded history.
Yale welcomes diverse freshman class
In addition to representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam, the freshman class includes students from 56 foreign countries — more than ever before.
Kerry challenges graduates to address world’s needs
Amid fanfare and fancy hats, Class Day speaker and Secretary of State John Kerry ’66 challenged members of the Class of 2014 to use their educations to combat problems faced by America and the world at large with courage and integrity.
New pool on Yale’s list
A committee of Yale swimming alumni has reached an agreement with the University to add a new pool to Yale’s list of capital projects.
Architecture design winner chosen
First-year graduate students at the School of Architecture will trade their sketches for shovels and begin constructing a home on 179 Scranton St.