UCS to fund senior job interview travel

February 13, 2014
This spring, some students will receive free transportation to job interviews — paid for not by their prospective employer, but by Yale’s Undergraduate Career Services.

John Kerry ’66 to speak at Class Day

February 10, 2014
Secretary of State John Kerry ’66 will be the speaker at this year’s Class Day on Sunday, May 18.

Alumni calls for pool unanswered

February 7, 2014
Members of an alumni fundraising initiative said the University has not only rejected their offers to raise money for a new pool, but allegedly treated them with disrespect.

Yale College applications reach record high

February 4, 2014
Yale received a record-high total of 30,922 applications for the class of 2018, cracking the 30,000 mark for the first time.

Yale deepens ties to QuestBridge

February 3, 2014
Since Yale first partnered with QuestBridge in 2007, the University has been increasing its commitment to the program.
President Peter Salovey unveiled a new initiative to introduce online precalculus modules.

Yale to offer online math modules

January 30, 2014
Students fully prepared for Yale’s quantitative classes will be able to brush up their math over the summer.

UCS emphasizes alumni services

January 28, 2014
Alumni are increasingly using UCS, both in person and online.

Early programs not created equal

January 24, 2014
For top universities, early admissions programs have changed the game.
Peter Salovey

After White House visit, Yale looks to accessibility

January 23, 2014
Last Thursday’s White House conference set university leaders into action to make higher education more accessible to high-achieving, low-income students.

UCS increases international opportunities

January 22, 2014
This year, UCS has added internship opportunities in nine new countries.

UCS survey reveals diverse summer pursuits

January 17, 2014
In a first step toward tracking the career interests of Yale undergraduates, the University has published the results of a survey on student summer activities.

Gap persists between early and regular applicants

January 16, 2014
Admissions Dean Jeremiah Quinlan said the EA pool will likely prove less diverse than the overall body of applicants this year