Caitlin Roman
Yale, IARU schools to offer summer study abroad

Yale is among a consortium of 10 internationally renowned research universities that will be opening their doors to students at member schools for intensive summer […]

Brown joins Ivy trend, re-evaluating parental contributions in financial aid

Brown University will no longer require a financial parental contribution from most families earning under $60,000, the university announced Saturday. In a move that follows […]

Stanford reforms financial-aid policy

In the latest round of financial-aid reforms at the nation’s top universities, Stanford University will reduce or eliminate the expected parental contributions for families making […]

Levin ups funding after surge in Light numbers

The Light Fellowship will send a record number of students to study in Asia this year free of charge, thanks to a million-dollar boost in […]

For Elm City applicants, a home-field advantage

When Alisha Butler ’09 sat down in her first class at Yale, she hadn’t yet graduated from high school — nor had she even submitted […]

Eli Days kicks off YCC mentoring program

Early Sunday afternoon, dozens of students and their parents hesitantly entered Dwight Hall and stepped up to the registration desk piled with blue folders reading […]

Global internships see more cities, positions

With the International Bulldogs programs offering more internships than ever before, Undergraduate Career Services predicts the number of applications from Yalies looking to work abroad […]

‘Bulldogs in the Big Easy’ added to roster

New Orleans will host the newest Bulldogs Across American summer internship program this summer, Undergraduate Career Services announced Thursday. The “Bulldogs in the Big Easy” […]

Summer programs draw Elis from term-time study abroad

The number of Yalies studying abroad during the academic year decreased by 22 percent in 2007-08, Yale International Education and Fellowships Programs administrators announced this […]

Brief: Cornell to eliminate loans for lower-income students

Cornell University will eliminate the need for student loans for students whose families make under $75,000 a year starting in the 2009-’10 academic year, the […]

Report criticizes Yale’s Pell numbers

Yale may be stepping up efforts to recruit students from middle-income families, but the University has come under fire in the past week for enrolling […]