POLICY & ADMINISTRATION
YCC holds referendum on Yale Corp democratization

Starting Monday, students will be able to vote on two yes-or-no questions regarding the election process for the Board of Trustees; voting will close Friday at 9 a.m.

A tale of two presidents: Salovey plans collaboration with Harvard’s newest leader

As Claudine Gay takes on Harvard’s presidency, the News looked into the work of the Yale and Harvard presidents — and the moments that bring them together.

With six searches in progress, Salovey promises diversity at the “highest ranks” of University leadership

With a lack of diversity at the cabinet level, University President Peter Salovey expects to appoint six major leadership roles at Yale by the end of Spring semester.

Salovey names DEI, health and fundraising top priorities for 2023

This year will see an expansion into health research, continued rollout of the Belonging at Yale initiative and fundraising for the capital campaign.

Yale Health announces expansion to new office

In connection with Yale Student Health, the Yale community will soon welcome a new Campus Health Office to develop and maintain Yale’s public health infrastructure.

Inside Yale’s new HBCU partnership

As President Salovey gears up to strengthen ties between Yale and HBCUs — including the recently announced Pennington Fellowship — the News looked at the historic partnership between Tougaloo College and Brown University, and what Black student leaders at Yale are searching for.

University reports strong financial position for 2023

Yale reported an operational surplus of $166 million in its annual budget report, although the report also highlighted some areas of concern.

Nanci Fortgang named interim director of Yale Health

Amid an ongoing search for a new CEO of Yale Health, Vice Provost for Health Affairs and Academic Integrity Stephanie Spangler announced on Jan. 13 that Nanci Fortgang, who previously served as the chief clinical operations officer at Yale Health, will serve as interim director.

Students and plaintiffs in mental health lawsuit respond to leave policy changes

As the plaintiffs and representatives from Yale held their second meeting for settlement negotiations in a lawsuit regarding mental health policies at Yale, the plaintiffs responded to the recent changes in leave policies announced on Wednesday.

Yale announces “momentous” changes to leave of absence policies amid ongoing mental health lawsuit

Yale has renamed “medical withdrawal” to “medical leave of absence” and announced policy changes affecting students who take a medical leave of absence and students who face medical emergencies during the semester.

Yale accepts 10 percent of early applicants, marking lowest early acceptance rate in 20 years

On Dec. 15 at 5:00 p.m., Yale offered 776 early action applicants a seat in the College’s class of 2027, out of almost 7,800 applicants. About 1,626 students were deferred for consideration during the regular decision round, with 5,188 denied admission.