POLICY & ADMINISTRATION
Jackson on track to meet fundraising goals, short on professor recruitment, administrators say

The Jackson Institute for Global Affairs is on track to meet its yearly fundraising goals to launch as Yale’s newest professional school next fall, but […]

Yale appeals to alumni for YC3 funding

The Yale Alumni Fund called for donations to support Yale College Community Care in an email to alumni, calling attention to the University’s publicity of mental health initiatives.

YC3 pilots specialized support groups

Yale College Community Care launched three support groups this week, the first in a planned series of groups specialized to identity or interest groups.

Yale College sees second-largest early applicant pool in history

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions will read 7,313 applications as officers begin to build the class of 2026.

University reevaluates global strategy following Yale-NUS closure

Following the closure of Yale-NUS in August 2021, the University has reassessed the future of its global outreach. Yale currently has no plans for a similar project.

Strobel commits to increasing faculty size, salaries in annual address

In his speech to members of Yale’s Faculty of Arts & Sciences about the year’s budget priorities, the Provost also committed to expanding childcare benefits and increasing staff paid family leave to eight weeks.

Yale Mental Health and Counseling adds temporary new location to accommodate staff growth, increased demand

On Nov. 2, MHC Director Paul Hoffman announced in an email that Yale Mental Health and Counseling has expanded to a temporary space on 205 Whitney Ave.

Yale admissions office emphasizes affordability to local high schools

A recent poster that the Yale admissions office sent to high schools informs students about financial aid policies.

Salovey details YPD reforms, reaffirms commitment to the force

The YPD has begun implementing certain reforms, while President Salovey doubled down on the necessity of maintaining a police force at Yale.

A “proliferation of administrators”: faculty reflect on two decades of rapid expansion

Yale’s administration has grown rapidly, which some professors say negatively impacts faculty and students.

Bandy Lee lawyers file counter to Yale’s motion to dismiss suit

The disagreement hinges on the scope of academic freedom, and whether it gives the University blanket control over faculty appointments.