POLICY & ADMINISTRATION
Yale College term bill raised by nearly 4 percent; cracks 80k

Yale increases cost of attendance from $77,750 to $80,700

Yale money pulled from Russia after invasion

Following global sanctions, Yale’s investments are pulled out of Russia.

Students report varied contact tracing experiences

Some students have expressed confusion over perceived disparities in their contact tracing experiences as the Yale Contact Tracing Team shifts its focus to high-risk groups and areas of ongoing transmission.

University quietly severs Sackler ties

Over the last year, Yale has quietly cut ties from the controversial family who propagated the opioid crisis.

Yale kicks off search for new science dean

A committee will search for the next FAS divisional leader, who will come into the full-time role as Yale makes sweeping steps in its science strategy.

University switches to test-out system for COVID-positive undergraduates

All undergraduates are now required to obtain a negative rapid antigen test result to leave isolation, a policy shift that some say will unduly burden the Connecticut Department of Public Health.

As the Sackler family pays out $6 billion in a settlement, Yale maintains its ties

The Sackler family will pay out $6 billion to victims of the opioid crisis while Yale holds onto its connection to the pharmaceutical magnates.

Bulldog Days back in person for first time since pandemic’s start

After a three-year hiatus, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will once again host Bulldog Days on campus.

A year since Swensen told money managers to diversify firms, Yale stays silent on progress

Amid leadership turnover at Yale’s Investments Office, it is unclear how much progress has been made towards Yale’s efforts to lead firms to diversify.

Students criticize Yale’s sustainability efforts in survey

The results of Yale’s annual Sustainability Survey were released in February. The survey — which was instituted as part of Yale’s 2025 Sustainability plan — asked students and staff how they felt about climate change and Yale’s progress towards sustainability.

Students report discrepancies in isolation duration policies

As the undergraduate community grapples with a recent surge in cases, some students have found Yale’s isolation duration policies to be inconsistent and confusing.