POLICY & ADMINISTRATION
Yale sets annual fundraising record, raises over $700 million in 2020-21

The University raised over $700 million in cash donations from over 40,000 donors in the 2020-21 financial year.

Quinlan testifies in support of legacy admissions

On Thursday, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Jeremiah Quinlan and YFAM President Logan Roberts offered opposing arguments regarding a state bill seeking to bar legacy preference.

University-wide digital catalog to launch in 2023

LUX — a University-wide digital catalog project — aims to integrate Yale’s libraries, museums and galleries into a single platform.

Yale looks to India and South Asia as global research expands

As research initiatives expand across Yale, University researchers look to India and South Asia to solve pressing global issues.

Yale establishes Learning Council to modernize employee training processes

After being used for over 20 years, the University’s Training Management System is currently under review by a new Learning Council that is looking to implement a modernized technology platform in early 2023.

Student COVID-19 cases hit “unprecedented” level; isolation housing tracker quietly removed

The isolation housing capacity tracker was removed from the University’s COVID-19 data dashboard as a record number of undergraduates tested positive.

Yale extends test-optional policy for 2022-23 admissions

Students applying to Yale’s class of 2027 will not be required to submit standardized test scores.

Yale sued for violating antitrust law by considering financial need in admissions

An update to the antitrust suit filed Tuesday accused Yale and all 17 members of the 568 Presidents Group — a group of top universities — of considering financial need in the admissions process.

Yale unveils University-wide five year plans for diversity, equity and inclusion

The University on Monday announced detailed proposals for enhancing diversity and equity throughout Yale.

Community calls for emissions cuts as Yale runs two of three large polluters in New Haven

Students and community activists outlined their vision for Yale to achieve zero carbon emissions.

Yale’s newest trustees share vision for a post-COVID University

Maurie McInnis and Marta L. Tellado, the Stony Brook president and a business leader, will join the Yale Corporation’s board of 16 trustees.