ALERT LEVEL: Moderate Risk
Yale provides vital data about the state of COVID-19 within the Yale community.
Updated April 1, 2021
- The Yale Vaccination COVID-19 Program is currently scheduling individuals 16 and older.
- President Salovey announced on March 29 plans for the fall 2021 semester. The university expects most classes will be taught in person if public health conditions permit.
- The spring semester began February 1 with most courses being taught remotely. All graduate and professional students, sophomores, juniors, and seniors were invited to live on campus or in the New Haven area this semester.
- Staff in non-essential roles will continue to work remotely until August 1.
The public health crisis continues to demand personal responsibility, a spirit of cooperation, and resilience. See on-campus policies and services for keeping Yale healthy.
View quarantine requirements, guidelines for university-related travel, and State of Connecticut advisories.
To reduce the risk of bringing cases of COVID-19 to campus, short-term visitors are not allowed during the semester.
Many of the university’s schools and units provide helpful COVID-19 and fall semester information.