ALERT LEVEL: Lower Risk
Yale provides vital data about the state of COVID-19 within the Yale community.
Updated June 2, 2021
- Vaccine scheduling: The Yale Vaccination COVID-19 Program is currently scheduling individuals 12 and older.
- Workplace: All faculty, staff, and trainees are required to be fully vaccinated by August 1 when most employees start returning to campus. Employees are required to submit their vaccination status to the university. Guidance for HSLs, administrators, and unit leaders on return preparations is available on the Workplace Guidance website.
- Fall 2021: President Salovey announced on March 29 that the university expects most classes will be taught in person. All students who plan to return to campus for the fall semester will be required to be fully vaccinated.
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.