On March 26, 2021, Yale President Peter Salovey announced the University’s plans for the Fall 2021 semester.
“We are cautiously optimistic that we will have a full residential program for our undergraduates if public health conditions permit. We expect graduate and professional school students to continue their studies in New Haven and faculty members to conduct classes primarily in person. Staff members who have been working remotely will be phasing into on-campus work, with the goal that most will be back on campus for the fall semester.
“Our plans are based on the assumption that public health conditions will improve in Connecticut and that a significant percentage of our faculty, students, and staff will be vaccinated by the end of summer. We are also preparing contingency plans in case of a further wave of COVID-19,” Salovey wrote. Read the full message here.
Please monitor Yale’s COVID-19 webpage for real-time updates on university policies and guidance.
For information about Jackson’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak and the status of programs and activities, go to Jackson’s COVID-19 webpage.