President Peter Salovey and Provost Scott Strobel announced on July 1 that Yale will welcome graduate and professional school students and a portion of the undergraduate population back to campus for the fall semester. The reactivation of campus-based research is under way already.
The university’s response is based on the guidance of Yale experts and of local, state, and federal officials, and follows key principles:
- Yale’s actions will be guided by considerations for the health and safety of faculty, staff, students, and neighbors.
- Decisions about health and safety made by the university in the context of COVID-19 will be evidence-based and data-driven to the extent possible.
- Decisions should sustain – and advance whenever possible – the quality of teaching and research at Yale.
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.