LGBTQ Report

Last semester, the YCC established a Task Force to evaluate the state of LGBTQ resources at Yale. Six students, led by Max Goldberg ’17, collected and analyzed data from a school-wide survey, researched peer institutions, identified key deficiencies, and proposed solutions to a variety of LGBTQ issues. The final report presents their findings in full […]

Yale Texts.com

Is your New Year’s resolution to save money on textbooks? Yale’s Texts.com, an online textbook exchange marketplace, is here to help. Sign up for an account at http://yale.texts.com/ today and never overpay for textbooks again!

Peer Wellness Champions

This pilot program for spring semester 2016 is looking for 10 students (5 undergrad and 5 grad/professional) who would like to help their classmates think deeply about individual and collective wellness. This is a paid position with a day-long training on January 16 as well as monthly dinner meetings. Peer Wellness Champions may engage students […]

Yale-coordinated Domestic & International Internships

Interested in the Office of Career Strategy’s Yale-coordinated Domestic and International Internships?  In order to apply to these positions you must first complete their program tutorial! Students can access the program tutorial by clicking on the ‘2016 Yale-Coordinated Internship Tutorial & Registration‘ document in the Document Library (available underResources > Document Library) in Symplicity. If […]

Major internal updates

Each year, the Yale College Council implements a number of internal developments in order to improve organizational efficiency and better represent students. This year, the YCC is excited to established a Board of Trustees and an endowment. The mission of the YCC Board of Trustees is to preserve institutional memory and provide input on YCC […]

Spring Fling 2015

Based on results from the most recent survey of students, Spring Fling will remain on Saturday, April 30th, 2016. Of the 2,851 students who responded to the survey, 67% preferred Saturday over Monday, with 11% not attending on Monday, while 33% said they would prefer Monday over Saturday with 10% not attending on Saturday. While the […]

Dining hall study spaces

As many of you know, some dining halls on campus are open for studying at various times during the course of the day and the academic year. In an effort to provide students with more places to study, Pierson College Dining Hall will be piloting a program, beginning on Tuesday, November 3. Pierson Dining Hall will […]