Updated August 11, 2021
The public health crisis continues to demand personal responsibility, a spirit of cooperation, and resilience.
Learn about on-campus policies, procedures, and services for keeping Yale healthy.
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Resources are available to help support the physical and mental health of the Yale community during the pandemic.
Access the appropriate technology guidance, services, and support for remote learning, teaching, and working.
The Ivy League announced on May 4 that it is anticipating a return to regular competition in fall 2021. Payne Whitney Gymnasium is open to students with capacity limits in place to accomodate physical distancing.
Learn about occupancy limits, cleaning protocols, and other guidelines.
Yale Hospitality is providing a variety of meal options prepared in a safe environment. See operating guidelines and modified hours.
The university is limiting the size of gatherings both indoors and outside to accommodate physical distancing and to conform to density guidelines and state rules.
Access to all Yale libraries is currently limited to faculty, graduate students, and professional students who are authorized to be on campus. The Yale University Art Gallery and Yale Center for British Art are now open to the public. The Peabody Museum of Natural History is currently accessible by appointment only.
Yale has established a plan to ensure that all students, faculty, researchers, and staff are equipped with the necessary masks/face coverings, hand sanitizers, and disinfectant wipes.
Learn how to obtain print signage and digital assets developed by the university to communicate health and safety guidelines.
The Yale Shuttle is operating at a reduced passenger capacity with temporary changes to schedules and routes.
Resources have been compiled to support the return to on-campus work.