Use the links at left to identify JE-specific resources or scroll through the links below for general Yale resources.
- Writing Center
- Yale College Program of Study
- Academic Regulations
- Yale Summer Session
- Undergraduate Career Services
- Center for International and Professional Experience
- Registrar’s Office
- Transcript Requests
- Enrollment Verification
The Yale College Writing Center supports writers and writing teachers through the resources on this website, free tutoring at the Center and in the residential colleges, and through workshops about writing and teaching techniques. The Center’s mission comprises some of the most fundamental aims of a liberal arts education. Writing well is the hallmark of an educated person, and writing is also an indispensable component of advanced research in most disciplines. Writing helps us develop the intellectual practices that distinguish passive from active learners; it helps us take ownership of what we learn, and move from accumulating other people’s knowledge to producing our own. Learning to write helps us develop habits of mind that enrich every aspect of life.
The mission of Yale College is to seek exceptionally promising students of all backgrounds from across the nation and around the world and to educate them, through mental discipline and social experience, to develop their intellectual, moral, civic, and creative capacities to the fullest. The aim of this education is the cultivation of citizens with a rich awareness of our heritage to lead and serve in every sphere of human activity.
As a condition of enrollment in Yale College, every student is required to comply with the academic regulations. Students are expected to familiarize themselves with these regulations, and an assertion of ignorance of their provisions cannot be accepted as a basis for an exception to them. No student or group of students should expect to be warned individually to conform to any of the regulations contained in this publication. Students are advised to pay special attention to all deadlines given in the academic regulations. Students who have questions or concerns about these regulations should consult with their residential college dean.
Yale Summer Session offers courses during the summer for Yale students, qualified undergraduate students from other colleges and universities, students about to enter their last year in high school, and adult learners. Additional programs offered through Yale Summer Session include: Study Abroad, English Language Institute, Online Courses, Writers’ Conference, Drama and Film, and Foreign Language Courses.
Yale Undergraduate Career Services offers career counseling, professional school advising, employment and internship opportunities, and career development resources. Our office works with Yale undergraduates and alumni to clarify career aspirations, identify employment and educational opportunities, and offer counseling and support at every stage of career development.
Each year hundreds of Yale students set out across the globe to experience other cultures through study, work, and research abroad. They have many goals and each student has a unique plan, but they share the understanding that thoughtful, well-planned time abroad can help them prepare for life in this age of globalization. CIPE Website.
CIPE UCS Peer Advisers:
The CIPE UCS Peer Advisers assist students in navigating the wide array of academic opportunities and career resources offered by the Center:
- Assist students on a walk-in basis with résumés and cover letters, career research, and navigating services and online resources offered by Undergraduate Career Services (UCS)
- Cover open hours in the afternoons at UCS and in the evenings in the Residential Colleges
- Serve on the UCS Residential College Advisory Board, and act as liaisons between students and UCS, communicating students’ needs and helping to shape future programming.
- Co-present workshops with UCS staff, promote study breaks, and assist with special events including Career Fairs, Bulldog Days, pre-departure orientations, and other special events
- Provide general overview of funding opportunities.
The Registrar’s Office maintains data and provides services for students, deans and administration in Yale College and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in the areas of academic records and student status; registration, enrollment and course information; and tuition and housing.
U.S. Mail Address
Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Office of the Registrar
P.O. Box 208321
New Haven, CT 06520-8321
|246 Church Street
- If you have a valid Yale student netid and password, go to www.yale.edu/sis.
Login and select the menu item “Order a Transcript.” A signed consent form is not required.
- If you do not have a valid Yale netid and password, click here.
Please note: A signed consent form is required.
Send a signed transcript request and address forms along with appropriate payment (see below) to:
FAS Registrar’s Office
P.O. Box 208321
New Haven, CT 06520-8321
If you don’t use the transcript request form, your written and signed request must include:
Date of Birth
Student ID Number (SID), if available
School at Yale (Yale College or Graduate School of Arts and Sciences)
Class year or year of graduation
Dates of Attendance
Number of transcripts requested
Whether each transcript should be individually sealed in its own envelope.
Address to which you would like each transcript sent
Submit a signed request and address form(s) with the appropriate payment to the FAS Registrar’s Office at 246 Church St., 3rd floor. M-F 8:30-4:30.
Payment for the full amount of your transcript order must be received before it can be processed. Checks must be payable to “Yale University” and drawn in U.S. dollars on a U.S. bank. Currently enrolled students have the option of charging their student accounts. We accept credit card payments only for online transcript requests.
Transcript Request Forms
$7.00 per transcript
Express Delivery to U.S. address – $12 extra per address
Express Delivery to Canada/Mexico – $25 extra per address
Express Delivery to other international address – $45 extra per address
(note: overnight delivery not available to all international locations due to customs regulations)
Internal Academic Records
The academic record is an internal advising document available only to currently enrolled Yale College students. The academic record does not take the place of an official transcript. Students may obtain copies of their internal academic record only from their Residential College Deans. There is no charge for the production of the academic record.
Enrollment verifications for students in Yale College and in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences can be requested by mail, fax, e-mail, or in person at 246 Church Street using a Request For Enrollment Verification form. Allow 3–5 days for processing and mailing. Yale considers the contents of enrollment verifications to be items of directory information, which can therefore be produced without the student’s written authorization. Students on non-disclosure must submit a signed request.