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Yale Summer Session


Yale Summer Session courses are now posted for Summer 2023! Check out our course catalog and find the right course for you, in New Haven or online. Our application is now open. Check out for more information.

Fellowships and Funding


Info Session for UK Fellowships: Rhodes & Beyond
Friday, March 31 | 2:30pm – 3:30pm
55 Whitney Ave, 3rd floor, Room 305
More information

ISA Information Session 4
Friday, April 14 | 10:00am – 11:00am
Zoom link

Workshop: Writing Essays for National Fellowships
Friday, April 14 | 12:30pm – 1:30pm
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Info Session for UK Fellowships: Rhodes & Beyond
Thursday, April 20 | 12:30pm – 1:30pm
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March 22, 4pmObama-Chesky Voyager Scholarship | Eligible: Sophomores interested in public service
April 4, 1pmThe International Study Award (ISA) Early Action Deadline
April 9 - Samvid Scholars
May 2, 1pm - The Summer Experiences Award (SEA)
May 2, 1pmThe International Study Award (ISA)

Explore the Yale Student Grants Database (SGDB) for Yale funding and for awards requiring Yale's support.


Not sure where to begin the fellowships process? Refer to this step-by-step guide on How to Apply for Fellowships.

The first step in planning a strong fellowship application is to identify your short-term or long-term personal and academic goals. Identifying your goals will help you determine the kind of project you want to pursue.

Read about Yalies who have previously won fellowships. Be inspired to apply for funding to support your own summer or postgraduation plans.   

Tip: Need help writing a fellowship application? Sign up for a Writing Partner through the Writing Center!

Find upcoming events and deadlines on the Fellowships and Funding Calendar
Review the Fellowships & Funding FAQ to learn more about what fellowships are and what kind of things they support.

Advising Available - Please request appointments through Yale Career Link.

Date: Visit the Calendar of Events for a full list of upcoming events. Log in to Yale Career Link, powered by Symplicity under Events/Employer Events to sign up. For easier access don’t forget to download the Symplicity App now called “Symplicity Jobs and Careers”!

Office of Career Strategy


Mastering Your Own Microbiome
Thursday, March 16 | 8:00pm – 9:00pm
Register here

Yale Career Panels: A Candid View of the Medical Profession
Thursday, March 30 | 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Register here

Demystifying the Internship & Fellowship Process at Department of State
Friday, March 31 | 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Office of Career Strategy, 55 Whitney Ave, 3rd floor Rm 369
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Red Sox Sports & Entertainment Career Fair
Tuesday, April 4 | 12:00pm noon – 4:00pm
The 521 Overlook, inside Fenway Park
Learn more

Ivy+ Just in Time Virtual Career Fair
Tuesday, April 18 | 1:00pm – 4:00pm
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Study Abroad


The following 2023 study abroad applications are open:


Ben-Gurion University Semester & Year Abroad Information Session
Date: March 15 from 1 – 2 PM 
Zoom Link
Join to learn more about spending a semester or year at Ben-Gurion University. This direct enrollment program allows students to take courses in engineering, the natural sciences, humanities and social sciences, and health studies. Courses are offered in English. Students become a part of the vibrant BGU community, living on campus in Beer-Sheva (an easy train ride from Tel-Aviv) and taking part in BGU's dynamic calendar of social events and activities.

APA Information Session
Date: March 27 from 1 – 2 PM
Location: 55 Whitney, Room 305

APA is committed to unite academic excellence with the beauty and richness of French and Francophone cultures through programs across the diverse fabric of the Francophone diaspora and its 300 million French speakers. Fort de France, Dakar, Paris and Rabat each provide an exceptional academic and cultural discovery only possible by understanding the breadth of the Francophone world. Learn how APA can foster personal, academic, and professional growth for a summer, semester, or year by immersing differently!

Need to Get or Renew Your Passport? 
U.S. citizens should visit the U.S. Department of State's website for information about applying for a passport.  You can apply for one at the Yale Station post office in New Haven or the New Haven Free Public Library. Current estimated wait times for passport processing are 8-11 weeks, and expedited processing is estimated at 5-7 weeks, starting from when the State Department receives your application, not from when you mail it. Do not delay applying for or renewing your passport if you're planning to study abroad this summer. You can get a passport photo from the Yale ID Center (55 Lock Street). Passport photo services at the Yale ID Center do not require an appointment.


Thinking about studying abroad? Start learning about how to study abroad on the “Get Started” tab. Search programs that fit your personal and academic interests, learn about fulfilling requirements with outside credit, and see how credit works by clicking “academics and credit” for either “Year or Term” or “Non-Yale Summer.”

Meet with a Study Abroad Adviser to explore goals, programs, credit transfer, and more.