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Office for Diversity & Equal Opportunity

The Office for Diversity and Equal Opportunity (ODEO) is firmly committed to building a supportive community in which graduate students from underrepresented backgrounds are empowered in their intellectual pursuits and professional goals. ODEO was established with the knowledge that diversity among graduate students enhances the life of the entire scholarly community at Yale. ODEO and the Graduate School recognize that a diverse student body is essential if the academy is to remain an engaged and relevant institution within its contemporary society. This office provides both thematic programming and individual advising for students across the disciplines as they move through their degree programs at Yale, providing them with supportive members of the Yale community as well as essential opportunities for academic growth. Prospective applicants and current students are equally encouraged to visit or contact the office to learn more about the resources and mentoring that it provides.

HGS Bastion

1861

Yale awarded the first Ph.D. degrees in the United States.