The Yale Women Faculty Forum (WFF) was established to highlight the importance of women faculty at the University.
Our online application allows you to identify your recommenders. Then, the system emails your recommenders with access information. Please note:
The online system also incorporates a recommendation form with a rating section that allows your provider to provide a quantitative rating for you (relative to others who have gone to Graduate School in recent years) in three categories - Academic Performance, Intellectual Potential, and Motivation for the Proposed Program of Study.
The number of letters required varies by application type.
The required number of letter of recommenders must be identified before you can submit your application.
We are sorry, but our system can only accommodate letters submitted online.
If your recommender cannot or will not submit their letter online, you should reach out to someone else.
Yes, you can.
Unfortunately, you will have to identify your recommenders again in your current year application. Your recommenders will have to submit recommendations again.
Yes, you can, if the recommender has not already submitted a letter for you.
The Yale office of Admissions does not accept letters of recommendation from credential management and dossier services unless the service has the ability to upload a letter directly into our online recommendation system. Please check with your service to see if they have that ability.
Since all applications are reviewed by the faculty online, paper based letters cannot be accommodated.
Additionally, an important part of your letter of recommendation is a quantitative rating for Academic Performance, Intellectual Potential and Motivation for the Proposed Program of Study, that recommendation are asked to provide for you relative to other students who have gone to Graduate School in recent years. Recommendations submitted to centralized credential management and dossier services are unable to provide for this form.
We do suggest that at least one recommendation should originate from a faculty member of the last institution you attended as a full-time student. It is not mandatory, however, that you do this if you have been out of school for a number of years.
When you identify a recommender within your online application, an email is automatically initiated from our service provider on your behalf.
If your provider has any spam blocking or other software intended to filter out certain email, he or she may not even see this email. If he or she contacts you please
If your recommender received the email but is having trouble accessing the form please advise him or her to click on the “Need Help” link to contact technical support.