The Graduate School & Yale are working to maintain and enhance an inclusive graduate student community, with recruitment, policies, programs, centers, training, community building and student groups.
- The Office for Graduate Student Development and Diversity (OGSDD) in GSAS provides programs and support to build and sustain a diverse and inclusive graduate community.
- Diversity Resources are also available on the Yale Student Life Hub.
- Cultural Centers for African American, Asian American, Latino, Native American students, and women welcome the participation of graduate students and have affiliated student groups.
- LGBTQ Resources at the LGBTQ Resource Center, 135 Prospect Street (downstairs from the McDougal Grad Center).
- Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) at the International Center, 421 Temple Street, provides immigration services and programs for international students and family members.
- Chaplain's Office at Yale supports faith communities of all traditions.
- Sexual Misconduct prevention policies, training and support for students, including required Title IX Training for all GSAS students, SHARE Center, and sexual misconduct and harassment reporting and response offices.
Student Organizations for Diverse student backgrounds and interests
- Student Organizations - McDougal GSL-GSAS registers and advises over 50 Grad student organizations. Groups include nationality/regional cultural groups, groups for women, LGBTQ and students of diverse backgrounds; professional development and career groups; and arts, sports and special interest groups.
- Yale Connect (powered by OrgSync) - login with your NetID to find groups of all kinds, including GSAS grad focused groups in which you can join and get involved