Registration & Leaves
As a student at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, you are required to register every term, including when you are working on your dissertation. Registration entitles you to attend classes, receive financial aid, and use the libraries, laboratories, and other facilities of the university. You need to register, even if you are not in residence.
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Canvas is Yale's learning management system for all courses. You'll find syllabi, assignments, grades, and additional resources for your courses on this platform.
Yale Course Search is an online course catalogue, where you will find current and past listings of Graduate School courses across our departments and programs.
Non-cumulative registration allows you to pause your academic clock in order to acquire an academic or methodological skill that is essential for your degree requirements or dissertation research.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) works with Yale students with acute or ongoing disabilities to provide appropriate accommodations, auxiliary aids, and services through an interactive process. The Graduate School's liaison in SAS is Jordan Colbert.
Transcripts may be ordered online through the University Registrar's Office.
For a variety of reasons, you may wish to withdraw in good standing before completing your degree program.
Yale Course Search (YCS) is the university's online course catalogue. Here, you can find course descriptions, scheduling information, and syllabi for courses offered in the Graduate School.
Yale Hub is a self-service student portal for administrative, financial, and academic information. You can use it to check grades, update your mailing address, resolve registration holds, change your preferred name, and more.