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The Title IX Office is an important part of Yale’s efforts to foster an environment of respect and belonging, consulting with members of the Yale community about their concerns and questions related to sex- and gender-based discrimination. This includes sexual misconduct, as well as discrimination or harassment on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, non-conformance with gender stereotypes, and parenting or pregnancy status.
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Coming to Graduate School at Yale is thrilling, but it can be a little daunting, too, especially if you are from a traditionally underrepresented background. We can help you adjust to the challenges of your new environment. The Transitions program will give you the tools and community support you need.
The University of Michigan’s mentoring and advising resources include sample models for developing shared mentoring expectations across the disciplines and separate guides for faculty and students on graduate student mentoring.
For a variety of reasons, you may wish to withdraw in good standing before completing your degree program.
WISAY is dedicated to promoting the interests of female, transgender, and non-binary scientists and advocating for gender equality in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
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.
Yale Library offers workshops and events on a range of subjects that allow you to familiarize yourself with the library's resources and support your use of scholarly tools and online platforms. Workshop topics include: getting started with Zotero; syncing your online bibliography; cleaning messy data using Excel; literature searching; using LaTex; and curating your online scholarly profile. Workshops are sequenced to support every level of familiarity with scholarly tools, from beginner to proficient.