The Admissions Office hosts campus visits on most days classes are in session, on Monday through Thursday during the academic year. Advance registration is required to visit campus. We cannot accommodate walk-in visitors due to space constraints in our classrooms.
Please note: If you're applying in Round 1 and plan to visit campus, you may schedule your campus visit here. Space is very limited until we move to Edward P. Evans Hall in January 2014. If you are applying in Round 2, Round 3, or in future academic years, we strongly encourage you to visit after January 2014 when we have transitioned to Evans Hall. Registration will be available online by early January 2014, and visits will be offered February through April 2014.
For directions, mass transit options, and other resources, visit our Plan a Visit page.
Campus Visit Schedule
The Admissions Visitor Center is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
|9:30 a.m.||Greetings and Welcoming Remarks|
|10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.||Class Experience (via live stream)|
|11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m.||SOM tour and lunch with Class of 2015 students|
|1:00 p.m.–2:20 p.m.||Yale University Tour|
|2:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.||Closing Q&A Session with Admissions and Class of 2014 students|
Planning Your Visit
Registration is required in order to join our campus visit program. We cannot accommodate walk-in visitors due to space constraints in our classrooms and catering orders. Please register for a campus visit in advance as our schedule fills quickly. If you are unable to make your scheduled visit date, please cancel your visit with at least two business days' notice.
For directions to the SOM campus, please see our Plan a Visit page. There, you can find driving directions, air, and train information, and a list of area hotels.
Parking information will be provided in your campus visit confirmation email after you have scheduled your visit online.
Visiting Yale University and New Haven
While you’re visiting the SOM campus, you may want to explore parts of the greater University and the City of New Haven. Please visit the Yale University Visitors Gateway or INFO New Haven to find out more information about art museums, restaurants, and other attractions at Yale and throughout New Haven; and the Yale University Tours page to learn more about tours of the University. In addition to guided tours of Yale, there is also a self-guided tour of the University, including a new, self-guided MP3 audio tour. Copies of the self-guided tour map and route are available at the Admissions Visitor Center.
An interview is required to be admitted to Yale SOM. Interviews are given only by invitation of the Admissions Committee. If you are invited to interview, you will be notified by email. You may receive an invitation at any point in a round—soon after submitting your application or close to the decision date. Learn more about the admissions process in the Admissions FAQ.
Yale University & New Haven
Yale SOM is closely tied to Yale University. While you’re visiting the SOM campus, we encourage you to explore the rest of University as well as the city of New Haven.
Visit the Yale University Tours page to learn about tours of the University. You can join a guided tours of Yale, or take a self-guided tour while listening to the an MP3 audio tour. Copies of the self-guided tour map and route are available at the Admissions Visitor Center.
New Haven is a vibrant, walkable city that offers tree-lined streets, world-class restaurants, museums, outdoor recreation, and more. Read about Yale and New Haven.
If you have questions or would like to contact a member of our admissions team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.