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Notice on Campus Visits

In light of the evolving COVID-19 situation and the Yale University guidelines for meetings and events, we have suspended our campus visit program until further notice.  In the meantime, we encourage you to explore the Yale SOM virtual tour or register for a virtual event.

Self-Guided Tour

Virtually visit us in New Haven with this self-guided tour. Take a look inside the state-of-the-art classrooms at Edward P. Evans Hall. Preview a teaching and learning environment that supports the school’s innovative integrated MBA curriculum and enhances the Yale SOM community.

For more information on information sessions and other events, please visit each program’s admissions page or contact an admissions representative:

Learn more about the facilities available in Evans Hall, including state-of-the-art classrooms, dining facilities, and varied collaboration spaces.

Prospective Students

Yale University and New Haven

Yale SOM is intimately connected with both its parent university and its home city.

Learn more about Yale University.

Learn more about the City of New Haven.

Yale Campus

Getting here


New Haven is less than two hours by train or car from New York City and the New York-area airports. Both Amtrak and Metro-North trains stop in New Haven’s Union Station. It is also convenient to Bradley International Airport near Hartford, Connecticut, and to Tweed New Haven Airport.

Yale SOM is located at 165 Whitney Avenue (Evans Hall) in New Haven, Connecticut, at the northeast corner of Yale University’s campus.

Driving Directions

To 165 Whitney Avenue (Evans Hall)

From Interstate 91 North or South, take Exit 3 (Trumbull Street). Get in the middle lane off the ramp.  Go straight through the light at the end of the ramp onto Trumbull Street. At the next light, turn right onto Whitney Avenue. Travel one block to the first traffic light. Evans Hall is on your right at the intersection of Whitney Avenue and Sachem Street. 


Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale
155 Temple Street
203-772-6664 / 800-THE-OMNI

The Marriott Courtyard at Yale
30 Whalley Avenue

New Haven Hotel
229 George Street

The Study at Yale
1157 Chapel Street

The Blake
9 High Street

The Graduate
1151 Chapel St


Evans Hall Parking

Parking in the Evans Hall garage is available only through Yale University and by prior Yale SOM approval. Although there is no visitor parking in the garage, there are many nearby public lots. Bike parking is available at the front, side, and rear entrances as well as inside the parking garage.

Campus Visit Parking

If you are registered for a campus visit through the Admissions Office, parking information will be provided in your campus visit confirmation email.

Yale Parking Lots

The parking lots listed below are nearest to Evans Hall. Prior  temporary assignment in a Yale lot  is needed to use the lots for weekday parking. Lots  are open to the public on Saturdays.

For Lot 22 – Proceed past 165 Whitney Avenue (Evans Hall) to the next traffic light. Take a left into the parking lot. Continue straight to the stop sign at the end and take a left. Proceed to the far end for parking.

For Lot 16V (pay by phone lot) – Proceed past 165 Whitney Avenue (Evans Hall) to the next traffic light. Take a left into the parking lot followed by an immediate right for parking.

Pierson-Sage Garage –Take exit 3 off I-91 (Trumbull Street). Get in the middle lane off the ramp. Go straight through the light at the end of the ramp onto Trumbull Street. At the next light, turn right onto Whitney Avenue. Take your second left onto Edwards Street. Take a left onto the driveway marked by a sign reading “350 Edwards Street.” You will enter and exit the garage on the top level.

On-Street Parking

On-street parking in the vicinity of Yale SOM is available in limited supply and with restricted hours. Some of the streets around Yale SOM do not allow parking during rush hours. All parking regulations are strictly enforced by towing. You are encouraged to bring coins and/or a credit card. On Saturdays, we recommend you park in one of the closest Yale lots, which are open to the public on weekends and after business hours during the week.

Visitor Parking Resources

Find more information on the Visiting Yale University website.