Yale University is a four-year, private university in New Haven, Connecticut. Yale offers its students 2,000 courses which make up over 80 majors founded in a liberal arts education. At Yale students can choose from Bachelor’s, Masters & Post-Masters Certificates, Doctorates, or Professional Practice degrees.
Yale offers the following veteran and military support programs:
Yale University is not a MyCAA approved school.
Most former-service members wishing to pursue a bachelor’s degree apply to Yale through the Eli Whitney Students Program (EWSP). This program is designed for individuals with high academic potential who have had their education interrupted, at some point during their educational careers, for five or more years. Eli Whitney students have the flexibility of taking classes on a part-time or full-time basis, and need-based financial aid is available to those who qualify.
Message from Yale University
Yale is committed to the idea of a liberal arts education through which students think and learn across disciplines, literally liberating or freeing the mind to its fullest potential. The essence of such an education is not what you study but the result â€“ gaining the ability to think critically and independently and to write, reason, and communicate clearly “ the foundation for all professions. There is no specific class you have to take at Yale, but you are required to learn broadly and deeply. Depth is covered in your major. Breadth is covered in three study areas (the humanities and arts, the sciences, and the social sciences) and three skill areas (writing, quantitative reasoning, and foreign language). A Yale education instills in students the values, goals, skills, and knowledge they need to pursue inspiring work, to take joy in lifetime learning, and to lead successful and meaningful lives.
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