Whether you are coming to Yale as a single student, or as a family, a variety of housing options are available to you. It is the goal of the Graduate Housing Office to provide opportunities for graduate and professional students to develop a sense of community while residing in University Housing. You may take advantage of social functions planned specifically for the dormitory or apartment where you live, joining a residence council, child playgroups and educational forums on relevant topics for students and their families. The possibilities are as varied as those who wish to participate.
University Housing is not available for all those who may be eligible due to space constraints. Applications are accepted starting April 1st and the assignment process will begin mid to late April.
The Graduate Housing experience is unique. The benefits and rewards of living in the Yale graduate community are long lasting.
- Graduate Housing is administered out of two offices located on the ground floor of Helen Hadley Hall, 420 Temple Street.
- Office hours are Monday - Friday from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
- Call (203) 432-8270 for apartment information and (203) 432-2167 for dormitory information.
- The website at https://housing.yale.edu/ provides detailed information about the apartment and dormitory options, including locations, rates, and floor plans.
Yale’s Off-Campus Housing office maintains a searchable database of housing available for rent in the New Haven area. The website at https://your.yale.edu/work-yale/campus-services/campus-living is accessible from Yale networked computers or with a password obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many students have also found housing through online sources such as rental website listings and social media postings.