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How to Do Yale: Some Advice

How to do Yale: Advice from Students, Faculty, and Staff

Four ASP Mentors smiling with their arms around each other while they  stand on the Yale Campus in winter. A group of FGLI students and Dr. Karin Gosselink smiling at the camera.

Check out these guides, made by Yale community members!

Surviving Course Selection Period:
Create a calm and reasoned plan for course selection period that lets you start your semester out right.

Starting Smart:
Learn how to focus your academic efforts from the very first class.

Academic Resources:
At Yale, faculty expect students to take advantage of resources outside of the classroom. Learn how these resources help Yale students get it all done.

Managing Your Finances:
Less stress about money means more time for your studies! Discover a balanced approach to earning and saving money as a Yale student. 

Planning for Time Zone Challenges:
Living in a different time zone can present real challenges for students starting the school year online. Organizing your schedule and thinking purposefully about how to manage time differences can be a real help.

Applying for a Mellon-Mays Bouchet Fellowship?
Watch this video featuring current graduate students about what it’s like to go to graduate school!


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