Yale Center for Teaching and Learning

Neurodiversity at Yale

Neurodiversity at Yale

Strategic thinking about how and where you can do your best work is an important component of your academic success. The Yale student body is highly neurodiverse and includes students both with and without formal documentation of learning differences. Whatever your particular learning profile, all undergraduates have access to a network of supports at Yale, from targeted academic resources at the Poorvu Center, formal accommodations through the Student Accessibility Services, and personal supports through Yale Health

The following web pages are intended to help you think broadly about your learning process and explore new approaches to support your academic work.

Neurodiversity FAQ

Neurodiversity Tutoring Resources

For more information, watch this video from our Learning Specialist, Sarah Cussler: sarah.cussler@yale.edu.