Virtual Events

Connect with Yale through live online events

The Yale Admissions Office will be hosting online virtual events throughout the fall of 2020. Preregistration for all events is required. 

Please note: Yale does not track event registrations or contact with our admissions staff for the purposes of evaluating applications. 

Virtual Information Sessions

Virtual information sessions are co-hosted by a Yale admissions officer and current Yale student. These 60-minute online presentations cover academic programs, residential life, affordability, and admissions. Participants will not share their video or audio in the session but will have the option to submit questions in advance.

Visit admissions.yale.edu/tours for an up-to-date schedule and register online

Virtual Student Forums

Virtual student forums are informal, non-evaluative Q&A sessions with current Yale students and no admissions officers or parents. Participants will not share their video or audio in the session but may submit questions via typed Q&A. Current Yale students will answer live on screen.

Visit admissions.yale.edu/tours for an up-to-date schedule and register online

Virtual STEM Student Forums

Virtual STEM student forums are informal, non-evaluative Q&A sessions  with current Yale STEM majors. They are an opportunity to learn about research opportunities and the experience of being a STEM student within a liberal arts curriculum. Participants will not share their video or audio in the session but may submit questions via typed Q&A. Current Yale students will answer live on screen.

Visit admissions.yale.edu/tours for an up-to-date schedule and register online

Virtual Sessions with Quest Scholars

Virtual Sessions with Quest Scholars are prospective students interested in applying to Yale through QuestBridge. The sessions feature an overview of Yale’s undergraduate programs and a panel conversation featuring current Yale Quest Scholars. 

Virtual Events with Multiple Colleges

Yale is a member of several consortia that offer prospective students and families the option to learn about multiple colleges in one shared session. These 60-90 minutes sessions will showcase each school and cover the basics of selective college admissions and need-based financial aid.

Harvard, Princeton, UVA, Wellesley, & Yale

Events for students in the Midwest:

Event for students in Appalachia:

Discovering U: Columbia, University of Chicago, University of Texas at Austin, University of Michigan, & Yale

Caltech, MIT, Pomona, & Yale