I hope you will join me in greeting the new academic year with gratitude for the resilience of our community, with excitement about the prospect of being able to support one another and Yale’s mission in person, and with a continued commitment to safeguarding our community’s health. -President Salovey
Prepare for Your Return
The following resources have been compiled to support the return to on-campus work and ensure that the Community is prepared to follow Yale’s Health and Safety guidelines.
What to Expect on Campus
Visit the EHS website for further guidance.
Follow Yale’s Vaccination Program requirements.
Learn about building optimizations, levels of cleaning, and more.
Review the policy on university-sponsored and personal travel.
Follow protocols for events, gatherings, and meetings.
Review the Visitors Policy before inviting visitors to campus.
Follow Safe Riding Protocols on Campus Shuttles.
View information about vehicle parking.
Employee Protocols Quick Guide
|Current protocols||fully vaccinated*||unvaccinated|
|Mask Wearing Requirement||
|Daily Health Check Requirement||✓|
|Social Distancing Requirement||✓|
|Staying Home if You Feel Sick Guidance||✓||✓|
|Close Contact Quarantine||✓|
|COVID-19 Training Requirement||✓||✓|
|Business Travel Restrictions||✓|
|Domestic Travel Restrictions||✓|
|International Travel Restrictions||✓||✓|
|Events and Gatherings Limitations||✓||✓|
*Visit Yale Health’s General COVID-19 Vaccine Information page to understand what it means to be fully vaccinated.
Workplace and Leadership Resources
Quickly access university announcements, FAQs, resources for leaders, and more.
November is Veterans and Military Families month and nowhere was that more apparent than at Yale’s recent Veterans Day ceremony. Over 300 people attended the event outside in Hewitt Quadrangle and among them was Tristan Kiekel, Yale Police Officer, and her family—daughter Alanna, and husband Matthew, who served as a military police sergeant in the Connecticut Army National Guard.