A Liberal Arts Education: Yale is committed to the idea of a liberal arts education through which students think and learn across disciplines. There is no specific class you have to take at Yale, but you are required to learn broadly and deeply. Depth is covered in your major. Breadth is covered in three study areas (the humanities and arts, the sciences, and the social sciences) and three skill areas (writing, quantitative reasoning, and foreign language).
For more information on application deadlines, student life, and financial aid, please consult the Yale Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
More Undergraduate Admissions Resources
How to Apply: https://admissions.yale.edu/instructions
Yale Application Deadlines: https://admissions.yale.edu/application-deadlines
Financial Aid: https://admissions.yale.edu/financial-aid
Applying to Yale Through Questbridge: https://admissions.yale.edu/questbridge
- Yale is a partner with Questbridge, a national non-profit program that links high achieving low-income students with scholarships at some of the nation’s best colleges.
Advice for First-Generation College Applicants: https://admissions.yale.edu/advice-first-generation-college-applicants
Visit & Connect with Yale: https://admissions.yale.edu/visit-campus
Majors & Academic Programs: https://admissions.yale.edu/majors-and-academic-programs