Below please find information relevant to all Yale Summer Session students. If you can't find the information you need here, please contact us.
Your instructor may use the Classes*v2 system to post course information (syllabus, Power Point presentations, readings, assignments, etc.) or to send you email notifications. You will need to register your email address in order to receive these communications. Some instructors choose not to use Classes*v2 so if you do not see the course(s) in which you are enrolled, your instructor may not be using the system.
- Log in at http://classesv2.yale.edu
- You'll notice in the top right corner of the screen "Yale login"
- Enter your Yale NET ID and password.
- Once you log in you'll be able to see your course number, name and instructor
Have a question or need help? Email us or call 203-432-9000 (or 2-9000 from any campus phone). You can also access the help site by clicking on the ? at the top right corner of each tool.
Once you log in, each of your classes should appear as a different tab across the top of the page. Right now Classes*v2 is being transitioned to a new system called Canvas, so you might see language referring to both.
There are a number of computing “clusters” in the libraries that offer Windows and Macintosh computers with a variety of software and full Internet access. Standard cluster computers require your NetID and password. Students on campus can connect to Yale’s wireless network.
Yale has the second largest university library in the United States, with over 10 million volumes housed in more than twenty libraries around campus. Sterling Memorial Library is the central library and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library has one of the world's largest and most valuable collections of rare books, letters, manuscripts, and first editions.
Full library privileges are granted to all summer students. Fees may apply for certain services.
The Yale Shuttle is a free bus that can take you all around campus. For live tracking of shuttles, as well as other route information, please visit either the desktop site, or if you are using a cell phone or tablet, visit the mobile site which provides a link to download the app.
Yale is located in the heart of a vibrant urban city, and with city living, it is important to take steps to stay safe. The Yale Police Department is a full service, professional police department with offers who patrol all campus areas with a primary concern for the personal safety of students on campus. The police officers patrol our campus by foot, bicycle and in police vehicles. The security staff provide safe escorts and service for lock-outs.
Approximately 500 exterior phones are strategically located throughout the campus and are readily identified at night by blue lights located above or near them. The phones are equipped with a red emergency button for direct connection to the University Police Station for police, fire, or medical emergencies. The black button with keypad can be used for dialing any campus number using the last 5 digits of the phone number.
Between the hours of 6 pm and 6 am, seven days a week, students can request a University Security safe ride within campus boundaries. A University shuttle or Security Vehicle will be dispatched to your location and will drop you to your final on-campus destination. Yale also has a Nighttime Shuttle Service that runs from 6 pm to 1 am, seven nights a week. This service runs on a scheduled route around the campus and does off-route drop offs.
|Yale Security (general info)||(203) 785-5555|
|Lost & found||(203) 432-4405|
|Lost ID and after-hours security||(203) 785-5555|
|Nighttime Safe Rides||(203) 432-6330|
|Walking Escorts (2-WALK)||(203) 432-9255|
Bulldog Mobile Safety App
Tip: For your safety and security while at Yale, we highly recommend downloading the Bulldog Mobile app. It includes some very useful features:
- Summon Help (Calls 911 and sends your location information)
- SafeWalk (Lets your friends temporarily follow your location to know if you've arrived at your destination safely)
- Share Information (Allows you to send anonymous tips via text to the police)
Yale Alert is the University’s emergency notification system. If there is a condition which threatens the health and safety of persons on campus, University officials will warn the campus community through text, email, and voice messages as well as Twitter and Facebook, exterior and interior speaker systems, and the flat-screen panels around campus.
Students, keep your phone number up to date on SIS (Student Information System). This is the umber that will be used as your emergency contact. This alert foes not work with international telephone numbers. You must enter your local telephone number into your SIS account in order for you to be eligible to receive an SIS alert. Please also update your local number to your Tale Summer Session application account. Program the Yale Alert number into your phone: 203-432-5830. For more information on preparedness, visit emergency.yale.edu.
The Payne Whitney Gym is one of the most complete indoor athletic facilities in the world. As a Yale Summer Session student, you have access to Payne Whitney with your Yale ID.
Located on Yale’s campus at 55 Lock St., the Yale Health Center has a 24-hour Acute Care department for minor medical issues for a fee-for-service basis. We advise you to call Acute Care prior to your visit. They can triage you over the phone and advise on wait times in the department. Please be sure to identify yourself as a Yale Summer Session student and bring your health insurance card to your visit. Present your card upon arrival to the receptionist.
The Resource Office on Disabilities coordinates services for students with disabilities. If you need accommodations, we suggest that you contact the Resource Office as soon as you are admitted.
If you lose your Yale ID card, come to Yale Summer Session at 55 Whitney Ave and you will be issued a verification card. Take that verification card over to the ID center to have your card replaced. There may be a fee associated with replacing your ID card.
Yale's Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) serves as a resource on immigration and other student concerns.
Writing Tutors are available free of charge to all international YSS students during Session B. Sign up to use this service in the dining hall.