About Yale University
Yale University is a private Ivy League research university in New Haven, Connecticut. Yale is structured into fourteen constituent schools, including the original undergraduate college, graduate programs, and various professional schools, each with its curriculum. Beyond its downtown New Haven campus, Yale possesses athletic facilities, additional campuses, and nature preserves across New England. It ranks as the second-largest among educational institutions. The Yale University Library, one of the nation’s largest academic libraries, holds over 15 million volumes.