Your contact information can be updated quickly and easily online by clicking here.
You can use the Yale University Online Alumni Directory to search for classmates. If you have not done so already, you will need to register as a member.
Class notes can be sent directly to Yale Medicine.
Send an email to the Alumni Records office [email@example.com]. If possible, it is helpful to include a link to an online obituary.
Yale University offers a lifelong email address, Virtual Yale Station (VYS), to all alumni. Although it is not a full email account, VYS provides you with a permanent email forwarding address. Once you set it up, any mail sent to you at firstname.lastname@example.org will automatically be sent to any email address you specify (work, school, or personal email account).
Send an email to the Alumni Office [email@example.com], with your name at graduation, the year you graduated, and the class you’re prefer to attend reunions with.
Every spring the Medical School welcomes MD graduates back for Alumni Weekend. All alumni are welcome to attend, but there are special events for classes celebrating their 5th, 10th, 15th, 20th, 25th, 30th, 35th, 40th, 45th, 50th, 55th, and 60th reunions.
As valued members of the Yale medical community, we welcome a continued relationship with former House Staff and Fellows, and many former House Staff maintain close ties with the department where they trained. Former House Staff are encouraged to keep contact information current with the Yale School of Medicine Alumni Office and / or individual departments in order to receive publications, updates and invitations from the School and specific departments.
Former House Staff are not considered Yale University “alumni” because they did not matriculate in degree-granting programs of Yale University. For this reason, former House Staff are not eligible for the benefits offered by the Association of Yale Alumni.
To receive news from YSM, former House Staff should contact the alumni affairs office. Many YSM departments also have informal and formal alumni programming, and House Staff are encouraged to be in touch with them also.
Yes, any member of the Yale community, including alumni, may use the facilities of the YSM Library or other University libraries. Alumni and others may use the Library’s electronic resources in the Library’s on-campus locations, but due to contractual limitations, do not have remote access. One exception is JSTOR, a digital archive of more than 1,000 academic journals. Yale alumni can register for access to JSTOR by going to http://www.aya.yale.edu/content/jstor-access. Of course, alumni and others have access to the stacks and may borrow materials from the Library; in some cases small fees are charged for these services. Full details are available at http://www.library.yale.edu/circ/index.html. For more information about Library policies, collections, or other resources, please contact the Library at its on-line “help desk” at http://ask.library.yale.edu/
The Center for Continuing Medical Education at the Yale School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education. Sessions during Alumni Weekend often qualify for CME credit. Alumni are invited to participate in the programs offered by the CME program. The office also offers online programming for physicians with busy schedules.