Students with Disability
The BBS Program and Yale University welcome students with disability. Please visit https://accessibility.yale.edu for a general overview of all of Yale's accessibility resources. Students may also contact the Yale Office of Student Accessibility Services to map out an accommodation plan to ensure that students can successfully navigate the campus and academic environment. Students are also welcome to involve their graduate programs and thesis advisors in developing accommodation plans.
The Yale Housing department works closely with students and SAS to help students find suitable university housing. Students should register with SAS prior to submitting a Graduate Housing application.
The Graduate Writing Lab within the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning offers an array of accommodations to assist all students with their writing needs.
Founded by BBS students, the Graduate Student Disability Alliance is a student-run organization that advocates for graduate students with disabilities and helps to foster a sense of community and belonging at Yale. BBS applicants who come to campus during the annual recruitment weekends will have a chance to meet with GSDA representatives.
All BBS students have free access to Yale Health, a comprehensive on-campus medical center that offers comprehensive medical services including a Mental Health & Counseling Department with 35 clinicians who provide counseling exclusively to students.