About Yale and New Haven
About Yale University
Founded in 1701, Yale is the third oldest university in the United States. Yale comprises three major academic components: the Yale College, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and ten professional schools. Approximately 11,250 students attend Yale. The Program for Recovery and Community Health is part of the Yale School of Medicine,
For more information about Yale University, please visit: www.yale.edu.
About New Haven, CT
The home of Yale University, New Haven was the first planned city in the country. New Haven is organized around nine central squares with a common green in the middle. Greater New Haven is known for its cultural and historical attractions, lively downtown area, world-class dining, festivals, sporting events, and shopping opportunities.
For more information about New Haven, CT, please visit: www.newhavenweb.com.