Visiting Yale

Come See Us in new haven

Visiting Yale is a great way to become better informed about SOM as you make your way through the application process.  Talking to students in person, sitting in on classes, and experiencing the beautiful Evans Hall will help you assess whether Yale is a good fit for you, and will allow you to speak more intelligently about SOM and the curriculum in your essays and interview.

We recommend that you register for a visit through the admissions department, but if no class visits are listed as available feel free to contact us and we can arrange to take you to one or more classes with us. We are also happy to meet for breakfast/lunch/happy hour, and to answer any questions you have about the MBA admissions process. Finally, we also recommend attending an admissions department information session, as your schedule allows.

It is important to note, though, that a visit is not a requirement for admission — several of us never visited Yale prior to arriving for classes this fall, and others did not visit until coming to New Haven to interview. Geography obviously plays a role — if you are deployed, stationed overseas, or on the West Coast, you will have a harder time planning a visit than an applicant from the East Coast. Applicants to Yale SOM should feel free to contact us either directly or through the club handle at

If you are here for a tour and classes, please reach out.  We would love to meet you while you're on campus!



Yale School of Management
165 Whitney Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511



Public Transit

The Metro North Railroad (MTA), originating from Grand Central Station in New York City, runs throughout the day and stops at Union Station in New Haven.



The Yale School of Management is located in the heart of New Haven, directly off of I-95, about 80 miles north of New York City and 140 miles south of Boston.