Yale University is a private institution that was started in 1701. It has a undergraduate enrollment of 6,092, its environment is city, and the campus size is 373 acres. It uses a semester-based academic year. Its tuition/fees are $57,700
Yale University, situated in New Haven, Connecticut, is known for its excellent drama and music programs, which reach outside the classroom with student organizations such as the Yale Whiffenpoofs, a famous a cappella group, and the Yale Dramatic Association. The Yale Bulldogs participate in the Ivy League and are well known for their rivalry with Harvard. learners are assigned to live in one of 14 residential colleges during their time at Yale. Each college has a head and dean who live in the college and eat with learners in the dining halls. Cultural centers provide a space for learners to build a sense of cultural identity on campus.
Yale is made up of the College, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and 12 professional schools. Included in the professional schools are the top-ranked Law School and highly ranked School of Management, School of Medicine , School of Art and School of Nursing. The School of Drama, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and Divinity School also have well-regarded graduate programs. The Yale Record is the oldest college humor magazine in the nation. Dwight Hall is an independent umbrella organization that fosters student service and activism in the New Haven community and beyond. Yale is well known for its secret societies, the most famous of which are the Skull and Bones Society, which boasts members such as George W. Bush and John Kerry, and the Scroll and Key Society. Distinguished Yale alumni include award-winning actress Meryl Streep, Washington Post investigative journalist and editor Bob Woodward, and actor Edward Norton.