YALE UNIVERSITY

United States, Connecticut

Yale University, situated in New Haven, Connecticut was founded in 1701 as the Collegiate School. Then, later it was renamed Yale College in 1718. It is not only an institution of higher learning but also, it is a community where people of diverse cultures and ethnic groups live, work, and play – connected by their similarities. It encourages the students to explore the academic landscape, venturing into unfamiliar fields of knowledge, and discovering new passions that will take them in a different direction altogether. The university has three major academic components including Yale College, The Graduate School Of Arts and Sciences, and Professional Schools. Also, it has over 100 departments and programs in a wide range of disciplines. Commuting is too easy as the state's bus system is the second-largest division in the state with 24 routes.

Campus Life

The central campus of Yale University is situated in downtown New Haven, covers 260 acres, and comprises its main, historic campus and medical campus adjacent to Yale-New Haven Hospital. Yale is organized into fourteen constituent schools: the original undergraduate college, the Yale graduate school of Arts and Sciences, and twelve professional schools. In addition to a central campus in downtown New Haven, the university owns athletics facilities in a western New Haven, Connecticut. Adding to that, the reason why Yale University fascinates the number of students all across the globe is the architectural style of constructing the buildings, museums, libraries. Many of Yale's buildings were constructed in the Collegiate Gothic ( look aged but solid enough) style. 

Noted Alumni

Yale has produced alumni distinguished in their respective fields. It includes the U.S. presidents William Howard Taft, Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton. In the field of arts, Yale alumni comprise authors like Sinclair Lewis, John Hersey, Thornton Wilder. In business, Time magazine co-founder Henry Luce, Boeing and United Airlines founder William Boeing.  

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