Yale University
New Haven CT United States

Overview

Yale University is a Private Non-profit university located in New Haven, Connecticut. Because of its academic strength, alumni network and track record of success, it is often cited as one of the world's most prestigious universities. It is the main campus, with 1 branch campuses, that offers predominantly Bachelor's Degree programs. Situated in a City: Midsize area of New Haven, Graduate Degree (only) is the highest degree offered by Yale University.

Student

Students at Yale University have average family incomes of $80,258, making it one of the least socioeconomically diverse universities.

Degree Programs

Degree Programs (Historical)

Average SAT Score (Historical)

Acceptance Rate (Historical)

Demographics

  • Population 5,471
    Average Entry Age 19.5
    Female Students 0.5%
    Married Students: 0.0%

Family Income

  • Average Income $80,258
    Median Income $44,004

Acceptance Rate

  • Acceptance Rate 6.3%

Test Scores

  • SAT Score 1 502

Tuition

  • In-State Tuition $49,480
    Out-of-State Tuition $49,480