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undergraduate students

Spectrum Fellows

The Spectrum Fellows Program is a new initiative of the Yale Office of LGBTQ Resources aimed at making mentoring and programming resources available to all Yale students, including upperclassmen. Spectrum fellows provide personal, social, and academic support to Yale student through one-on-one mentoring, discussions, and special events. Spectrum Fellows receive ongoing mentorship training, logistical and planning support, and funding resources for programming of their own design.

New Haven Pride Center

The New Haven Pride Center is based in New Haven, CT serving the needs of the LGBTQI community and its allies. The Center provides education, social and support offerings. See our website for more information on meetings by the Board of Directors.

Mental Heatlh and Counseling @ Yale Health

The Mental Health & Counseling Department is committed to caring for the psychological concerns of undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students. Care is provided by mental health professionals including psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, and clinical social workers. 

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-6:00 pm (phone hours 8:30 am – 5:00 pm)

Urgent care after hours call Acute Care 203-432-0123

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