|College Match Required Application and Financial Aid Materials|
Deadline: November 1
|1.||The Common Application with Yale-specific questions, and all supporting documents||Submit the Common Application and Yale-specific questions, along with official transcripts, Secondary School Report, and two teacher recommendations.
Please reuse your QuestBridge essays and note that the Common Application has a word limit which may require editing.
Select the "Regular Decision" option on the Common Application (not "Restrictive Early Action").
Indicate at least one indicator of economic need on the Common Application to have the application fee waived.
|2.||Official Test Scores
SAT code: 3987
ACT code: 0618
Request official scores from the College Board and/or ACT. Do NOT use the rush reporting service.
Testing must be completed by October for consideration in the College Match.
All SAT or all ACT tests taken must be reported.
Yale requires either the SAT (Critical Reading, Math and Writing) or the ACT Plus Writing.
SAT Subject Tests are recommended, not required. Applicants who do not take SAT Subject Tests will not be disadvantaged in the application process. Although Yale does not participate in score choice for the SAT, we do participate in score choice for Subject Tests.
TOEFL is recommended for non-native English speakers who have not spent at least two years in an English-language secondary school.
For more information regarding standardized testing for freshman applicants, please review the following web page:
Submit electronically through the Common Application or by fax (203) 436-9775. Do not mail official transcripts.
2016-2017 CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE
If your parents are divorced or separated:
|4.||A copy of your parents’ 2014 federal income tax returns||
Mail or fax to the Student Financial Services Office (see Contact Info below).
|Single-Choice Early Action||Finalists who do not match cannot be considered for admission through Single-Choice Early Action to Yale, but instead will be automatically considered in the Regular Decision process.|
|Regular Decision||All Finalists who rank Yale for the College Match, but did not match to a binding college will automatically have their applications moved into the Regular Decision process. Please submit updated transcripts and any relevant updates.
If you no longer wish to be considered, you must contact the Admissions Office to withdraw your application (see Contact Info below).
Select Yale on the QuestBridge Regular Decision Form on your Application Management page between November 5 - December 9. Only check the box if you fully intend to submit a complete application to Yale.
Submit all additional required application and financial materials to Yale according to your status by the deadlines listed below.
= indicates a required material
|Regular Decision Required Application Materials|
Deadline: January 1
|Finalists who ranked Yale and submitted all materials (but did not match to a binding college)||Finalists who did not rank Yale||Non-Finalists|
|Common Application with Yale-specific questions, and all supporting documents|
Update including recent grades
|Official Test Scores
SAT code: 3987
ACT code: 0618
Only if new scores to report
When fall grades become available
|Application Fee||Indicate at least one indicator of economic need on the Common Application.||Indicate at least one indicator of economic need on the Common Application.||
Request fee waiver through Yale Office of Admissions.
|Regular Decision Required Financial Aid Materials|
Deadline: March 1
|2016-2017 CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE
CSS code: 3987
Available Oct. 1
|2015 Federal Tax Returns and W-2 Forms|
Available Jan. 1
Contact Information (for mailing/faxing materials and general questions):
Fax official transcripts to:
Fax: (203) 436-9775
*Do NOT mail transcripts.
Mail or fax federal income tax returns to:
Student Financial Services
PO Box 208288
New Haven, CT 06520-8288
Fax: (203) 436-9769