Getting ready for Halloween

October 26, 2017

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs

Dear students,

We hope that you have some fun planned to celebrate Halloween. We also hope you that you will stay safe, think about the choices you are making, and be aware of how those choices affect other people. We invite you to participate actively in our shared effort to make Yale a community of care and mutual respect.

Here is some information that we hope will help you not only for Halloween but throughout the academic year.

The medical emergency policy, now with language that clarifies that it covers alcohol and other drugs, is available here

If you see someone who needs medical attention, call for help: 203 432-4400 is the number to use.
If you dress up for the holiday, don a costume that respects your classmates.
If you engage in sexual behavior, do so with consent and mutual respect.

If you have concerns about incidents of discrimination or harassment, please look here for information and methods for sharing concerns http://student-dhr.yale.edu/.

Please enter these numbers into your phone, and use them if you need them:

203 432-4400: Yale Police Department
203-432–2000: SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
203 432-0123: Yale Health Acute Care

And if you have not done so, please download the BulldogMobile App (LiveSafe) for safety information and sharing concerns with university offices.

With best wishes for the festivities ahead–

Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. VP for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement 
Yale University

Camille Lizarríbar
Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Student Affairs