Eli Whitney Students Program
The Eli Whitney Students program is designed to meet the needs of students who may not be able to attend college full time by allowing nonresident students to enroll in Yale College courses for credit. The Eli Whitney Students program is for enrollment for the degree of Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) only; students in the program are therefore ineligible for the simultaneous award of the bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Like all others enrolled in Yale College, students in this program are required to comply with the academic regulations.
Though drafted for traditional-age freshmen, Eli Whitney students will still find useful information elsewhere on the New Students website, particularly via the following homepage links:
- Yale College Programs of Study
- Freshman Handbook
Since Eli Whitney students may have some of the same questions as incoming transfer students, it may also be useful to read the transfer student sections listed below. However, please bear in mind that they were written with transfer students (not Eli Whitney students) in mind, and adjust accordingly.
Introduction to Yale Academics
Planning Your Academic Program
General Academic Information
Planning Your Move
- Special Notes about Housing, Dining Services, and Accommodation for Students with Medical Conditions and Disabilities
Dean Risa Sodi, Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs and Director of Special Programs
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