Yale University’s campus in the heart of New Haven features many historical buildings and unique landscaping features. Information for navigating campus includes maps, transportation, and parking services.
The Yale Visitor Center works with individuals with accommodation needs to allow them access to all of the programs and tours scheduled through the center. If you or a member of your group believe that they will require a specific accommodation, please notify the visitor center as soon as possible. Accommodations for visitors such as assistive listening devices, interpreters, and temporary proximate parking may be arranged by contacting the office at 203-432-2302. Please make this request at least 2 weeks in advance of the date needed.
Accessible Parking and Transportation
The Yale Parking & Transit Office provides a variety of parking and transportation resources on and around campus. Students, staff and faculty who require proximate parking may obtain a medical waiver form at the Yale parking office or on the Parking Forms page. If approved, the Parking Service Office will make every effort to assign parking that meets the individual’s needs as circumstances allow. In addition, door-to-door van service is available from parking lots to buildings within the campus boundaries. This program is restricted to approved registered users and runs on a limited basis.
Animals on Campus
The University recognizes the importance of Service Animals to individuals with disabilities and has established a policy for students and employees who require the assistance of a Service Animal to perform work or tasks.
Plan an Accessible Event
Yale is committed to providing accessible events. Event planners and organizers are responsible for meeting this commitment. The event planning guide provides planners and organizers with assistance.
Guidelines for Accessible Events
Accessibility Checklist for University Events