Yale University School of Art
1156 Chapel Street, POB 208339
New Haven, Connecticut, 06520-8339
(203) 432-2600
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STUDENT WELLNESS

http://wellness.yale.edu/

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YALE HEALTH

Student Health Portal

FAQs: http://yalehealth.yale.edu/faq/students-always-ask-us-0

Dental- Dental coverage is provided through Delta Dental, and beginning August 17th students will receive email communications with information about the plan, including coverage specifics, annual premium costs, how to enroll, and the enrollment deadline (which is September 15th).

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DRUG PREVENTION AWARENESS

Drug Prevention Program

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NONDISCRIMINATION/TITLE IX

Title IX information

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DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES

School of Art Disciplinary Procedures

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SAFETY MESSAGE FROM CHIEF HIGGINS:

How you can protect yourself and your property We’ve seen several recent incidents that occurred because people were distracted while walking, or because they left their laptops or phones unattended. A little action on your part will go a long way towards preventing crime: lock your desk, laptop, bicycle, office, or room when you leave; keep your digital devices out of plain view. Never display valuables, jewelry, or cash openly, and remember that phones can be an easy target for thieves; nationally, there is an increase of thieves grabbing phones from people’s hands as they use them while walking, and we’ve seen this happen here as well. Be aware of your surroundings at all times. Pay attention to where you travel when listening to music, texting, or talking on a phone. Avoid walking alone, look for well-lighted areas and make use of the many safety resources that Yale provides:

Dial 911 in an emergency. Call the Yale Police at 203-432-4400 whenever you see suspicious activity or need to report an incident. Become familiar with the “blue light” emergency phones along your route. You will find over 500 of them all over campus. Register for Bulldog Mobile, which enables YPD to find you through your registered cell phone if you need help. To register, go to: http://publicsafety.yale.edu/bulldog-mobile Learn more about YaleTip, an anonymous texting service for reporting crime by visiting http://publicsafety.yale.edu/yaletip Call 203-432-6330 or 203-432-WALK for free, door-to-door nighttime safe rides; they are available to any point on campus, 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Ride campus shuttles, with stops at key points on campus and with links to the train stations; they run days and evenings. (For specific times and routes, check http://to.yale.edu.)

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