Where is Yale?
Yale University. Presumably in Yale, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
The fourth place in the ranking of the best universities in the world belongs to Yale University , which is located in New Haven in Connecticut . The private university was founded on 9 October 1701 with the name Collegiate School . It was later named Yale College in honor of Elihu Yale, governor of the East India Company, who made a large donation to the university. Yale is also part of the Ivy League , like Harvard University. The first courses took place in Clinton , Middlesex County. Then the college moved to Saybrook and Wethersfield. It was not until 1718 that the current headquarters were opened in New Haven.
New Haven is less than two hours by train or car from New York City and the New York-area airports. Both Amtrak and Metro-North trains stop in New Haven’s Union Station. It is also convenient to Bradley International Airport near Hartford, Connecticut, and to Tweed New Haven Airport.
Yale SOM is located at 165 Whitney Avenue (Evans Hall) in New Haven, Connecticut, at the northeast corner of Yale University’s campus.
To 165 Whitney Avenue (Evans Hall)
From Interstate 91 North or South, take Exit 3 (Trumbull Street). Get in the middle lane off the ramp. Go straight through the light at the end of the ramp onto Trumbull Street. At the next light, turn right onto Whitney Avenue. Travel one block to the first traffic light. Evans Hall is on your right at the intersection of Whitney Avenue and Sachem Street.