Registration is now open for Spring Break New Haven! This week-long immersion program provides a broad introduction to New Haven, its many treasures and challenges, through service and conversation with various neighbors, non-profit organizations, and religious communities, plus exposure to restaurants, public parks, the local art scene, and more. Each day we’ll visit a different neighborhood and spend some time getting to know the area, take a break, then gather back at the Chaplain’s Office in the evenings for dinner, discussion and reflection on the intersections between our own lives and those of our neighbors. The days are long, but worth it. We ask you to commit for the full week. Come explore the city you live in and consider what it means to call this place home.
Who: Open to Yale undergrad, grad & professional students. Students of any or no religious tradition are welcome to participate.
When: Monday, March 13 through Friday, March 17, 9am-9pm daily
Where: Here in New Haven! You will sleep in your regular on-campus or off-campus housing; no special housing accommodations are part of this program.
Cost: $50, scholarships available. Meals and transportation provided.
Registration Deadline: Applications will be considered on a rolling basis and space is limited. When the program fills up, we will keep a waitlist and confirm with you the week before the program.
Register Online Here!
Questions? Email Candice Provey, our Associate University Chaplain.
Spring Break in New Haven is supported by Yale University Chaplain’s Office, McDougal Graduate Student Life, the Office of New Haven & State Affairs and the Office of International Students & Scholars.