Accessibility and Special Requests

The YAA makes every effort to ensure that reunions accessible to all alumni and guests. Special transportation and limited ADA accommodations are available. If you have physical limitations, special medical needs, or requests concerning meals, please contact us at or 203-432-2110 so that we can help with your arrangements. Discussions must take place before the special requests deadline of Thursday, May 7 (May 21-24) or May 14 (May 28-31).

Info Accordions

There are a limited number of ADA compliant suites. Some may be located in a suite shared with other attendees, or in a college other than the one serving as your reunion headquarters. If you will need an accessible room, please do not hesitate to email or call 203-432-2110 for assistance. The deadline to make a special request for an accessible room is Thursday, May 7 (May 21-24) or May 14 (May 28-31).

Neither students nor staff may assist in this way – for liability reasons. Please email or call 203-432-2110 to discuss your needs and options for outside healthcare vendors.

Yes. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and other applicable state and federal laws, Yale allows visitors to bring service animals to campus. Service animals are allowed to go anywhere you do, whether it’s under the tent, into a classroom, or into your campus housing.

May I bring my emotional support dog to reunion?

Please email or call 203-432-2110 for information.

The interactive Yale Campus Map lets you zoom in on campus buildings and access information about their accessibility – should you wish to visit them for a class program or YAA lecture/tour.

Yes. Non-electronic access for Jewish and other religiously-observant alumni may be arranged by contacting or calling 203-432-2110 before the special request deadline on May 7 (May 21-24) or May 14 (May 28-31).

Yes. Yale Hospitality makes every effort to accommodate special requests for meals served on campus during reunions.  Please email us at and we will connect you with Yale Hospitality who will work with you directly This includes dietary needs and food allergies.

Kosher meals (Shabbat dinner, Saturday lunch) are offered at the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life and are included in your reunion fee, but you must email to sign up for them in advance. All reunion meals include vegan/vegetarian options (no special request required). Pre-packaged and reheated kosher meals can also be delivered to any meal served with your class; these can be ordered when you register in the spring. The deadline is Thursday, May 7 (May 21-24) or May 14 (May 28-31).