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Yale Alumni College New Exciting Location in Princeton, NJ


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We’re pleased to announce that registration for our newest location in Princeton, NJ is now open!


We’ll hold class on Tuesdays; our first course will run beginning March 17th through April 21st.  The class will be 1½ hour long each week and will run for six sessions. There will be a reasonable amount of reading sent only to registered participants prior to the start for course. This seminar program will be capped at 25 participants and is open to Yale alumni, their families, and friends. Don’t wait to register as we anticipate it will fill up fast.


Yale Alumni College has other programs in other locations. There’s no limit to the number of courses you can take, regardless of location. In addition to Princeton, we are offering programs in New York City, New Haven, Greenwich, CT, Washington, DC and at a second new location: Rye, NY. Click here for more details.

Don’t forget that Yale Alumni College offers opportunities for engagement beyond the classroom! This past spring we took an exclusive behind the scenes tour of Grand Central Station. This semester’s outing is expected to be a special tour of Governor’s Island. Other trips have included an architectural boat tour around Manhattan and a Yale exclusive tour of the Cloisters, specially guided by two Yale Ph.D. students. All our campuses unite for these outings.

Course information as follows:

Current Constitutional Controversies in the Courts

Professor Keith Whittington, the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics at Princeton University

Location: at “The D&R Greenway,” Johnson Education Center (1 Preservation Place, off of Rosedale Road)

Tuesdays, March 17th- April 21st

6 week seminar held between 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


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  • Click Here to register for the course being offered in Princeton


Participant applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.


Contact Barbara Burt at the AYA at either barbara.burt@yale.edu or 203-432-1990 or Jessica Wright at the AYA jessica.wright@yale.edu or 203-436-9213 if you have any questions.