City of New Haven
Midway between Boston and New York, the historic city of New Haven has been home to Yale University for nearly three centuries. The combination of the campus’ Gregorian architecture, and the modernity of New Haven’s downtown setting, truly make it one of the most beautiful places in Connecticut. Centrally located, Yale is surrounded by an appetizingly eclectic assortment of restaurants, sensational nightlife, sophisticated variety of local shops, as well as the stunning New Haven Green. Complimented by cultural attractions, such as the Yale Peabody Museum, the Schubert Theater, Yale Center for British Art, and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Additionally, the Yale University Art Gallery is the oldest university museum in the Western Hemisphere, which expands over 69,000 square feet and houses one of the most impressive collections in the country.
Yale Conferences & Events is a certified one-stop manager of seminars, events, academically focused summer programs, and conferences. Credited with over 30 years’ experience, YC&E is committed to providing a level of service that is consistent with Yale’s exceptional standards of quality. Every conceivable management detail; from development to financial administration, to accommodation and catering, will be organized and orchestrated by a dedicated Program Director and their team. Thus, giving you the ability and freedom to focus entirely on the content of your program, knowing that your event will be followed through with seamless execution.
Southern Connecticut has what is known as a “humid continental climate,” characterized by large seasonal temperature differences. It is hot in the summer and cold in the winter. Connecticut frequently experiences New England’s notoriously sudden and unpredictable weather changes. However, being located on the shore of the Long Island Sound, New Haven has a noticeably milder climate than its inland counterparts.
The warmest summer month is typically July, with average highs in the low to mid 80s Fahrenheit. The campus generally sees its coolest temperatures in January, with average lows around 20 to 25 degrees Fahrenheit. New Haven receives approximately 4 to 4½ inches of precipitation every month. This precipitation usually comes in the form of snow during the winter.