Privileges

  • Use classrooms and certain other University facilities or properties for programs, rehearsals, performances, and meetings, including conferences or other campus events
  • Request funding from various on campus funding agencies (including the Undergraduate Organizations Committee)
  • Request office space on campus
  • Participate in the Bazaar of Registered Undergraduate Organizations at Freshman Orientation
  • Petition the dean of Student Affairs for permission to use the Yale name
  • Purchase some goods and services from the University
  • Accept gifts from alumni and other donors for the current use of the undergraduate organization, when the solicitation for that donation was approved in the manner described in section H of the Undergraduate Regulations
  • Request the use of theater and rehearsal spaces
  • Be covered by Yale’s liability insurance and automobile insurance when traveling on official group business
  • Provide proof of insurance coverage for organizations meeting or performing beyond the Yale campus
  • Receive contract review from the Procurement office and guidance from the Risk Management office
  • Apply for a Yale website (www.yale.edu/web); official student organizations are permitted to use the YaleSites/Drupal service and can attend web design training classes through the Yale IT department. Register here classes
  • Apply for a Yale Email Address
  • Use Yale electronic tools such as Message Litemail for communication