Old Campus is the historic center of Yale University and a hub for student activity on campus. With its first building established in 1718, Old Campus comprised most of the Yale grounds until the 20th century. Today, Old Campus includes a four acre courtyard surrounded by fourteen buildings, all built before 1928, including freshmen dormitories, chapels, and academic buildings. We completed an extensive survey of nine buildings, documented existing conditions, and reviewed historical documents to determine the renovation and maintenance needs and priorities of each building. The study also included a comprehensive analysis of campus accessibility and distribution of accessible student housing.
Old Campus Master Plan, Yale University
New Haven, CT