Kroon Hall on the Yale Campus

Our Campus

From the heart of Yale University’s Science Hill to the forests of New England, this is our home.

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    The Yale School of the Environment is situated on Science Hill, part of the campus of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Our campus spans seven buildings, including our ultra-sustainable hub of activity, Kroon Hall, and the historic Marsh Hall, home to The Forest School. YSE also owns and manages thousands of acres of research and production forests in Connecticut, Vermont, and New Hampshire — living laboratories for our faculty and students.

    Additionally, YSE students have access to Yale’s wide network of facilities, including libraries, student centers, dining halls, and fitness and athletic facilities.

    A group of students processing into a stand of trees at Yale-Myers Forest
    Yale Forests


    Acres of Forests

    Sustainably managed, Yale Forests comprise 10,777 acres of forestland in Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Vermont and are an extensive resource for researchers and students as well as local landowners and communities

    Pictured: Yale-Myers Forest
    Explore the Forests
    New Haven's dense canopy of trees as seen from the East Rock summit in fall

    Land Acknowledgement

    Yale School of the Environment and Yale University acknowledge that Indigenous peoples and nations, including Mohegan,Mashantucket Pequot,2 Eastern Pequot,3 Schaghticoke,4 Golden Hill Paugussett,5 Niantic,6 and the Quinnipiac7 and other Algonquian8 speaking peoples, have stewarded through generations the lands and waterways of what is now the state of Connecticut.  We honor and respect the enduring relationship that exists between these peoples and nations and this land.

    Pronunciation guide:

    2 pee.kwot 
    3 east.ern. pee.kwot 
    4 skat.ih.kohk 


    5 gold.en. hill po.gaw.sett 
    6 ni.han.tic 
    8 al-gon-kwihn