There are fourteen residential colleges at Yale: Berkeley, Branford, Davenport, Timothy Dwight, Jonathan Edwards, Benjamin Franklin, Grace Hopper, Morse, Pauli Murray, Pierson, Saybrook, Silliman, Ezra Stiles, and Trumbull. At the head of each college is a Head of College, the chief executive officer of the college. Working with each Head of College is the Residential College Dean, who serves as the college’s chief academic adviser. The Head of College is responsible for setting the moral and intellectual tone of the college while the Dean is charged with maintaining university regulations. Both Head of College and Dean live in the college with their families.
Council of the Heads of Colleges honors outstanding juniors
Nineteen Yale College juniors received honors from the Council of the Heads of Colleges in recognition of their scholarship, their contributions to college life, and their character. Read more here.